How to Dehydrate: Brussels Sprout and Apricot Slaw
Treat your guests to a delicious Brussels sprout and apricot slaw make with dehydrated food!
2/3 Cup dehydrated shredded Brussels Sprouts
1/4 Cup dehydrated sliced green onions
1/4 Cup dehydrated purple and white seedless grapes
1/4 Cup dehydrated halved apricots, chopped
1/4 Cup dehydrated shredded Red Bell Pepper
1 dehydrated cherry pepper, crumbled
1/2 Cup white vinegar
1/2 Cup Sugar
1 Cup Water
1/2 Cup sliced almonds
Using a 32 ounce Mason Jar layer in the Brussels sprouts, green onions, grapes, apricots, and red bell pepper. Place the vinegar, sugar, cherry pepper and water in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Pour boiling mixture over ingredients in the mason jar, let cool to room temperature. Fill the jar to the top with additional warm water. Place lid on top and refrigerate for 48 hours. Remove from refrigerator and drain off excess. Pour into a bowl and fold in the sliced almonds. Serve and Enjoy!
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Looks like a recipe I’d like to try. Also thought this would make a good Meal In A Jar for use at a later time by adding the ingredients that will be used separately (red cherry pepper, sugar, and almonds) into the jar, but in their own small bags to keep them segregated from the main ingredients during storage. A copy of the recipe would be included, then the jar vacuum sealed. I’ll have to try this out and report back to you on the results.
I’m so glad to see you are making videos again. I haven’t stopped in for a while because I thought you had quit. I hope you continue to bring us great information
Could you use cabbage instead of sprouts?
How would I dehydrate the Brussel sprouts please?
I do hope you’re back for good Tammy just love what you’re doing, appreciate you so much!
Very nice looking dish there.
Awsome video, miss you
Will you ever film again?
Thank you. Confirmed the book isn’t for me. I can buy/grow all that stuff fresh. I want to dry herbs, specifically stevia to save money.
Looks amazing..did you shred your brussel sprouts before dehydrating.. Blessings