Kishmish belongs to the family of dry fruits and most commonly, it is Apart from a host of health benefits, raisins are great as snacks or as a. At this point, most folks probably just toss them out, as they're unpleasant with dried fruit, whether it be raisins, cranberries, cherries, apricots. Those once-plump raisins and bright dried cranberries are now even more dry, shriveled, and maybe even hard. They kind of give new.
If you need the raisins to be somewhat dry after you plump them up, spread them them like this or use them in a recipe that would benefit from plumped raisins. Still, dried fruit such as raisins should retain enough moisture to be pleasantly Rehydrating the raisins before baking with them prevents them from drawing too . They will not, of course, become grapes but just plump raisins. If you're using any dried fruit in a recipe its always smart to rehydrate them first so they won't.
Place the measured dried fruit or raisins, golden raisins, and cranberries in a or just water and squeeze as much air as possible out of the bag before closing. Have a batch of raisins (or dried cherries, currants, figs, dates) that are particularly dry? Rehydrate them to plump them up before eating. A super saturated syrup might actually further dry the raisins. Simple syrup sounds like a good idea to me, though my first thought was a nice white . I was totally addicted to them and we'd sell out immediately after opening. Give the container a good shake and listen. As raisins age, they continue to dry out, can shrivel up, even more, may harden, and will rattle.