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Dehydrating Apple Sauce

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Published on Jun 23, 2012

A classic fruit leather recipe. In this video I'll be using a gas oven and some parchment paper lined trays on a low heat to dehydrate the apple sauce.

Start by spreading some apple sauce on a pan lined with parchment paper and slide it into the oven which should be set at 140°F to 200°F for 6-8 hours. It is important not to exceed 200°F or else the sugars in the sauce my caramelize or burn. Keep an eye on it the whole time, checking more often during the later stages. When it is no longer tacky to the touch you may let it cool and it then peel it off the parchment paper for storage.

To rehydrate tear the fruit leather into small chunks and then add hot water to it. Remember you can add more water but you can't take it back out, so start with just enough to cover the fruit leather and then seal it up in your cozies for 10-15 minutes. After stiring it if it is not the consistancy you like you can add more hot water. If not you can then enjoy it while it's still hot or wait until it's cold. If you are feeling adventurous add some cinnamon or other flavourings.

Hope you enjoy!

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