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Do you eat sultanas, or do you only use them in cooking?

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Do you eat sultanas on their own?

Do you use them in cooking/baking?

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I love sultanas and eat them on a cereal I have a few times a week.

I also used to use them regularly in cooking while I was making cakes and biscuits - as I no longer eat many desserts/cakes, I do not use them often apart from breakfast, however will occasionally eat them as a snack.
by Finy
In America we call them raisins. I had to Google that. I actually like to use "Craisins" which are dried cranberries. I use them in baking and they are awesome in a blue cheese salad.
by Polly
I eat raisins rather than sultanas, which I usually only use for cooking.
Bet you like muscatels too :-))
by Rice
I have no idea what muscatels are.
Oooh. They are the big flat dark ones we always used to get at Christmas. mmmm.
by Rice
I've never come across that variety before, although a my variety of raisins are called Flame Raisins, which a very large. Have you heard of them? Maybe they are the same, but with a different name.
Flame raisins. . . mmm, yes, I love them too but they are still not muscatels. Sadly, I think muscatels are becoming old fashioned. (or I could be!)
by Rice
Aww, I like old fashioned. It might simply be they are not imported to the UK market.
I do like sultanas. I don't do any baking anymore so they are not used in cakes or biscuits. Nevertheless, the are there in the pantry if needed.
I usually mix them with something like peanuts to snack. Just today I had them in my oatmeal with peanuts and milk.
They are one of my fav's :)
I do like sultanas and would normally use them in cooking or baking. I would rarely eat them on their own.
Yes I eat sultanas by themselves as a snack
by AJ
I have always loved sultanas,and I must say I am glad to see that the small boxes are still available so that kids can take them to school!
Unfortunately I have to be very frugal with my intake as they are rather high in Salicylates,as are the grapes from which they are made by drying.In fact, I really do not tend to eat them at all anymore as I am alergic to salicylates among many other naturally occurring substances. So please,everyone,do make certain that you enjoy a few extra just for me!!
I enjoy sultanas on their own. When I donate blood they have snacks available for post donation. I often have a little box of sultanas.
Have you ever tried to keep a sultana in your mouth for a really long time and just savour the flavour? I am not good at it , because I forget and chew it up, but it is fun.
I don't eat them much nowadays apart from when I make sultana cake when I soak them in sherry first. I do buy the small snack packets for the grandchildren
Yes, love them. By themselves or in cake or biscuits. However I don't like them in savoury dishes - but then I don't like any fruit as savoury! Pineapple on pizza should be banned! :)
Hate things baked with sultanas and seldom eat them. I much prefer rasins and definitely muscatels at that.
by Rice
Muscatels. Large, flat and sweet. Always on the stalk at Christmas in England. Ah, memories . . .
by Rice
I eat sultanas in cereal and with muesli. I like them.
by Vee
I have them on my wheat-bix every breakfast, & my husband that some on his cornflakes.
The only time I use them in a recipe is in a curry, if the curry calls for sultanas, as I don't do any baking, Occasionally I may grab a small handful & eat them while I'm cooking dinner.
by Miro
We only eat them on our cereal every day. I never bake them, as I don't bake. I'll put them in a curry, if the recipe asks for them!
by Miro
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