Sultanas are created by drying seedless white grapes, they become golden in colour with a sweeter and juicier taste than raisins with a noticeably plumper appearance. Much like raisins, there is a variety of uses for sultanas. Generally speaking the two can be used interchangeably in recipes it boils down to personal preference, some prefer the sweeter and juicier taste of sultanas while others opt for the deeper flavour of raisins.
The uses for sultanas really are endless; a highly versatile fruit, not only can they be eaten raw for a healthy snack but they can be added to any number of baked products from bread and muffins through to cakes and pies. They make excellent additions to both hot and cold desserts while also being a great way to get fruit to the breakfast table, simply add some in with your breakfast cereal or porridge.
|Ingredients:||Sultanas 99.5%, Cottonseed Oil 0.5%|
|Allergens:||No Allergens Present|
|Minimum Shelf Life:||6 Months|
|Nutritional Information||Per 100g|
|Of Which Sugars:||69g|
|Of Which Saturates:||0g|