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Do any supermarkets sell currants?

Posted by firestarter-435430 - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by bretonne - 3 years ago

You can buy online here -

http://www.cuisineaddict.com/achat-raisins-de-corinthe-noirs-1-kg-633.htm

along with other baking ingredients.

Many supermarkets sell them but I have only seen them in small quantities in "tubes" with the other dried fruits.

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Posted by grannydot-403561 - 3 years ago

I do a lot of baking, have looked but haven't seen currants, but have seen sultanas, and golden sultanas, in super u.

 

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Posted by Iguana Rock - 3 years ago

'Raisin de Corinthe sec' (dry).

'Raisin de corinthe frais' is fresh ones.

 

 

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Posted by mrsoverall - 3 years ago

Hi firestarter.  You need to look for Raisin de Corinthe.  I have seen them in the larger supermarkets and bio shops, or even in the UK food shops. Happy baking. (you could always just add more raisins!)

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Posted by moi-383589 - 3 years ago

Quite often they'll be in the fruit and vegetable section on the shelves where they have nuts etc.