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Sunday, February 2, 2014

Dehydrating Peppers and Saving the Seeds

   I LOVE to dehydrate.  Today, I have been dehydrating bell peppers and drying the seeds too. The seeds will be saved to be used in my garden this summer.

    Just wash your peppers.  Cut off the top of the peppers and gently remove the top and shake the seeds off onto the cabinet.

seed saving, dehydrating bell peppers, yellow bell peppers, orange peppers, making salsa


  Just slice up your peppers by dicing or cutting them into strips.

dehydrating bell peppers, yellow bell peppers, orange peppers, making salsa


 I dehydrate four different colors of peppers so I use one tray per color.  One tray will have diced red peppers and their seeds; another tray will be for yellow peppers and seeds; one for orange and one for the green peppers.
dehydrating bell peppers, yellow bell peppers, orange peppers, making salsa

 Once dried, I store all the dehydrated peppers together.

dehydrating bell peppers, making salsa, orange peppers, yellow bell peppers
Don't they look pretty?

 I will use them in soups, casseroles and to make colorful salsa this summer.  They can be stored on the shelf in a baggie or quart jar.  The seeds I keep in small baggies and just mark the baggie accordingly.


dehydrating bell peppers, yellow bell peppers, orange peppers, making salsa




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