Raisins are dried grapes. They are dark, while the sultanas are light. If you soak the raisins in water or rum before baking, they become juicier and rise better when baking or cooking. The smaller currants are made from seedless grapes. They are also dark, but do not open as strongly and remain more bite resistant.

All data per 100 g:
328 kcal
77 g
3 g
0 g

Recipes with Raisins

Almond Raisins Cookies
Almond Raisins Cookies become crispy and are long lasting. This American pastry is more substantial than normal biscuits and can replace a small snack or breakfast. ...
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Apple Cinnamon Flame Cake
Apple Cinnamon Flame Cake tastes especially good oven warm. Boil raisins with hot water, drain and soak in rum. ...
Apple quark balls with raisins
Apple quark balls with raisins Apple curd balls with raisins are prepared with baking powder and do not taste only for carnival. You'll be fine in the deep fat fryer. ...
Apple raisins biscuits
Apple raisins biscuits Apple raisin biscuits are prepared with cornflakes, making them taste slightly crispy. Preheat baking oven to 175° C. ...
Apple raisins crumble cake
Apple raisins crumble cake For the apple raisins streusel cake first preheat the oven to 180° C. Pour the raisins into a bowl. ...
Apple raisins jam
Apple raisins jam This apple raisin jam has a fine cinnamon aroma. Peel, core, dice and weigh the apples. ...
Apple sour cream cake
Apple sour cream cake This apple sour cream cake is baked with a loose short dough and tastes very juicy. For the dough mix flour with baking powder, a pinch of salt and powder sugar. ...
Apple Strudel
Apple Strudel For apple strudel, knead flour, egg, a pinch of salt, a tablespoon of oil and so much lukewarm water with oiled hands until a firm dough is obtained. The consistency is reminiscent of homemade pasta dough. ...

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