Pomegranate Quince Balsamic Recipe Roundup

This beautiful, red-hued balsamic is a unique and magical combination. It has great pomegranate flavor with a hint of quince, and makes a refreshing salad dressing, vinaigrette or marinade. Distinctly fruity. 

Fresh Cranberry & Orange Relish with Pomegranate-Quince White Balsamic
Fresh Cranberry & Orange Relish with Pomegranate-Quince White Balsamic

Fresh Cranberry & Orange Relish with Pomegranate-Quince White Balsamic

This beautiful, no-cook condiment is a staple at every holiday table, but it’s also great to have in the fridge throughout the year for turkey sandwiches, sprucing up breakfast waffles or just slathering on a dinner roll for something special. Our Pomegranate-Quince white balsamic is tangier than our regular, richly flavored pomegranate, yet it adds just the right amount of sweetness to this relish that there is no need for added sugar. Original recipe from The Olive Oil & Vinegar Lover’s Cookbook. Makes about 2 ½ cups.

Ingredients:

Directions: Place the orange (yes, peel and all), cranberries and balsamic in a food processor or blender. Begin by pulsing a few times to break up the larger pieces, then puree the mixture until completely combined. It will still be a little chunky in texture.

Let relish to sit at room temperature for 2 hours before serving, to allow the balsamic to develop the flavors. Taste; add more balsamic by the teaspoonful if necessary.

Store in the fridge in an airtight container for up to one week.

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