Quick Apricot Cranberry Sauce | Vegan

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More Thanksgiving dishes on the way. This time, it’s a classic: cranberry sauce. No perfectly round can-shaped slices of jellied cranberry-tasting sauce for us. We start with whole cranberries and dried apricots, add a bit of spices and lemon and that’s it. Faster than opening a can and pushing it out on a plate.

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Apricot Cranberry Sauce
12 ounces fresh or frozen cranberries
½ cup dried apricots
1 cup white sugar
1 cup water
zest and juice of 1 lemon (¼ cup)
¼ teaspoon ground cardamom
pinch kosher salt

In a medium saucepan over medium-high heat, combine all the ingredients except the cranberries. Bring contents to a low boil and add in the cranberries. Stir to combine. Bring everything back to a gentle simmer cooking for at least 10 minutes or until all the cranberries have popped and the sauce has thickened. Cool to room temperature then refrigerate for at least 2 hours or overnight. Bring back to room temperature to serve or gently heat over low flame.


Meadow Brown Bakery says:

That looks so delicious, thank you for sharing

lowalker01 says:

This looks delicious! I would be the only one eating it though. My family likes the canned, jellied cranberry sauce. I wish I knew how to make the jellied kind. It probably would taste better than canned. TFS Have a good day.

Rivet Gardener says:

Nice! Lovely version of cranberry sauce.

Bella Sky says:

Wow Looks delicious Laurice thanks for sharing hun 💜😊

Cookingwith Rick says:

Looks delicious Laurice.

Julia says:

очень вкусно! очень вкусный рецепт!

joed596 says:

Hey, "Colonel Carnage" 🙂 VERY tasty-looking Thanksgiving sauce recipe! I can see how it would run rings around the "standard" canned cranberry sauce I've eaten all my life! <lol> 😉 Great video, great graphics, and great editing as usual . . . very professionally done, and always a pleasure to watch. My compliments to you and "Major Mayhem", thumbs way up, and wishing you and your entire family a very Happy Thanksgiving, Norfolk Joe xox

xingcat says:

That looks absolutely delicious! Of course, I love can-shaped cranberry sauce as well, but I never thought about adding apricots. Happy Thanksgiving!

Robert Evans says:

A bagel and some cream cheese with that on top….Oh My….Or turkey leftovers with some stuffing in a egg roll..with that for the dipping sauce…..yea now we are cooking with gas….lol

Air Fryer Recipes with Booger500us says:

Love it! what a great recipe Laurice

Darn Good Advice says:

Nice work show off, I thought Cranberry's just came out of a can shaped like a can….  I just learn something new from Laurice.Thanks for another great video…..

lemoncrinckles says:

That's beautiful, Laurice! I love cranberries. Wondering if you could can this, following the instructions for a thick mixture like a chutney or conserve? I would eat this with roast pork, or chops, or chicken or ham or turkey…or just give me a bowlful and a spoon! LOL…(:

Juanelo1946 says:

Laurice, you make dazzling cranberry sauce look easy enough for even me to make! My mouth is watering to another of your amazing dishes! How I appreciate your setting out the recipe, including full directions! Thank you so much!! Did Gilly have a hand in this? The photo was colorful and so brilliant! Great job my friend!

Cooking with Cricket (cricket516) says:

That looked very good. Mom always makes ours too. Ricky and Alex eat that can blob that looks so gross.

No Hippie BBQ & Cooking says:

very nice cranberry recipe. can't wait to see the roasted beets

Heavy Metal Bar-B-Que says:

No can for us either!……….we will have to try the adding of apricots and cardamom. Always great ideas from you! You Rock!!!

Byron Chandler says:

Hi, Laurice. That cranberry sauce looks beautiful, like you. What's the best way to cook a succulent turkey? Have a good day, Laurice. 💖💖💖

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