Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Cranberry & Horseradish Relish

I made this relish for Thanksgiving for my family at least 10 years ago & it was such a big hit I can't imagine not having it now. 
Cranberry & Horseradish Relish
This relish is an amazing blend of flavors, the tartness of the cranberries & yogurt, the sweetness of the sugar & the bite of the onions & horseradish. A perfect combination adding a great zing to the turkey. It's a fresh relish so there's no cooking involved, everything just goes in the food processor & it can be made a day or two ahead of time. It's especially good on turkey sandwiches the next day.

Cranberry & Horseradish Relish
from Bon Appetit Nov. 1997

12 oz fresh cranberries
1 small onion, peeled & quartered
1/2 c sugar
1/4 t salt
1/2 c plain yogurt or sour cream
3 T creamy horseradish

Put the cranberries, onion, sugar & salt in a food processor, pulse until processed until chunky. Stir in the yogurt & horseradish. Keep covered & refrigerated until ready to serve.


Beth (jamandcream) said...

What a fantastic picture. Ive bookmarked this recipe for christmas

Jersey Girl Cooks said...

This is an interesting relish. I love food with zing and I bet I would love this. happy Thanksgiving!

eatingclubvancouver_js said...

I can't imagine this relish NOT being a hit. I'm going to be all over this one. It's fantastic!

Lori said...

I bet that would be good on turkey sandwiches! Great idea. As a Polish person, horseradish is in my blood!

MrOrph said...

I love horseradish with turkey. Thanks for a great idea.

I am making this TODAY!

giz said...

Psychgrad should be here for Xmas and everyone knows she should be wearing the banner for Ms. Horseradish - I'll surprise her.

grace said...

vewy vewy intewesting. i love the look of your relish, and that's always the first step. i think a turkey sandwich would be a nice home for it. :)

Deborah said...

I have never heard of such a combination! I want to try it out now!

Anonymous said...

We make a very similar cranberry sauce, we add some orange juice and zest, but no onion or yogurt. Also, we use grated horseradish instead of creamy. I can't eat turkey without my cranberry sauce now.

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