Kelda O. wrote:
great topic, i've got the same situation.
I wonder about drying the peppers, do they need a dehydrator? enough of them so far just drying out on the counter, are getting weak and rotty in their corners.
Any stories about best methods for drying?
HEY ALL I DONT EVEN KNOW IF THIS IS THE WAY TO RESPOND.....I HAVE 2 DEHYDRATORS, AN AMERICAN HARVEST, AND A RONCO, ONE WITH FAN AND ONE WITHOUT. DRYING PEPPERS, HOT ONES OR OTHERWISE IN THE DEHYDRATOR IS FABULOUS, IN FACT AFTER DRY, GRIND IN COFFEE MILL AND CREATE YOUR OWN SOUP STOCK ADDITIVES, DRY SOME LIME OR LEMON RIND GRIND AND YOU ARE TALKING GOURMET SEASONINGS...... OVERNIGHT WITH CLEANED, EVENLY SLICED PIECES, IS USUALLY LONG ENOUGH THE ENDLESS VARIETY OF BLENDS YOU CAN MAKE AND SOUP POWDER IS AMAZING.