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.
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 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.