Green raisins are a type of dried grape made from green seedless grapes. Green raisins are produced by drying grapes in the sun or a dehydrator, which causes the water in the grapes to evaporate and concentrate the natural sugars.
Green raisins have a sweet and slightly tangy flavour with a chewy texture. They can be eaten as a snack or added to trail mixes, cereals, and baked goods such as cookies, bread, and muffins. Green raisins are also used in Indian cuisine as a sweetener in desserts and savoury dishes like pulao (a rice dish) and biryani (a mixed rice dish with spices and meat or vegetables). Green raisins are a good source of fibre, iron, and potassium.