Theresa's Mixed Nuts: Add Color to Your Easter Table with Cranberry Mango Relish

Friday, March 18, 2016

Add Color to Your Easter Table with Cranberry Mango Relish

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I am having a hard time coming to grips with Easter popping up so early this year. I hardly have enough time to take down my St. Patrick's Day decorations to put up the Easter before I have to turn right back around and pack it all away again. I feel like the Grinch of Easter because the yard decorations won't be going up this year. It just isn't worth the hassle of dragging them out of storage to leave them up for less than 2 weeks. This makes me a little sad because I love how all those spring pastels add pops of color to the yard after winter has made it all dead and baron after the yucky season. I decided to make up for it with making sure we have pops of color indoors, including the dinner table. Of course, there will be dyed eggs, but I thought adding in some pretty Cranberry and Mango Relish to the mix would add a little more excitement to the Easter spread. 


Cranberry Mango Relish

I found this one in Golden Blossom Honey's Thanksgiving recipe section, but for my family, we are not only big on eating cranberry sauces for Thanksgiving, but always on Easter too. I think it pairs well with both ham and turkey equally. 


Ingredients
1 large or 2 small mangoes, peeled and cut into pieces
2 cups cranberries
1/2 orange, unpeeled, seeded and cut into pieces
1/2 cup GOLDEN BLOSSOM HONEY
1/4 teaspoon ground ginger

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Cranberry Mango Relish


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What side dishes will you be serving this Easter?


17 comments:

  1. There always seems to be a party at your home! I love the rich red of this dish and cranberries are so healthy!

    Ai @ Sakura Haruka

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  2. I tried mango once (we don't really have it here often) and liked it. I've never tried fresh cranberries though. I do love me Green Tea with Mango aroma, and imma gonna sip it this afternoon with some honey and lemon

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  3. That is a new one to me. haha Oh the Holiday Nazi is having a hard time keeping up? Good thing nothing is around Halloween, you may have a nervous break down haha blame the cat

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  4. This does look yummy!

    I make an egg casserole, and coffee cake for breakfast. For lunch we have a big family get together. I haven't decided what I'm bringing to that. I do know I want to make a poke cake. It looked like fun.

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  5. This relish looks so yummy. We will be having mashed potatoes and some kind of veggies. I haven't decided the rest yet.

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  6. Yum this looks so delicious. Cranberries are so good for you too.

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  7. Now that looks amazing, the colours are fantastic! I would definitely add it to my Easter table. x

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  8. I'd love to make some of this! Yum! It would be fun to try it with a few different dishes.

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  9. Fresh cranberries make the best relishes, don't they? This sounds good!!

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  10. Wow look at the colour of that! So pretty, and I bet so very delicious! - Jeanine

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  11. I am so excited to try this recipe. It looks so delicious and easy to make.

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  12. Cranberry is so much favorite with my husband & I love anything that involves Mango & this is such a wonderful combination that looks absolutely yummy & delicious. I have been using Golden Blossom Honey at home & it adds special taste & quality to any recipe.

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  13. That would be such a great thing to make for our Easter celebration this weekend.

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  14. I have to admit it...I am a lazy cranberry saucer. I just grab the can......but one day, I will make it from scratch. Pinning for that one day! I feel like your twin on the Easter Grinch homefront.

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  15. This sounds so good. I should make some and bring it to my parent's when they host Easter dinner this Sunday!

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  16. oooh my..looks so delish! I bet it's brilliant in flavour as well..

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