I am back in the homestead kitchen and this time I am dehydrating Strawberries in a food dehydrator, then I am rehydrating them in a Balsamic Sauce and dehydrating the berries again. This double dehydrated Balsamic Strawberry recipe takes a while, so I save it for special treats and it is helpful to have a food dehydrator but if not, you can use your oven, on its lowest setting, with a wooden spoon in the door.
Currently, Strawberries are at an all time low price in Australia. They say its due to all the lockdowns, apparently people are consuming way less fruit while at home, so it is the perfect time to support your local farmers and stock up on extra Strawberries. Dried Strawberries are shelf stable in an air tight jar, so last years, however double dehydrated Balsamic Strawberries do need refrigerating, that is why I make less of these.
Happy dehydrating Elissa
Dehydrate Strawberries at 55C / 131F until dry and leathery
Balsamic Sauce Recipe
1/2 Cup Water
1/2 Cup Balsamic Vinegar
1/4 Cup Brown Sugar, lightly packed
Add all ingredients to a saucepan
On medium heat dissolve sugar then bring to boil and remove from heat.
Add dehydrated Strawberries to rehydrate.
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