Turkish Dried Fruits

How To Make Dried Fruits At Home! They Are Cheap, Easy To Make And Healthy!

how to make dried fruits at home they
are cheap easy to make and healthy dried
fruits are healthy and delicious
especially if they're homegrown they are
an excellent choice for dessert or snack
as they provide us with energy and can
be easily made to make dried fruit you
can either use an oven or a home made
solar a clothes dryer dryer dried fruit
is not so difficult to make in your home
you can easily prepare any type of dried
fruit in the oven for little money first
you'll need to select ripe or semi ripe
fruit then wash it with cold water very
well this will remove all impurities
from the fruit remove the stems to and
cut it equally so that you can dehydrate
it as a whole if you like you can remove
the skin however if you ask us we'll
keep it on the next step is to soak the
fruit in lemon juice for 10 minutes then
drain it and dry it with a paper towel
preheat the oven in the meantime on
minimum temperature which works finest
with apples peaches and bananas
strawberries and other berries need
higher temperatures just experimenting
with different fruits and you will find
the best thing for you you next
government paper and arrange the fruit
in a single layer however make sure they
are touching each other to avoid the
fruit from curling cover them with a
silicon mat manufacturers claim that the
mat is non-toxic so it's right for this
job the average time of drying is about
one and a half hours leave the oven door
slightly open to prevent the fruit from
over baking as soon as it's dry take the
tray out and leave the fruit to cool
down for a few hours how to dehydrate
fruits at home fruits can also be
dehydrated with a simple DIY solar dryer
the process will preserve the flavor and
nutritional value of the fruits without
the use of harmful techniques here's who
to make the drier ingredients 3
styrofoam plates 1 metre X 1/2 a meter
with a density of 30 millimeters 3 tubes
of glue polystyrene nylon screen one
meter one flat glass
three millimeters thick 200 grains of
bent nails 18 millimeters x 27
millimeters one brush three centimeters
of aluminum foil foil instructions use
one plate of styrofoam as a bottom for
the box then cut another in two long
pieces cut the last plate onto smaller
sized pieces then join the parts to form
a ninety four by forty four centimetres
frame now put nails in the corners of
the frame then make two holes thirty by
four centimeters on the sides of package
next cut two pieces of the nylon and
secure them with pins on the box
covering the gaps made previously cut
the remaining styrofoam in three
centimetres broad pieces and add them to
the openings making a frame for the
screen now make a 90 by 40 centimetres
rectangle shaped wooden frame and cover
the screen fastening the frame at the
bottom this will help you see inside the
dryer put the pieces of fruit inside and
you will quickly dehydrate them here's
how to prepare different fruits for
dehydration pineapple peel and cut a
pineapple into 1 centimeter thick pieces
then cut the pieces on three four equal
parts put the pieces in a dryer and
dehydrate them
banana cut a banana and have to
dehydrate it easier you can also cut a
banana on slices and try dehydrating it
like that kaki cut the fruit in four
parts then put it in the homemade solar
dryer persimmon can also be mixed first
then dried in the solar dryer on a tray
a tray apples peel an apple and suffice
in four parts you can also dehydrate the
peels then grind them to powder and use
them as tea you can just use organic
apples mango peel mango and cut it on
thick slices then put it in the dryer
grapes wash the grapes well and remove
seeds then put them in half a liter of
water and a bit of lemon juice and
dehydrate them afterwards

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