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For me, a good dressing or sauce is the be-all and end-all when it comes to whether I really enjoy a salad, a starter or another dish or just think it’s okay. Because a good dressing emphasizes the aroma of the dish instead of covering it up. It’s like a perfume – it should flatter the wearer;) That’s why I love this cranberry dressing so much – it’s versatile and ready within 5 minutes.
Cranberry-Dressing: Fruity, sour and subtle bitter notes
This cranberry dressing combines sour, fruity aromas with a subtle bitter note of cranberries. It goes well with earthy vegetables, for example beetroot, with tart salads such as rocket, endive or kale, but also with meat dishes such as poultry, game or beef.
Ingredients (makes 1 serving):
- 2 teaspoons of cranberry jam, homemade (alternatively, cranberries from the jar)
- 1/2 onion, diced
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 1 tbsp vinegar, e.g. raspberry vinegar
- Salt and pepper, freshly ground
- 1 teaspoon honey
- Mix the cranberry jam (or my sugar-free alternative), onions, honey, vinegar, oil, and salt and pepper together.
- The dressing will keep for several days in the refrigerator in a well-sealed glass.
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- 2 TL Cranberrymarmelade selbstgemacht (Alternativ Preiselbeeren aus dem Glas)
- 1/2 Zwiebel gewürfelt
- 1 EL Olivenöl
- 1 EL Essig z.B. Himbeeressig
- Salz und Pfeffer frisch gemahlen
- 1 TL Honig
- Cranberry-Marmelade (oder meine zuckerfreie Alternative), Zwiebeln, Honig, Essig, Öl sowie Salz und Pfeffer miteinander verrühren.
- In einem gut verschlossenen Glas hält sich das Dressing mehrere Tage im Kühlschrank.