Fall is here and so are the first apples and cranberries. Last week I bought some heirloom apples. They had a lovely taste and snow white interior but the texture reminded me of Delicious apples in March. So I ignored them and ate with glee and delight the Honey Crisps. Slowly the heirlooms made their way to the front of the fridge reminding me that something had to be done with them. A cruise of the fresh produce aisle solved my apple dilemma. Grabbing a bag of fresh cranberries I was ready to cook!
This is a loose recipe based on what you want to get rid of and how much is on hand. —artoeat
What You'll Need
apples, quartered, peeled, seeded
bag of fresh cranberries rinsed and picked through
Japanese pickled ginger, thinly sliced or ginger preserves chopped
squeeze 1/2 lemon
Sugar to taste
Put all of the ingredients minus the sugar in a thick bottomed pot.
Cook at medium heat until the apples are mushy and the cranberries have popped.