Cranberry sauce

Cranberries are small, evergreen shrubs that bear red fruit with a tart taste. They contain many valuable nutrients, such as vitamins - A, B1, B2, C, and PP, or minerals - iodine, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, calcium and iron. In addition, cranberries are an excellent source of pectins, fiber and carbohydrates. They are an effective help in the body's fight against infections and flu.

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  • 1 cup of sugar,
  • 1 glass of water
  • 4 cups of fresh or frozen cranberries,
  • Orange peel,
  • raisins,
  • nutmeg,
  • mustard.


Cranberry sauce

Cranberries are tiny, evergreen shrubs with tiny, red and tart-tasting fruits. Fruit...

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Wash the cranberries. Pour the water into the pot and bring it to a boil. Add sugar. Stir to dissolve in water. Add cranberries. Bring to the boil again. When it's boiling, turn on the fire. Stew for 10 minutes. At this point, add a scoop, raisins, orange zest and a tablespoon of mustard to the cranberries. Stir and take everything off the heat. Leave to cool down. Then put it in the refrigerator. As the cranberry sauce gets cold, it will certainly get thicker.

Nutritional value of 1 serving (100 g):Calories101.85 kcalProteins0.4 gCarbohydrates26.24 gFats0.21 gFiber2.86 g


Scientific research has confirmed that cranberries are one of the richest sources of antioxidants in preventing cancer. So: tasty and healthy!

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