This was something I read about online and thought I'd give it a try. OMG, as the youngsters might say, ha, it was so easy and came out so good!
|Dehydrating frozen corn|
I had two bags of organic frozen corn so it loaded up about two trays worth. I definitely had to use the smaller hole sheets that go on the regular trays to keep them from falling through as they dried (they shrink in size as they dry).
|Frozen corn after it's dehydrated|
Dried them for about 6 hours at 125 degrees and this is what they looked like. Small, crunchy, and I might add, a nice little snack to sample as they dried...and sample...and sample. But I digress...
Then I just poured it all into a wide mouth canning jar and put a lid on it.
|Dehydrated frozen corn in a jar|
Lastly, I vacuum sealed it with the Foodsaver machine (like we did with the tomatoes) and voila! A jar full of of crunchy, dehydrated corn.
Next up, more frozen veggie experiments!!