A great Cranberry Sauce with Whiskey with just a hint of orange that can be made with or without the alcohol.
It’s not the Holidays without some cranberry sauce. I usually make my cranberry sauce with Grand Marnier, but this time I was asked to make a cranberry sauce without alcohol. Ok, so how does that work when this recipe specifically says Cranberry Sauce with Whiskey?
This Cranberry Sauce with Whiskey recipe only calls for 1/4 Cup of Whiskey and since there is no acceptable substitute for this small amount of Whiskey, you can simply omit it without affecting the overall flavor of this cranberry sauce.
Obviously, it tastes just that much better with a little whiskey, but this recipe is versatile enough that you can simply leave it out if needed.
Needless to say, this was a hit with our Holiday Turkey! Everyone loved the tartness from the cranberries but also the hint of orange flavor. Definitely going to make this one over and over and over.
How to Make Cranberry Sauce with Whiskey.
1- Add all ingredients except Whiskey to a saucepan and let cook for about 10 minutes until berries make a popping sound.
2- Turn heat to low and add Whiskey. Stir and let cook for another minute. Remove cinnamon stick.
3- Remove from heat and move to a bowl. The cranberry sauce will thicken up as it sits.
Cranberry Sauce with Whiskey
- 12 oz Fresh Cranberries
- 1 Cinnamon Stick
- 1 Vanilla Bean
- 1 Cup Light Brown Sugar
- 1 Chopped Orange
- Orange Zest
- 3/4 Cup Orange Juice
- 1/4 Cup Whiskey
how to make this recipe
- Add all ingredients except Whiskey to a saucepan and let cook for about 10 minutes until berries make a popping sound.
- Turn heat to low and add Whiskey. Stir and let cook for another minute. Remove cinnamon stick.
- Remove from heat and move to a bowl. The cranberry sauce will thicken up as it sits.
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