Cranberry Pear Preserve is a delicious combination of flavors! With a hint of orange, this delightful trio is sure to please.
Whether you serve it on toast, muffins or as a topping on ice cream, you will never be disappointed.
A fun and unique option for holiday parties or buffet tables. Perfect on pork or poultry too!
When I hear Cranberry Pear Preserves, immediately I think of the holidays!
Our premium, all-natural Cranberry Pear Preserve is a flavorful mix of Cranberries and Pears with a splash of Orange. There are many ways to enjoy this all natural preserve which makes it even more appealing.
Wonderful as a glaze on any pork or poultry item or can also be used as a topping over ice cream, waffles, or pancakes.
Looking for unique and delicious holiday dessert idea? Pick up some phyllo dough and use as a pastry filling. Serve warm with vanilla ice cream….yum!!
For the holidays, try making pork medallions with Cranberry Pear Preserves. Always a family favorite! Try serving with rice and it becomes a delicious option for any holiday Pot luck Dinner you may be attending!
- Pork tenderloin/Chicken Cutlets
- 1 medium onion
- 2-3 tablespoons of Dalby Farm Cranberry Pear Preserves
- 1/2 cup chicken stock
- salt and pepper
- 2 tablespoon butter
- 2 tablespoon olive oil
- 1-2 tablespoon cider vinegar
- For pork, remove any silver skin if need be – it will never get tender.
- Cut tenderloin (or chicken cutlets) into 1 to 1 ½ inch pieces; place cut side down and flatten.
- Season with salt and pepper.
- Add to hot skillet with butter and olive oil.
- Sauté 4 minutes on each side.
- Remove to a plate and caramelize onions.
- Add preserves and chicken stock; cook until slightly thicken.
- Add cider vinegar.
- Return medallions and rewarm.
- Serve hot; delicious when served over white rice!
Cranberry Pear Preserves are made from fresh cranberries, pears, sugar, orange juice concentrate, water and pectin.
9 oz. glass jar.
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