Raspberries 0.125 gr punnet are small, aggregate fruits that generally average 1 to 3 centimeters in diameter and have a round, oval, oblong shape. Despite the fruits resembling berries, Raspberries are developed from tiny round drupelets that fuse together to create a solid but bumpy, textured, and bubbled appearance. Raspberries have a bright and tangy, sweet-tart flavor, with earthy, jammy, and mouth-puckering nuances.
You can add Raspberries in fruit salads, breakfast dishes such as cereal, yogurt, and oatmeal. Also, in baking tarts, cakes and pies. Raspberries are suitable for making barbecue sauce and dressings. The following pair well with Raspberries: ice cream, cheddar, almonds, white chocolate, dark chocolate, fruits including coconut, peaches, blueberries, ginger, sesame, cinnamon, and herbs such as lavender, basil, thyme, and oregano.
Store unwashed Raspberries in the refrigerator to keep for 1 to 3 days. Raspberries can be dried, pureed, or frozen for extended use.