Cranberry Mors

cranberries

Do you love the tart cranberries?

I absolutely love anything to do with cranberries. Usually, have them brewed for tea, make a bit of jam or an add in a hand full to roasting pumpkins. So yumm.
Of late, I have taken a fancy to a  brew of freeze-dried berries from a Russian recipe. It was a pure coincidence to find a recipe when I had a handful of beautiful cranberries.
This simple recipe is one of the best if you have frozen cranberries and it is just perfect for summer.  Spice it up if you like with a bit of cinnamon and cardamom for a amazing aroma. But, I love the basic one.
The whole idea of simmering and releasing the pectin from the cranberries to give a silky feel to the drink should be not restricted to the recipe books. I have used freeze-dried cranberries for this recipe and they are my all time favourite
There we go..now we have something for the year round with cranberries than just a Thanksgiving style Cranberry sauce.

More cranberry ones from the blog

Read on more about the health benefits and fads of cranberry in our recipe for the cranberry tea.
Try more of cranberry recipes
Since the alphabet C is on for this month on A-Z recipe challenge, it was the perfect opportunity to tackle this tart fruit.
A-Z recipe challenge is a group of hardworking bloggers who have come together to showcase the various ingredients based on alphabetical order. It is a fun and evolving concept where each of us discovers new ingredients or new uses based on the region we are in, the season and more. Watch out for our collection on my space on Instagram or Facebook by the end of the month. So long then…enjoy your drink.
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Cranberry Mors Yum
A tart silky mocktail
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Prep Time 15 minutes
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Prep Time 15 minutes
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Instructions
  1. Pulse the freeze-dried cranberries into a coarse powder. Wrap the powder in a cheesecloth and immerse in a saucepan with 2.5 litres of water.
  2. Bring this up to a slow boil for about 10 minutes.
  3. Simmer for another 5 minutes.
  4. Cool and remove the cheese cloth.
  5. Sweeten if desired and serve warm for winter and chilled for summer.
Recipe Notes

If using fresh cranberries or frozen, squeeze the pulp first and add it back to the simmered liquid for an even more silky feel of the mocktail.

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The Girl Next Door
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Oooh, I love the sound of this! It looks and sounds so refreshing and tart! smile

Joan
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This is a great recipe which I’ll try if I can find cranberries in my local grocery store!

geetha priyanka
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Such a simple and healthy recipe. I will visit your site for such an amazingly simple yet delicious recipes. Amazing share Seema…

Anna
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This sounds really nice!

Jayeeta Basu
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Such a refreshing drink……Can I have some ? smile

Jolly
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Refreshing yummy drink.. I would love to grab it any time 😋

Priya Suresh
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Such a refreshing drink, am sure this Russian mocktail will definitely please my cranberry loving kid’s tastebuds. Well done and fabulous easy breezy drink.

Vidya Narayan
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Loved the drink. It is refreshing, apt for summers and I adore cranberries any day.

Renu
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Wow a different recipe, though I don’e like cranberry much, but this looks delicious and so easy to make.

Sujata Roy
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Such a refreshing and delightful drink. Loved the colour. I will try it whenever I can get some cranberry in local market. Lovely share.

Mayuri Patel
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Not only this drink comforting during the cold season but it adds like a natural diuretic too. Have tried cranberry flavored tea but this drink sounds good too. So the cranberries you used are different from the slightly sweet dried ones?

Paarul
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Cranberries are my favorite. Love the simple and delicious recipe.