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Cranberry Horseradish Sauce (otherwise known as my Cranberry Horsey Sauce ;))

Otherwise known as my Cranberry Horsey Sauce, it is beyond delish and a thanksgiving meal traditional in my house.
I hope you’ll give it a try…

This is a savory cranberry sauce that is delicious as an add in to your holiday spread.

It is great with turkey and everything else you would normally put cranberry sauce on.


  • 1 bag cranberries
  • 1 cup water
  • 1/2 cup light brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup sugar sugar
  • 2 Tablespoons prepared horseradish

Add extra horseradish to your liking. This year I added a 1/2 tablespoon of this on top of the 2 T. of regular horseradish.


  1. Cook the cranberries in a cup of water until the cranberries burst and become soft. (it takes about 10/15 minutes on a med. simmer)
  2. Add in the sugar and continue to cook and mix until the mixture is well blended
  3. Add in the horseradish, blend all well.
  4. Remove from heat and chill before serving


And a Happy Turkey day to you and yours!

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Hi, thanks for stopping bye. I have so many passions, not quite sure (ever,) where to start. I hope you find posts here on my blog that are interesting to you. I have a culinary background, having spent time studying in Hollywood Ca. and in the South of France. I am also a passionate amateur photographer. Lately I've been trying my hand at the written word as well. Enjoy.


  1. Hi Gina, happy Holidays to You and Your family! 🙂
    This specialty of yours looks really fantastic. It must be great with poultry, but I wonder if it ‘s possible to substitute the horseradish with something less hot without completely changing the flavour?

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    • Hi Leah, happy holidays to you too! You know Leah, you may want to start with just 1 tablespoon of regular horseradish this would definitely make it less horseradish ‘hot’ while still keeping it a tad savory. Also what comes to mind is dry or prepared mustard, that might work to create the savoriness that is unique in this cranberry space while cutting back that horseradish hot factor. Please let me know if you experiment with my recipe, I’d love to know what you do here, to modify this recipe, and adapt it to your own taste palette.

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