How to Dehydrate Pineapple





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Uploaded on Oct 11, 2011

One of the best buys I've found lately are the large cans of sliced pineapple, packed in 100% juice, for $1 at Walmart. I dehydrate the pineapple slices and make the delicious juice into jelly or syrup. This is so much better than any dried pineapple I've ever had. The kind you usually buy has been treated with and oil, and been sugared. I don't like that at all...the taste is not appealing to me. The kind I'm showing you here is in a class of it's own. It fresh tasting and not sugary like the commercially prepared kind. I hope you'll try it and like it as much as we do.


3 1/2 cups pineapple juice
4 1/2 cups sugar
1 (1.75 ounce)package dry pectin

Bring juice and pectin to a boil. Add sugar. Return to a hard boil for one minute. Remove from heat. Ladle into sterile jars. Wipe rims of jars and place hot seals and bands on. Process in boiling water bath for 15 minutes. Remove from bath onto towel lined kitchen counter, away from drafts. Let cool completely. Remove rings. Wipe jars and store in a cool dark place until ready to use.

For syrup: reduce pectin to half a package.



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