Cranberry Chipotle Sauce is a condiment recipe made with whole cranberry sauce, homemade taco sauce, and a blend of spices. It is a delicious way to use Thanksgiving leftover cranberry sauce.
This sauce recipe is a great one to have on hand and adds a little bit of heat to a little bit of sweet. It is my favorite condiment to top off this recipe for Turkey Tostadas (also made with Thanksgiving leftovers).
Finding Different Ways To Use Thanksgiving Leftovers
Thanksgiving is a time where we all love to have our leftovers. However, the same old reheat and eat can get boring. So, when thinking about ways to use leftovers, I started thinking about ethnic foods I love to enjoy and how I could possibly fuse the two together.
Sweet heat is always a favorite way for me to enjoy food. The little bit of sweetness added to the spicy kick is pretty addicting. This time I decided to use a little smoky chipotle and add it with some leftover whole berry cranberry sauce. It was so delicious!
What You Need To Make Cranberry Chipotle Sauce
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Whisk all cranberry sauce, taco sauce, chipotle pepper, chili powder, and cumin together. Place in microwave and cook on high for 1 minute. Remove from microwave and stir. Cook for 1 minute more, or until thickened. Season with salt (if using).
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