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Ballymaloe Cranberry Sauce

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Ballymaloe Cranberry Sauce is made with whole cranberries, sugar, water and nothing else. It is bursting with a delicious fruity flavour which is attributed to the whole cranberries and long, open-top cooking time. It is delicious when eaten with traditional roast meats such as Turkey, Chicken and Ham. For a delicious twist on a classic sandwich, mix it through some mayonnaise for a mouth-watering pink mayo! It is also scrumptious when enjoyed with brie type cheeses.

Ingredients:

  • Cranberries (60%)
  • Sugar
  • Water

Allergy Information:

  • Virtually Fat Free
  • No Artificial Additives
  • Gluten Free
  • Dairy Free
  • Suitable for Vegetarians

Nutritional Information:

Typical values per 100g

    • Energy 760kJ/179kcal
    • Protein 0.2g
    • Carbohydrate 44.5g
    • of which sugars 36.2g
    • Fat Trace
    • of which saturates Trace
    • Fibre <0.5g
    • Salt Equivalent 0.03g

Ballymaloe Cranberry Sauce

Ballymaloe Cranberry Sauce Image

Ballymaloe Cranberry Sauce is made with whole cranberries, sugar, water and nothing else. It is bursting with a delicious fruity flavour which is attributed to the whole cranberries and long, open-top cooking time. It is delicious when eaten with traditional roast meats such as Turkey, Chicken and Ham. For a delicious twist on a classic sandwich, mix it through some mayonnaise for a mouth-watering pink mayo! It is also scrumptious when enjoyed with brie type cheeses.

Ingredients:

  • Cranberries (60%)
  • Sugar
  • Water

Allergy Information:

  • Virtually Fat Free
  • No Artificial Additives
  • Gluten Free
  • Dairy Free
  • Suitable for Vegetarians

Nutritional Information:

Typical values per 100g

    • Energy 760kJ/179kcal
    • Protein 0.2g
    • Carbohydrate 44.5g
    • of which sugars 36.2g
    • Fat Trace
    • of which saturates Trace
    • Fibre <0.5g
    • Salt Equivalent 0.03g

3 Comments

Essential food items for an Irish, vegetarian, university student « Breakfasts & Bones · 25th September 2012 at 5:03 pm

[…] Ballymaloe’s Jalopeno Relish is amazing. Makes everything taste like the food of the gods. Some people say it’s posh ketchup but it is much more than that. My local artisan food store also make a delicious chutney as do one of the stalls in the local country market so look around to see what you like. […]

Cheese, onion and rosemary scones » TheBreadSheBakes.com · 1st October 2012 at 8:25 pm

[…] the scones while warm and fresh (perhaps with a little of my favourite Ballymaloe Relish). You can keep them in a plastic container for about two days; just heat them through in the oven […]

One of these days… » Weekly menus saved a portion of my life · 14th August 2013 at 8:43 am

[…] the list below we make our own in our bread machine every 1.5 days or so. Eggs were DELICIOUS with Jalapeno pepper relish from Ballymaloe, our new favourite condiment, Nipper 1.0 […]

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