Cranberry Chutney

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Cranberry sauce is a Thanksgiving staple, but if we are being honest, it's not our favorite side. But since you have to have some cranberry on the table, we wanted to share a recipe for a cranberry chutney that is a perfect substitute! So, grab a few things at the store and raid your spice cabinet!

1 pound fresh cranberries, rinsed

1 cup sugar

1⁄2 cup firmly packed light brown sugar

1⁄2 cup raisins

2 teaspoons ground cinnamon

1 1⁄2 teaspoons ground ginger

1⁄2 teaspoon ground cloves

1⁄4  teaspoon ground allspice

1 cup water

1 cup chopped sweet onion

1 cup chopped tart apple

1⁄2 cup chopped celery

In large, heavy saucepan, combine cranberries, sugars,  raisins, spices and water; cook over medium heat until juice is released from cranberries (about 15 minutes). Stir frequently. 

Add remaining ingredients and reduce heat to simmer. 

Cook uncovered for 15 minutes, or until mixture thickens, stirring occasionally. 

Serve chilled.

For more Thanksgiving recipes, keep reading!

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