Made in minutes in a food processor, this sweet-tangy cranberry salsa gets its heat from a jalapeno chilli pepper combined with chopped coriander, spring onions, lime juice and sugar. Great way to use up any spare bags of cranberries you might buy at Christmas. Serve with soft cheese and crackers if you prefer.
Tried to use less sugar but came out too tart, so used the required amount. Prefer to know how large a bunch of coriander '1 bunch' is since I have seen a variety of sizes in the shops. Also mixed some into softened cream cheese to use as a spread. - 04 Feb 2017
I gave this as gifts this year in little canning jars. Everyone wanted the recipe. Just a tip - it tastes better after at least a day in the fridge. Add sugar to taste..I probably cut out about a 3rd of it, and increased the peppers because I like it hot! - 04 Mar 2008 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
I make this and spoon it over cream cheese. Let it set in the refrigerator over night so it blends some with the block of cream cheese (make sure and poke holes in the block of cream cheese. Serve with crackers. I won 1st place on a radio station Thanksgiving contest for this salsa dip recipe. - 24 Aug 2008 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)