Dried Cherries


Cherries that have had their pits removed and then have been partially dehydrated. They are typically still soft, with a concentrated cherry flavor and sweetness, though some can be quite tart. Dried cherries are similar to raisins in consistency and can be used both in baking, desserts, or savory dishes, especially in stuffing or making sauces for wild game.

Tasting Notes

Substitutes: Dried cranberries, Dried blueberries, Raisins, Currants

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