How To Dehydrate Sweet Peppers

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When you add all the different types of peppers into one basket, what do you collectively call them? Sweet Peppers of course, duuuh! LOL Yes even the chocolate bell peppers that we grow in our garden, the green peppers, the red one and even the orange ones. Now that we got that out of the way let us tackle how to dehydrate sweet peppers, shall we?

For those of us, who enjoy simple things (and yes that includes yours truly) you will be happy to know that the process is not difficult at all. Hey, you do not even have to blanch the peppers before dehydrating them. When it is time to use them, you just throw them into the pan and cook them like you would do if they were fresh.

How To Dehydrate Sweet Peppers
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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • sweet peppers
  • food dehydrator
  • knife
  • cutting board
  • mason jar
  • ziploc bag (optional)

Before you can get started, you have to make sure you wash your peppers well and remove all the seeds inside too. Then you cut each one into half, and then strips and finally chop the strips into manageable pieces which can be as small as half an inch or larger, depends on your personal preference.

The sweet peppers are then laid down in a single layer on your dehydrator sheets. After you have packed all your peppers it is time to process them between 125 and 135 degrees F. The processing time is between 12 to 24 hours, I like to do it overnight and then check them in the morning to see if they are ready. Store in your mason jar or ziploc bag cool dry place like the pantry for up to a year.

You can follow step by step instructions on Preparedness Mamma blog, here…

How To Dehydrate Sweet Peppers

You can watch the video below on how to dehydrate sweet peppers…

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