Combine all ingredients except for lime juice; cook gently til cranberries pop. Continue to cook for another 5-10 minutes, and add 1 T of the lime juice; taste. if too sweet, and more juice to taste. Cook another five minutes to reduce slightly; remove from heat and cool. Refrigerate.
Yum. More chiles can be added; serranos work better than jalapenos. 1 habanero can, of course, be substituted for the serranos; I would seed and devein it, though. Or at least warn the guests. ;o)
Now, the recipe. Thought it up and made it over Thanksgiving, to go with the turkey, but it's good with all kinds of things, particularly pork. I even rolled some up in a flour tortilla with some plain grilled chicken into a burrito of sorts last night. Mighty tasty. Keeps very well, too.
From: peg wolfe
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