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Old 09-14-2019, 08:45 AM   #1
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ISO a cherry balsamic sauce

Someone mentioned a cherry balsamic sauce awhile ago. I can't be sure but it may have been GotGarlic. I have tried a search with no results. I am planning to roast a turkey breast (need to get it out of my freezer) and it sounded good. I love cheery.

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Old 09-14-2019, 10:13 AM   #2
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Good morning, msmofet! I'm happy to help. I've been making this sauce at Thanksgiving for several years now, since we're not big fans of cranberries. I've made it with frozen cherries and it's just as good. Hope you enjoy it.

https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/f...ry-sauce-2238/
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Old 09-14-2019, 02:53 PM   #3
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Good morning, msmofet! I'm happy to help. I've been making this sauce at Thanksgiving for several years now, since we're not big fans of cranberries. I've made it with frozen cherries and it's just as good. Hope you enjoy it.

https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/f...ry-sauce-2238/
Thank you GG! Going to go look at the link now.
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Good morning, msmofet! I'm happy to help. I've been making this sauce at Thanksgiving for several years now, since we're not big fans of cranberries. I've made it with frozen cherries and it's just as good. Hope you enjoy it.

https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/f...ry-sauce-2238/
Sounds good. Can I make this sauce alone? Or does it need the turkey drippings?
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It should be fine either way. If you have some drippings from your roasted breast, you can stir them in.
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It should be fine either way. If you have some drippings from your roasted breast, you can stir them in.
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What I did for the cherry reduction I made for the venison roast the other night was:

I rehydrated the dried bing cherries I had, strained the liquor. Put that and some cherry concentrate (from Old Vermont Country Store--we had bought that for my Mom's gout), added some cherry balsamic vinegar, some brown sugar, a 1/2 cinnamon stick, simmer on low until it was reduced by about 2/3. I didn't add any cherry jam. No, I don't have measurements. One could use honey or maple syrup. Too sweet, add some lemon juice or more vinegar. Taste, taste, taste. I would do this with blueberries as well or any other berry.
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