My cranberry relish mold remains a family favorite at Thanksgiving. However, it’s been years since I found cranberry flavored gelatin locally. It was just a little bit more tart than the raspberry flavor and made a world of difference in the finished relish.
Although it was a seasonal product during the seventies and may still be in some states and parts of the country, here it has completely disappeared from the supermarket shelves – even during the holiday season. Then again, I should have looked online. It is available with the click of the Buy Now button!
You could also use the leftover cranberry sauce to make a nice Jello® dessert when combined with mixed fruit.
Guess what…I have some leftover whole berry sauce and now I know exactly what I can do with it. When even the turkey leftovers become unappetizing, the remaining sauce is usually tossed. Not now!
We always enjoy spicy enchiladas made from leftover roast chicken but I was never thought of using leftover turkey to make the same type of dish!
Thanks Robert for a collection of great post-Thanksgiving recipe ideas!
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