We’re going to show you how you can achieve great taste with fall’s favorite tart fruit: cranberries. This content was created in partnership with Food52.
Cranberries are often at their best when paired with orange or ginger; in this recipe, they get to play with both. And this sauce will quickly become a staple at your Thanksgiving table and beyond — it’s delicious on everything from roast chicken to pancakes.
To start, put the orange juice and zest into a saucepan and place it over medium heat. Throw in some spicy sliced ginger, bring everything to a simmer, and then turn off the heat. Let the mixture steep, covered, for at least 10 minutes. Let the flavors meet.
Live.Love.Lux Tip: Never worry about burning your sauce when cooking with an Electrolux induction range — simmer cranberries at a low, consistent heat with the precise temperature control of induction.
Use the strained, newly-infused juice to simmer the cranberries and sugar. Once the cranberries have started to burst and the sauce begins to thicken, you’re ready. Carry it to the table, and let it work its magic.