03 Nov 2009

Dried (artificially or naturally), seedless white grapes. In South Africa seedless raisins or sultanas are classified as part of the raisin variety of grape. Natural sultanas are brown in colour, while bleached ones are yellow.

Use: They are delicious on it's own and are also used in cakes, desserts, stuffings, breads, biscuits, savoury dishes, stews, puddings, rice and rice puddings.



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