Boston Chicken Cranberry Sauce

Boston Chicken Cranberry Sauce - Add the sliced cranberries...

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Sheet1 Page 1 Boston Chicken Cranberry Sauce Categories: Copycat, Sauces, Fruits Yield: 3 cups -patdwigans fwds07a 1 lb Can jellied cranberry sauce 10 oz Jar Smucker's Simply Fruit -Orange Marmalade 1/4 ts Ground ginger 2 c Fresh cranberries each -sliced 2 or 3 pcs horizont. 1/3 c Walnuts chop fine in 2-quart saucepan, over medium-to-low heat, use rubber bowl scraper to stir together jellied sauce, marmalade and ginger until melted, about 6-8 minutes.
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Unformatted text preview: Add the sliced cranberries, keeping sauce on low. Stir often. Continue cooking and stirring often until cranberries are no longer white and taste tender to the bite (not soft, but not too crisp). Stir in walnuts. When cooled to lukewarm, refrigerate, covered and use with a week to 10 days. Should freeze well to be used within 4 months....
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