This Cranberry Citrus Chutney post is sponsored by Dixie Crystals. Opinions are my own. This quick and easy Cranberry Citrus Chutney is a versatile recipe. Serve it as a side dish on Thanksgiving, then use it as a topping for your leftover turkey sandwiches.
Chutney is such an odd word to me. Google shares that it’s a thick sauce that is made from fruits, vinegar, sugar, and spices. Or if you’re a Legally Blonde buff then it’s a character from the movie (Chutney Windham). I’m going to go the sauce route. Despite it’s odd name it’s quite the delicious condiment that is perfect for the holidays. It’s sweet and tart and pairs beautifully with your POULTRY of choice. Or a spoon or slathered a toasty baguette.
Whatever route you decide to use it you’ll be happy you did. Oh and did I mention it takes about 10 minutes tops to make? So there’s really no reason to even think about opening a can this year is there?
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Cranberry Citrus Chutney
Cranberry Citrus Chutney
- fresh cranberries
- Dixie Crystals granulated sugar
- red wine
- orange zest
- vanilla bean
- kosher salt
- black pepper
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Love this! Just gimme the spoon and the jar… I’ll take good care of it! 😉
Sue/the view from great island says
This is stunning. I think cranberries are so under used. I just made an incredibly tart cranberry butter that I’m loving on toast.
I’d love yours with a good blue cheese!
Amy S says
Sounds great. Just wondering can you make in advance and refrigerate?
Hi Amy, Absolutely.
Rachel Cooks says
Love these dark and moody photos — such a different style than your usual (which is also amazing, of course). Bet this would be great on a sandwich with leftover turkey!
Thanks for noticing Rachel 😉 It’s a style that I’m always personally drawn to.
This looks so delicious! I can’t wait to try this recipe!
I need this slathered all over my turkey on Thursday.