This tangerine cranberry sauce recipe was sponsored by Noble Juice. All opinions are my own.
With just three ingredients (whole cranberries, tangerine juice, and sugar), this tangerine cranberry sauce is perfect for Thanksgiving!
Tangerine Cranberry Sauce
Thanksgiving is coming!
I look forward to the food, but I especially love it when some else cooks the turkey. We’ve done Thanksgiving a few different ways over the years. We’ve had semi-coordinated potluck (attendees agree to bring a particular dish), full-on hosting duties (the host makes everything), and my personal favorite—going out to a restaurant.
Don’t get me wrong. I love all the home-cooked food, but every year or two it’s nice to take a break from washing dishes. It looks like this year will be a hybrid of several Thanksgiving types. We’re going out to eat, but we’re also going to be visiting relatives throughout Thanksgiving week, which means more than one Thanksgiving meal.
I’d like to be able to bring something to put on the Thanksgiving table when I go visiting, so I came up with this idea for Tangerine Cranberry Sauce. (I’ll probably bring my favorite squash casserole and maybe some cornbread, too.)
I absolutely love citrus flavored cranberry sauce, and this gives the traditional orange cranberry sauce an exciting new twist.
As a Florida resident, I’m proud to share my home state with my favorite juice brand, Noble Juice. They’ve been in the citrus business since 1927, and I’ve been working with them to create tasty recipes using their high quality juices.
For this Tangerine Cranberry Sauce recipe, I’ll be using Noble Juice 100% Florida Tangerine Juice. With fresh squeezed flavor just like a real tangerine, you’ll enjoy this not-from-concentrate juice for drinking and for using in your favorite recipes (like this one). Use this store locator to find all the refreshing varieties of Noble Juice.
I’ve used at least a half dozen varieties in my recipes. You can see all of my Noble Juice recipes at the bottom of this article. I like to stock up on my favorites for sipping at breakfast and as an afternoon pick-me-up!
Tips for Making Tangerine Cranberry Sauce
- Whole cranberries can be found in the frozen foods section of your grocery store, usually with the frozen fruit.
- Tangerine juice can be found in the refrigerated juice section. Look for Noble Juice 100% Florida Tangerine Juice!
- To garnish this cranberry sauce, add a bit of grated tangerine peel to the top of the finished sauce when it’s ready to serve.
- If you have looked and can’t find tangerine juice, you can substitute orange juice.
Tangerine Cranberry Sauce
- 16 ounces whole cranberries frozen or fresh
- 1/2 cup granulated sugar
- 1 tablespoon granulated sugar
- 1/2 cup Noble Juice 100% Florida Tangerine Juice
Combine all ingredients in a medium saucepan and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer approximately 20 minutes, or until the cranberries have burst and the sauce has thickened.
Remove from heat and cool to room temperature. Serve, or cover and refrigerate.
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