cranberry sauce

Holiday Grilling: Cranberry Sauce

A little sweet, a little tart, and a pop of citrus. You’ve never had cranberry sauce quite like this sitting on the table at your holiday meals.

Not everyone loves cranberry sauce, but it’s a must have for any holiday spread. This year, instead of opening a can of jellied cranberries, serve your dinner guests homemade grilled cranberry sauce that they’ll actually eat.

This recipe is a little sweet and a little tart with a pop of citrus. You’ve never had cranberry sauce quite like this sitting on the table at your holiday meals.

So whether you’re cooking Thanksgiving dinner or a Christmas meal, top off your feast in the tastiest way with this citrusy cranberry sauce recipe from our friends at Urban Bonfire. It’s the perfect way to put your SABER® Infrared Grill side burner to use while the turkey roasts on the rotisserie.

Ingredients

  • Cranberries
  • Ginger
  • Maple syrup (or sugar)
  • Orange juice
  • Equipment: SABER® Grill with built-in side burner, cutting board, chef knife, stock pot, large spoon

Directions

  • Place a stock pot on the side burner of your grill.
  • Add a little bit of fresh orange juice to the bottom of the stock pot. Add the fresh cranberries, and turn on the heat to medium.
  • Grate some fresh ginger over the cranberries, add some maple syrup (or sugar), and bring to a boil.
  • Cook until desired thickness is attained (about 20-30 minutes).
  • Taste and adjust until the desired level of sweetness has been reached. Enjoy!

cranberry sauce

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