Dried sour cherries

Dried sour cherries

Dried sour cherries

Availability: In stock

£3.55

Sour cherries work well in tagines or salads as well as with grains or pulses. They are also suitable for cakes, sweets or bread.

Ingredients

Dried sour cherries, sunflower oil, sugar.

Shelf life

30 September 2017

Ships to

Worldwide

Size

100g

Perfect with

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  • Pantry Love them.
    (26/09/2014) Sharp yet sweet. Delicious in brownies and have also put them in flapjacks. Becoming a staple in baking for me.
  • Pantry perfect for baking or granola
    (22/01/2014) Use these in Ottolenghi's amaretti recipe - they give a delicious texture and flavour to biscuits and other bakes.
  • Pantry Juicy, plump and flavourful!
    (22/11/2013) I made Ottolenghi's white chocolate and cranberry biscuits, from his book and sub'd the cranberries for these... And they were fabulous. Extremely plump, juicy and flavourful, exactly what I wanted from them. Will definitely buy again.
  • Pantry Juicy, plump and flavourful!
    (22/11/2013) I made Ottolenghi's white chocolate and cranberry biscuits, from his book and sub'd the cranberries for these... And they were fabulous. Extremely plump, juicy and flavourful, exactly what I wanted from them. Will definitely buy again.
  • Pantry delicious!
    (15/11/2013) I used these in cookies. I made some oatmeal raisin cookies and opted to substitute half the raisins with sour cherries - they're deliciously chewy, not too tart and delicately sweet.