Cranberry juice contains nutrients to treat urinary tract infections; this recipe uses citrus flavors to provide a more exotic taste, with less sugar than that of commercial brands.
- Put the cranberries and water in a large saucepan and bring to the boil.(5 minutes)
- Once boiled, lower the heat and cover the saucepan. Leave the mixture to simmer for 25 minutes.(25 minutes)
- Pass the mixture through a food mill (using the smallest plate). Stir in the lemon and orange juices and add honey to taste.(2 minutes)
- Stir the mixture through a large sieve, taking care not to apply too much pressure with the spoon or the juice will be too thick.(5 minutes)
- Allow to cool in the refrigerator before pouring over ice in a glass to serve.(10 minutes)
Fresh cranberry juice is best consumed within two days. However, if stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator, it can last a couple of weeks. Drink throughout the day as desired to reduce the symptoms of urinary tract infection.