Dried Apples are a welcome addition to soups, salads, breads, muffins and granola Mix with autumn dishes such as squash soup and deep green salads with hot and sour dressing Chop up Dried Apples and add to bread or wild rice stuffings, seasoned with sage Dried Apples make the perfect healthy topping on yogurt or cereal, mixed in with trail mix, or as is for a hearty afternoon snack Garnish fruit pies and tarts, add to rice dishes, curry dishes and sauces Toss into spinach salad with nuts and grapes
Ready to use. No preparation necessary. To rehydrate, pour boiling water over fruit and let sit, covered, for 5 to 10 minutes. Drain well before using.
Storage & handling
Store in a cool, dry place.
Apples, sulfur dioxide as a preservative. Apples are a natural product and may contain an occasional seed. Contains sulfites.
Dried apples work great for making butter because they have a long part of the process removed. But this is still a long, slow recipe and cooking equipment varies. Keep an eye on the process to get a feel for the time. The result is a velvety smooth apple butter that will rival any store bought brand.