How To  Dehydrate Carrots

Learn How to dehydrate carrots so you can have this favorite vegetable on hand for long-term storage. You will  always have a ready supply of carrots on hand for all your meals and  recipes.


You only need carrots, water, and ice!

Prep your carrots before drying.  Wash and scrub the carrots clean to remove all dirt. Trim the ends off the carrots and peel. Slice the carrots into thin round slices about ¼ inch thick. Blanch sliced carrots for 2 minutes and the immediately plunge the carrots into a container of ice

Drain the carrots very well using a large colander. Arrange the sliced carrot pieces in a single layer on the dehydrator trays. Set the temperature to 125 F. degrees on your dehydrator. Dry the carrots for 4 to 6 hours or until they are completely dried through the center of each piece. They should feel dry and leathery.

Condition the dried carrots by placing them in a glass jar with a tight fitting lid. Place the jar in a safe place out of direct sunlight and any type of hot or cold air. For 5 days occasionally shake the jar to shift the pieces around. Each day check the jars for any sign of moisture forming on the inside walls of the jar.

If no moisture is present the dried carrots have been dehydrated completely. Re-dehydrate if you see  any moisture. Store the dehydrated carrots in an airtight container out of sunlight. A cool dark pantry cabinet is the best storage option.

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