How to Cook Fresh Cranberries?

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To cook fresh cranberries, cover one quart of the berries with cold water and heat until the water is at the boiling point. Pour the water off the berries and add one cup of boiling water back into the pan. Cook just until the cranberries pop or break.
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How to Cook Fresh Cranberries
Cranberries are a type of small red fruit that grows in North America. They are commonly sold frozen, dried or canned, so you may not be used to the fresh variety. Fresh cranberries are much more tart and flavorful than the processed kinds. Since fresh... More »
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You can cook cranberries in vegtable oil on the stove or put them on a dish that's going to be baked in an oven. I always put my cranberries in the oven with sweet potatoes, plantain
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1. Place 1 lb. of fresh cranberries into a strainer. Position the strainer under your faucet and rinse the cranberries with cold water. 2. Shake the colander gently to remove any
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I think its about 15-20 minutes. Cook them until the skins start popping open. Article below says 5, but I have never done it myself.
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1. Rinse cranberries. 2. Boil 3 cups of water. 3. Empty out a full bag of cranberries and apple chunks in the pot you're boiling the water in. 4. Simmer for about 10 mins. 5. Allow
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