In a Cranberry Jam

Total Time:
35 min
30 min
5 min

1 cup


Combine all the ingredients into a small, non-reactive saucepan.

Bring to a simmer and reduce by two-thirds or until the mixture has thickened to the consistency of a loose jam. Remember to keep the heat low to prevent the jam from burning.

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    The best, make it a couple of times a year and even canned it one year when I got a deal on the berrys.
    For the last five years, I've made this recipe in the days following Thanksgiving. It is the only "jam" I've ever made. The results are fantastic. Great on Turkey sandwiches!
    I have been making this jam for three years. My friends always askme if I am making it again. It is simple and delicious, very.
    i actually made other recipe but its a video so i cant comment there! anyways u r the best alton, all the recipes i tried from are so GOOD its amazind and the cranberry molde was just perfect and so easy to make (thats the best part) thank u
    I made this as a filling for pumpkin cheesecake and I used ginger beer instead of ginger ale. It was awesome. I had to force myself to stop licking the spoon after stirring.
    I made this the day before Thanksgiving. My sister and I fell in love with this sauce/jam! I strained it twice so it was more of a cranberry jelly. It is delicious the day of the big meal, but makes a great alternative to use with a turkey sandwich. Will be making this as another jam/sauce to add to my gift baskets, and it was so easy to make. Thank you, Alton Brown for another great recipe!
    My husband has been making this jam for three years! It is gorgeous,tasty,and full of wonderful flavor which yellowjackets love. When he makes,a lot of bee comes to our window,so be careful!
    I made this and gave it in gift baskets last Christmas. It got rave reviews from my friends.
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