To freeze blackcurrants, dry it or sugar-freeze it by using 115 grams of caster sugar for each 454 grams of blackberries. After this, pack the blackcurrants in polythene bags or plastic containers to ensure that they freeze properly.
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To freeze blackcurrants, spread them out on a non-stick tray or any tray lined with greaseproof paper and just stick them straight in the freezer for a couple of hours. once they have hardened, take the tray out and pour them into plastic freezer bags.
To freeze Blackcurrants, wash the fruits and dry them. Remove the stalks then dry or sugar-freeze and pack in your fruits in a polythene bag or plastic container. The freeze-dried blackcurrants are dried to 1/6 of their original weight, and can be consumed as-is or reconstituted with water.
To freeze blackcurrants, one needs to wash the fruits thoroughly to remove dirt, then dry them. One should then take out the stalks from the fruits then determine whether to sugar-freeze or dry-freeze them. Finally, the fruits should be packed in polythene bags or relevant freezer bags then placed in the freezer.