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Caramelised Cranberry and Apple Sauce | Gordon Ramsay ctm magazine

Gordon prepares a caramelised cranberry and apple sauce, perfect with roasted meat. Subscribe for weekly videos.

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  • Pata Gonian on December 20, 2012

    I'm in love, I'm in love, I'm in love.

  • Audun Bettum on December 28, 2012

    i'm thinking of making this sauce and serve it with duck… or is that just very wrong? any thoughts anyone?

  • Joy Williams on February 7, 2013

    That sounds great. I bet it would be great with pork too.

  • Aarman Kurji on February 10, 2013

    i think his goal in life is to make people fat! lol! but that look amzing

  • SolidSnake2948 on June 12, 2013

    ALL of the stuff on this channel is amazing! gah wish I had that sort of cooking skill

  • gary primmer on November 15, 2013

    how long will it keep in a sterilised kilner jar?

  • sailorpizza on November 28, 2013

    made a n00b mistake. Do not put cold cranberries in the pan….. cold = bad ^.^
    I retried and this was soooooooooo delicious!! Thanks chef!

  • KIN on November 28, 2013

    Mine turned out really bitter, can someone help

  • Amelia Ireton on December 1, 2013

    oh wow , love this , never made this , so going to try this , thank you , we used to just buy these but now I am making my own that is for sure xx

  • Stu Bur on December 21, 2013

    Cranberries are a natural antibiotic. They can help relieve some distress from some nasty bacteria. So called stomach flu (true influenza is a virus) is actually just some unfriendly bacteria causing problems. Getting some nasty bacteria in food is very common and can sometimes happen even if proper precautions are taken. 

    A glass of cranberry juice works best for this. Follow up with some water since it is also a diuretic. A bit later eat some yogurt to add back some helpful bacteria. You can repeat the entire process a few times over the next day if you like. If symptoms are severe or persist or you have any other reason to worry seek medical help immediately.

    While this may help relieve some symptoms it is not a replacement for proper medical attention nor should this be construed as medical advice. Just sharing some information. If you need medical help seek help from a medical professional.

  • rikimustaine on December 21, 2013

    I wanna spend Christmas at your home ç___ç

  • Kalpesh Patel on December 22, 2013

    Try these with raspberries, strawberries and it still works. Wonderful.

  • runchanapong on January 9, 2014

    Every thing salt and pepper

  • bermudaguy1 on May 23, 2014

    I'd make this sauce for pork!

  • L Lo on July 12, 2014

    When I tried to make this my sugar turned to hard candy when I added my cranberries. Could someone tell me what I'm doing possibly doing wrong?

  • 17teacmrocks on September 9, 2014

    i thought he was going to blitz them at the end

  • Sajib115 on September 12, 2014

    I wanna eat at Gordon Ramsays lol!!

  • InternetFad on November 22, 2014

    I love Gordon and I love cranberry sauce but this doesn't look fantastic at all. I love my cranberry sauce. I think I'll stick with my recipe. 

  • Elise Martinez on November 25, 2014

    I make this sauce every year for Thanksgiving. My family loves it!

  • Agata Jan on November 27, 2014

    wish me luck,I am going to prepare it today for the first time:) actually making caramel for the first time in my life lol

  • Andrew Wands on December 13, 2014

    could you make this with dried cranberries?

  • Walter Sobchak on January 14, 2015

    Just tried this. It was too rich for my liking. Once I added the port I knew I'd gone overboard and the orange juice just ruined the cranberry flavour. The apple and cranberry and spices thing before that was nice though.

  • Karrie Gardner on November 26, 2015

    My husband made this for Thanksgiving today. Though we could not find the pods(a of the world's most expensive spice) it came out great. We cooked it in a iron skillet. Thanks Chef Ramsay.

  • Carlos Josue Montano on January 31, 2016

    Even though I don't like cranberries, I love the video and everything looks nice and tasty. Even the cranberries look good.

  • Graciela Collado on November 18, 2016

    What kind of apples are those? Looks like pink lady, braeburn or honeycrisp.

  • J C on November 21, 2016

    Just made it for Thursday. 😊

  • swcomer on November 23, 2016

    How did you prep the cranberries? Looks like you blanched them.

  • Starrn08 on December 21, 2016

    Can't go wrong with Gordon Ramsay! I follow your turkey preparation/seasoning and this cranberry sauce from scratch, it's always awesome goodness!

  • dilemmix on December 21, 2016

    I got very inspired by this video. I couldn't get fresh cranberries anywhere so I ended up buying frozen ones. I let them thaw out for a few hours till they reached room temperature. I used granny Smith apples as that I was what I had in the house. I also added half a stick of cinnamon to the mixture.
    It turned out really well, love it! It's cooling down as I speak and I can't stop tasting it every 15 minutes!

    Thank you, dear Gordon, for this beautiful recipe.

  • Kevin on November 24, 2017

    Made this for my Thanksgiving dinner, everybody loved it.

  • chuckles548 on December 26, 2017

    Had fresh cranberries, used Fiji apples. Was so good, but I feel like I used to much orange. Use a small Christmas orange not a regular sized orange, or even omit it as it tasted fantastic before I added it in.
    Totally making this again though. So good.

  • Heidi Jackson on November 22, 2018

    I made this this morning i didnt have the coriander or the stars but it still came out great

  • John Burns, III on December 23, 2020

    One things for certain,,,, when adding the ingredients into the caramelized sugar all must be at room temperature or it will be ruined from the start. Second round was very successful, wonderful flavor, fresh, and aromatic. Great recipe that I'll be recreating for both turkey and ham for the holidays.

  • Luis Salazar on November 22, 2021

    What's the other junk he put in there

  • Richard Garratt on December 21, 2021

    Tastes of sharpe marmalade

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