anna brones

writer + artist + activist

How to Make Dried Apples

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How to Make Dried Apples, photo by Anna Brones

In an attempt to eat more local, I have been trying to find things in my regular baking and cooking repertoire that I can switch out for alternatives that come from closer to home. Dried fruit is something that I use a lot of, and this week I experimented with drying my own apples. Turns out it’s super simple, and the footprint of these apples is a whole lot less than figs, apricots and dates that come from much farther away.

You use the same method you do for drying citrus peels – an hour or two in the oven at low heat (I did them at200°F (95°C)) – and you end up with tasty dried apples that are good on their own, or in baked goods. The full explanation is over on Foodie Underground.

Next on the to do list: drying pears.

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Written by Anna Brones

February 27, 2015 at 09:32

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  1. Cool- I love dried apple n not that easy to find!
    https://thelaststraggler.wordpress.com/

    thelaststraggler

    February 27, 2015 at 13:02

  2. Wow the photo is amazing!

    alifemoment

    February 27, 2015 at 14:02


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