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Agnes made a fancy soft sandwich cookie, flavored with almond extract and layered with currant jelly.
Then the whole thing is flipped onto a plate and garnished with another handful of currants and seeds.
Remember to toast them in a dry skillet to bring out the nutty flavor. Dried cranberries, currants, raisins and apricots are all wonderful and add a touch of sweetness as well as color.
Alternately, check out McFadden's Cauliflower and Potato Casserole with Salt Cod (see accompanying recipe), a rich casserole zipped up with currants, pine nuts and lemon zest.
Add quinoa-cauliflower mixture, dates, currants, lemon juice and lemon zest.
Let sit until currants are plumped and mixture is cool, 15–20 minutes.
Remove from heat and add shallot, chile, currants, maple syrup, vinegar, allspice, and ½ tsp.
Stir in green pepper, currants and garlic; cook and stir, 5 minutes.
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Origin and Etymology of currant
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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