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Dried Raisins, Black - Thompso Select

Dried Black Raisins Sultana Thomson Select

from United States by Gourmet Imports
1 resealable bag - 8 oz room temp $3.71 $1.75
1 resealable bag - 2 lbs room temp $3.71 $7.50

About Dried Black Raisins Sultana Thomson Select

These high-quality raisins are dehydrated Thomson Seedless Grapes with less than 19% moisture by weight. They are a dark black raisin with a wrinkled surface, soft texture, and sweet flavor.

Almost all raisins produced in California are made from Thomson Seedless Grapes because the grapes are high-quality, with smooth flavor and uniform sweetness. Other names for the Thomson Seedless include Sultana, Sultanina, Lady de Coverly, and Kishmish. Whatever the name, these grapes are known by all. They were first grown in Asia during the Ottoman Empire, and have since been cultivated around the world from Europe, to America, to Australia. They are small, oval, and pale green in color with delicious sweet juicy meat and a satisfying snap from the skin when bitten. They are common table grapes.

Raisins have a long history, showing up as one of the first preserved fruits in Ancient Roman, Greek, and Egyptian cultures. In Rome, raisins became so highly valued that people traded them like currency. They were prized for their high nutrient content and easy long lasting shelf life.

Today raisins can be enjoyed alone or covered in chocolate, or prepared in sweet and savory dishes. Bake them into baked goods like cinnamon raisin bread, oatmeal raisin cookies, raisin bran muffins, and more. Eat them for breakfast in oatmeal or for dessert in bread pudding. Enhance stuffings, salads, and rice pilaf with raisins. Their uses are varied and extensive.

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Dried Black Raisins Sultana Thomson Select Recipes
Cinnamon Raisin Hot Cross Buns With Apricot Glaze Recipe
A traditional dish for Easter, Hot Cross Buns are delicious and decorative, serving to bring the Easter celebration spirit to the table. Make sure to make these with enough time to let them rise, as hot cross buns are a bit time-intensive. The results though are totally worth it!
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Walnut Rum Raisin Fudge Recipe
Gooey, delicious fudge gets a boozy twist with the addition of rum-soaked raisins! Fudge is not difficult to make, but make sure to pay attention to temperatures and textures - the best thing to do is to use a candy thermometer. Make sure you make extra of these mouthwatering fudge squares, as they will disappear before you know it!
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*Product Pricing and Weight Specifications

This product is priced by the lb. shipped, and you will be charged based on the actual weight of the item shipped, by the price per lb for the product. The total price your shopping cart shows is an estimated charge. You will not be charged until the product ships, based on the weight that is shipped. The chart below shows estimated weight ranges and actual prices per lb. for this item.
5805101 1 resealable bag - 8 oz 0.45 lbs. - 0.55 lbs. $3.71
5805102 1 resealable bag - 2 lbs 1.90 lbs. - 2.10 lbs. $3.71
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