I’ve always wondered why Cumberland sauce wasn’t more
popular around the holidays. It’s such a delicious and versatile condiment, and
just as easy and fast to make as any cranberry sauce out there. Maybe it’s the name?
would be spooning over a Quail en Croute than it does Uncle Charlie over a
slice of ham. However, despite this sassy sauce’s upper-crusty sounding name,
it’s actually quite rustic.
the traditional red, and also includes some very browned-blackened onions, but
like all similar recipes, this begs for even further adaptation depending on
the meat. Maybe a little mint for lamb, or a touch of cardamom for that smoked
to decide whether to serve hot or not. I definitely prefer the thick, shiny
cooled-down version as shown, but happily, there’s no wrong choice. I hope you
give this extra special holiday sauce a try soon. Enjoy!
1 tsp vegetable oil
1/2 cup minced onions
1 cup black or red currant jelly
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