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Cranberry Orange Mousse (Gluten-Free)

This recipe comes to us from “Snowfeet1.”

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1 bag cranberries (12 oz.)
¾ cup sugar
1 teaspoon grated orange zest
¼ cup orange juice
2 tablespoons Grand Marnier
1 cups heavy whipping cream

Rinse and pick over cranberries and place in a large saucepan.  Add sugar and cook over medium heat about 5 minutes, until cranberries have burst and the mixture has a thick jam-like consistency. Cool.

Rub through a strainer to remove skins.  Stir in zest, orange juice, liqueur, and mix thoroughly.  Whip cream and fold into cranberry puree.  Place mousse in bowl or wine glasses or place in a serving bowl.  Decorate with whipped cream before serving if desired.

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Marla Carney
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11 Nov 2007 10:17:15 AM PDT
This sounds absolutely delicious and I plan on adding it to my Thanksgiving menu.

 
Jerry
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12 Nov 2007 7:20:36 AM PDT
Sounds great! I have to try this. But then I like anything with Grand Marnier!

 
Mary Magnitzky
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A great site and continues to get better all the time.

 
Terri Duganne
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13 Nov 2007 6:15:31 AM PDT
Thank you for great looking recipes for Thanksgiving. The gluten-free stuffing recipe you ran last turkey day was great! My family has asked for it again and said that it was a highlight of the dinner!
Terri




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