Currants are tiny, dark, intensely flavoured raisins made from a dried, small, black variety of grape, that was first grown at Corinth. (Confusingly, Corinthian raisins are not currants, but are sultanas.)
Check the sell-by date and wash before use if dusty.
Store sealed in a cool, dark place.
Article by Sybil Kapoor
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