Definition of 'sultana'
Example sentences containing 'sultana'
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Pass a bowl of sultanas or raisins to go with it. Asthma and Eczema - special diet cookbook (1989)Stir in the caster sugar and sultanas. The Sun (2013) Add sultanas and a splash of red wine vinegar. Times, Sunday Times (2012)One heaped tablespoon of raisins or sultanas and three dried apricots also counts as a portion. The Sun (2006)Stir well and add the sultanas. The Sun (2015) Add the sultanas and stir through. The Sun (2016)For the third layer go back to north-south and again sprinkle with sugar and sultanas. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Serve a scoop of ice-cream scattered with the raisins or sultanas and mint leaves. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Subsequent chefs have added sultanas, raisins and almonds to the dish. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Sprinkle over the dressing, add the sultanas and walnuts and mix well. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Sometimes, one was tempted to add extra sultanas. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Add the sultanas and chilli and simmer for 5-8 min. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Add the sultanas, rum and half the walnuts. The Sun (2015)Stir in the flour mixture and the sultanas, adding just enough milk to make a soft dough. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Add the liquid ingredients to the flour, add the sultanas and mix together with a wooden spoon. The Sun (2010)Try chopped prunes, apricots, raisins or sultanas. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In some countries, raisins are called sultanas, and sultanas are called sultanas. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Add the sultanas, then slowly pour in the stock, stirring as you go. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Add the courgettes and once they've softened and are almost ready, add the sultanas. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Add the tomatoes, sultanas or raisins and white wine and simmer over a low heat for about 20 minutes. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Add the sultanas, sugar and lemon juice to the bananas, then stir gently for a few seconds until the sugar has dissolved. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'sultana'
British English: sultana /sʌlˈtɑːnə/ NOUN
Sultanas are dried white grapes.
- American English: golden raisin
- Arabic: زَبِيب
- Brazilian Portuguese: passa branca
- Chinese: 无核小葡萄
- Croatian: grožđica
- Czech: sultánka rozinka
- Danish: sultana
- Dutch: rozijn
- European Spanish: pasa sultana
- Finnish: rusina
- French: raisin sec
- German: Sultanine
- Greek: σουλτανίνα
- Italian: uva sultanina
- Japanese: スルタナ
- Korean: 씨 없는 건포도
- Norwegian: sultanrosin
- Polish: rodzynki sułtanki
- European Portuguese: passa branca
- Romanian: stafidă
- Russian: кишмиш
- Spanish: pasa sultana
- Swedish: sultanrussin
- Thai: ลูกเกดชนิดไม่มีเมล็ด
- Turkish: kuru üzüm
- Ukrainian: родзинка
- Vietnamese: nho khô
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