- 1 medium navel orange
- 1 package (12 ounces) fresh or frozen cranberries, thawed
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 cup chopped walnuts, toasted
- Cut unpeeled orange into wedges, removing any seeds, and place in a food processor. Add cranberries and sugar; pulse until chopped. Add walnuts; pulse just until combined. Yield: 3 cups.
Reviews forGrandma's Cranberry Stuff
"I think my family would have liked this better without the walnuts."
"Can't get easier and sure beats the canned stuff."
"This is a wonderful recipe. I too, like my Mom did, add an apple along with the orange. Can add nuts or not."
"I use one orange seeded, one apple seeded, neither peeled and a package of washed and sorted cranberries. I run these through a grinder and add 1/2 to 3/4 c. of sugar. My Mother made it this way and this is how I've always prepared it for family dinners at Thanksgiving and Christmas. It's better when you make it a full day in advance of when you plan to serve it. Good with turkey or ham."
"I have made this recipe for many, many years. My family LOVES it. It also is great to serve with pork.."
"I prepared this recipe for the first time 10/25/14. The only difference is that I purposely used 1/4 cup chopped pecans (OR walnuts). I've learned that not everyone is keen on nuts, plus sometimes there are allergies to nuts. I then prepared 2 packages of raspberry gelatin(3-oz.) and 2 packages of cherry gelatin (3-oz.) EACH, using 1-1/2 cups EACH boiling water to dissolve the gelatin. I prepared them each separately, adding 1-1/4 cup undrained crushed pineapple in its own juice to the 2 different flavors and 1-1/2 cup EACH of the "Cranberry Stuff" to the gelatin mixture(s) which I poured into two separate jello molds, oiled. I thought that this would be a creative way to use this recipe as I was asked to prepare cranberry jello salad for a luncheon at our chapel! Thank you for this recipe, Catherine Cassidy! delowenstein"
"The difference between this and my Mother-in Law's Cranberry Relish is the addition of the walnuts and she ran the cranberry's through a grinder. The nuts make a welcome addition."