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Cranberry Mustard

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Posted to Thread #18294 at 4:46 am on Jun 1, 2010

Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2001 16:47:21 GMT
From: Carianna in WA (@207.149.220.146 [])

ISO: Dawn/Sandiego REC: Cranberry Mustard for you :-)
(I was afraid we'd get archived above)
This is great on turkey sandwiches - but I
like it on ham too. It's a pretty pink color.

3/4 c. yellow mustard seeds
1 1/2 c. cider vinegar
1 1/4 c. dried cranberries
3 T. honey
1 t. salt

Combine mustard seeds, vinegar and
cranberries in a non-reactive bowl and soak
for 48 hours, adding additional vinegar if
necessary to keep seeds covered with liquid.

Scrape mixture into a food processor and
process until mixture turns creamy flecked
with seeds and bits of cranberry. Add honey
and salt. This process can take anywhere
from 3-4 minutes. Add additional vinegar if
desired to make it creamy. It will thicken
slightly upon standing.

Keeps indefinitely, refrigerated.

I originally got this recipe from a mustard
page somewhere on the internet, but I'm
sorry to say I no longer remember where.
I've used it for a couple of years now, and
it's one of my favorite mustards.



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1. Carianna, this sounds fantastic. i think a batch is in the works for
tomorrow, thanks a bunch! nt (lisa)
2. Thanks Carianna! My mother-in-law will adore this. NT (Dawn/SanDiego)
3. quick question, do you use sweetened cranberries or plain? nt (lisa)
1. Lisa, I always use Craisins (cause I can get them at Costco) but I'm sure
either would work >> (Carianna in WA)
1. thanks, i can't wait to try this! nt (lisa)
4. Thanks Carianna. I work for a cranberry grower so new cranberry recipes are
appreciated! (nt) (AGM/Cape Cod)
5. Carianna, this recipe came from..... (Judy in Mass)
1. Thanks for the source Judy - I do remember that when I originally printed
it out >> (Carianna in WA)
6. Made this last year for Christmas gifts . . . it was great . . . (NT)
(magnolia in chicago)


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