Redcurrant

Redcurrant

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raspberries, but there is some consolation in the knowledge that frozen redcurrants are not too difficult to find, and that their delicious, tangy flavour can be preserved in redcurrant jelly. Redcurrants are often combined with other summer berry fruits such as raspberries, in fruit salads, compotes and in Summer Pudding. Cooked in syrup, redcurrants can flavour a plain yoghurt or accompany fresh cream cheese.

Redcurrant jelly is one of the most useful ingredients of any pantry. It can be melted and used to glaze red fruits in tarts or on cakes. Many sauces, especially those for game, call for redcurrant jelly, which also gives a touch of piquancy to Cumberland Sauce.

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