Dehydrating,  Food

Dehydrating Figs

It is that time of the year for figs. I don’t know about you, but our children devour our figs up as soon as they see one. My one saving grace, is that they can’t reach the high ones.

Dehydrated figs are delicious and so easy to do. In just a few simple steps you will be able to add another long term item to your growing pantry!

A few uses for Dehydrated Figs

Eat as a snack

Make fig preserves

Make fig jelly

Use in breads or muffins

How to Dehydrated Figs

There isn’t much too dehydrating your figs. Pick them when they are ripe and be sure to clean them. Cut the stem off and quarter or half them. Place them on your trays in a single layer and set the temperature to 135 degrees. Depending on the type of dehydrator, it should take anywhere from 6-12 hours to dry. Remember to always let your dehydrated items cool to room temperature, and than check to see if they are completely dry.

Once Dry

Place them in a air tight container and condition the figs. Once they are condition properly they are safe to put on your shelf.

Be Blessed and Enjoy

Side Note

If your wondering what conditioning is check out this article.

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