Raisins

Originally white grapes that have been fleshed and dried, raisins are bursting with sweet delicious flavour. White grapes skin colour is initially green which then darkens as they dry, becoming thicker in texture and darker in colour. Raisins can be eaten straight out of the packaging; mixed into foods like porridge and puddings as well as chutneys; and used in cakes, and other baked goods. They can be soaked in liquids before being used in certain recipes, as they are very absorbent.

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