Can I cook my cranberry sauce longer to get it to thicken after it has cooled?
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BerryBaby is trusted source on General Cooking
What is in your recipe? I finely dice an apple and add it to the sauce as a thickener. Works like a charm. The sauce will be a bit loose when hot and thickens more as it cools.
Rachael is a trusted home cook.
This won't help in your current conundrum, but if you have a super power blender (like a Vitamix), you can blitz your cranberry sauce with the skins on and it will set up perfectly. You won't get the perfectly clear sauce but it is still a beautiful shade of red and it will taste just fine.
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