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Cranberry Sauce

A classic accompaniment with fresh turkey, we like to eat cranberry sauce with baked chicken or baked sweet potatoes. INGREDIENTS 24 ounces of cranberries

1/2 cup to 3/4 cup of water 1⁄2 cup maple syrup or 4 tbsps honey

1) Combine all the ingredients (except the maple syrup or honey) in a large pot.

2) Cook the ingredients over a low flame for 20 minutes.

3) Stir the ingredients frequently until the cranberries expand and become soft.

4) The sauce will begin to thicken once the cranberries swell.

5) Add the maple syrup or honey to the sauce

6) Stir all the ingredients together and let them cook over a low flame for 5-10 minutes.

7) Let the sauce cool, serve, and enjoy!

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