If you, like me, love cranberry sauce, but not the super sweet gross kind, you will love this. Last year I mixed some horseradish with some leftover sauce and spread it on a turkey sammich and it was so divine that this year I decided I wanted to make a spicy cranberry salsa. You might also remember the time I made cranberry basil vodka.
Makes - About 3 cups
Difficulty Rating - Easy like Sunday Morning
What you need –
12 oz fresh cranberries
1 bunch scallions, chopped into 1 1/2″ chunks
2 fat garlic cloves
2 TB horseradish
1 TB olive oil
1 jalapeno pepper
Juice of 1/2 lime
1 handful of lime basil (if you substitute another herb add another 1/2 lime juice)
1 bag sweet potato chips (I recommend Zapp’s, or you can go all out and make your own. )
Then comes the hard part. Chuck everything in to your food processor except the oil and turn it on. Or in my case, shove a chopstick inside the hole to turn it on since its basically broken.
As it is blending shit up, pour your oil in, when it hits desired chopped-up-edness, stop. The End.
Enjoy with cheeeeps. And share with friends or family. I made three batches to take to three different potlucks. Easy peasy.
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