Fig and Cranberry Compote
For those who prefer a heartier accompaniment, this cranberry moment incorporates whole berries, spicy cardamom, honey, and coarsely chopped dried figs. It’s as good on the plate as it is tucked inside a leftover turkey sandwich so we might suggest making a double batch so you have enough for those sammies. The mixture can be made up to three days in advance and kept in the refrigerator. The only trick is to bring the compote to room temperature before you serve it to soften the pectin in the cranberries. If you want to take it to the next level, drop a whole cinnamon stick into the mixture as it simmers.
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