Homemade Ginger Cranberry Sauce

 

No holiday meal is complete without cranberry sauce. With freshcranberries and a simple recipe, this homemade cranberry sauce is a breeze—and a guaranteed crowd pleaser.

For your recipe we’ve included Jansal Valley® Tangerine Honey, Orange Juice & Sliced Crystalized Candied Ginger. The key to creating an unforgettable homemade sauce is the fresh cranberries, because when they pop during cooking, they create an unparalleled consistency and sweet-tart in an all-natural way.

 

Homemade Ginger Cranberry Sauce

 

Ingredients


1 qt Fresh Cranberries / rinsed

8oz Jansal Valley® Tangerine Honey

2 C Orange Juice

½ C Water

½ C Jansal Valley® Sliced Crystallized Ginger / minced

Pinch Kosher Salt

 
 

Method


Combine fresh cranberries, tangerine honey, orange juice, water, and crystallized ginger in a sauce pot. Bring the mixture to a boil, stirring occasionally. Boil for about 5 minutes, or until some of the cranberries start to burst. Reduce to a simmer, and then allow the sauce to simmer and thicken for 15-20 minutes.  Transfer the fresh cranberry sauce to a heat-safe bowl, cover, and allow to cool to room temperature before refrigerating.

 

Nasturtium Blossoms

 

Ben, manager of the Wainer Family Farm, has been overseeing production at the fields and greenhouses since the 2015 growing season. His passion is in the process, watching seedlings germinate and grow in the greenhouse, then planting them into a well cultivated, well taken care of field. Today, he's talking about Nasturium Blossons.  Enjoy a seasonal cocktail recipe below. 

 
Sid Wainer Nasturtium Blossom Margarita

Nasturtium Margarita

 

Ingredients


1 Nasturtium leaf / torn

1 T Granulated Sugar

2 oz Tequila

1 oz Lime Juice

½ oz Grenadine

Nasturtium Blossom / as garnish 

 

Method


In a shaker, muddle torn nasturtium leaf with sugar until bruised. Add tequila, lime juice, grenadine, and enough ice to fill the shaker. Shake vigorously, then strain into a serving glass or pour over ice. Garnish with a nasturtium flower.

 
Sid Wainer Nasturium Blossoms

Orange Mint

 

Ben, manager of the Wainer Family Farm, has been overseeing production at the fields and greenhouses since the 2015 growing season. His passion is in the process, watching seedlings germinate and grow in the greenhouse, then planting them into a well cultivated, well taken care of field. Today, he's talking about Orange Mint. Enjoy a seasonal cocktail recipes using Orange Mint below.  

 
Sid Wainer Orange Mint Julep

Orange Mint Julep

 

Ingredients


2 oz Bourbon

5-10 Orange Mint Leaves

½ T Granulated Sugar

Seltzer / as needed

Crushed Ice / as garnish

 

Method


In a highball glass, muddle orange mint leaves with sugar. Add bourbon, then fill the glass ¾ of the way with crushed ice. Top off the glass with seltzer and stir before serving. Garnish with a fresh sprig of orange mint.

 
Sid Wainer orange Mint
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