hmm, that looks so cool!
What a great twist for a seasonal salsa. Inspired!
I'm really curious to taste this: sweet and sour!!!Mike @TheIronYou
This is great! I have 2 bags of cranberries in the freezer from (Canadian) Thanksgiving and I had no clue what to do with them :)
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This looks so delicious i love the idea
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this blog is amazing. i'll definitely be doing this for thanksgiving.
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Mmmm!!!! This sound s definitely delicious!!!! I'm going to try it but I'll have to find a substitution for jalapeño that aren't available in Italy....
AY-YI-YI this salsa is dank. next time, ima add red onions to make it a tad spicier.
served over vegan cream cheese or mixed with vegan cream cheese was even better
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Just tried the Cranberry Salsa as part of my cooking adventure blog. Another Vegan Stoner win! I linked your site and the recipe in my post. http://mealswithmelrob.wordpress.com/2012/01/09/meal-one-alex/Thanks!!
This looks delish. Do I use raw or cooked cranberries? Thanks
Hi Quentin,We used raw cranberries, but it might work with cooked cranberries as well.