I know that haters of canned cranberry sauce exist. I don’t know any of them personally, but I know that they aren’t charmed by the little corrugated lines, nor are the amused by the sound it makes exiting the can. But even 그들 would be swayed by these cubes of chilled congealed cranberry sauce, for these cubes are carbonated.
These little effervescent squares of cranberry wonderment were developed by ChefSteps, and making them is super easy, especially if you have a whipping siphon. Besides the siphon (and two CO2 cartridges), all you’ll need is a can of chilled cranberry sauce and a little bit of water.
Cut the sauce into chunks and add them to the siphon with the water. Charge the siphon with two cartridges, then pop it in the fridge for at least two hours. Release the gas, and gently pour the bubbly cubes into a serving dish. (They make a great garnish for festive cocktails.) Don’t have a siphon? Don’t worry, you can still make these with dry ice (ChefSteps can show you how here.)
Three Awesome Canned Cranberry Sauce Hacks | ChefSteps