Dried strawberries

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Dried strawberries

Ingredients

Strawberry 0.5KG
granulated sugar 375 g
water 175 g

Cooking method

  • Girls in a hurry to share the recipe for DRIED STRAWBERRY. I searched the forum. Did not find. I searched the Internet, found something, and ended up doing something in between. Still took the recipe of Tanya-Admin as a basis Homemade dried and dried cherries
  • for which many thanks to her !!!
  • So. I made a trial batch of 0.5 kg of strawberries almost according to the recipe, only changed the drying program, dried it in the dryer and not in the oven (as it was in the recipe from the Internet).
  • The photo is here already when I was making the second batch of strawberries. So in the photo, the portions are large)))
  • I took 0.5 kg of strawberries, washed, dried, peeled off the tails (by the way, do not throw away the tails, they will go to make fermented tea from Luda lappl1),
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  • poured 200 g of sugar. She shook the saucepan well and left it on the table for a day to extract juice.
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  • From time to time I would come up and shake the saucepan to distribute the sugar well. After a day, all the juice was separated.
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  • I poured it through a colander and set it aside. DO NOT USE strawberries for further cooking! Next, 175 g of sugar was poured into a saucepan and 175 g of water was poured. I cooked the syrup, poured the strained strawberries into it, brought it to a boil and turned off the gas. Leave it to cool for 6 hours. Six hours later, I took out strawberries in a colander with a slotted spoon.
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  • And the syrup boiled again
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  • returned the strawberries to it and left for another 6 hours. After a while, I took out the strawberries again with a slotted spoon in a colander, and since I didn't have much of it, I tried to spread it out one berry at a time, to dry out a small one. 2 syrups (juice after the first falling asleep of the berry and the syrup after boiling the berry) combined in a saucepan, boiled for 5 minutes and poured into a bottle for further use in winter.
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  • When the berries were well laid out on a pallet in the dryer (unfortunately I forgot to take a photo. Spun) and dried at a maximum temperature of 16-18 hours, probably (the berry was VERY large, but not tasty, I bought it on the market). In the process of drying, I turned it over several times (since I had nothing to do)))), I wanted to speed up the process and try what happened. It turned out DELICIOUS! The berry retained its shape (in the sense that it did not creep out from cooking). Decreased in size quite a bit, almost only became flat from the fact that I turned it over most likely.
  • After that, I bought a bucket of VERY tasty, sweet and hard strawberries from a friend (from whom I buy berries every year) and decided to repeat the experiment. But since a bucket of 12 liters of berries is not 500 g, but 6 kg., I did not calculate the strength (and besides this, there were other blanks and the little granddaughter demanded attention) and was very tired, I wanted to shorten the cooking process and I decided to do as I did in last year cherries (according to a simplified recipe). That is, she covered the berry with sugar at the rate of 400 g per 1 kg of berry and left it to settle on the table until the juice was released. As soon as the juice stood out (it was after 4 hours), I drained the juice and added 200 grams of sugar to IT, returned the berry to the pan, brought it to a boil and turned off the heat. Left to cool. After 3 hours, I strained everything, the berries were no longer dried in a colander, since there were a lot of them, I immediately laid them out on nets in the dryer and set them to the maximum. They dried in about the same way, BUT THE RESULT WAS DIFFERENT! The berries are SIGNIFICANTLY reduced in size!
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  • I think this was due to the fact that I shortened the time for separating the juice and further aging in the sugar syrup. But still, the berry turned out to be delicious. My granddaughter appreciated it. She is only 1.9 months old, but after she tasted the berry, she constantly took me by the handle and led me to the kitchen for the next portion)))
  • Here is a photo for comparison. Large from a small first portion and small from a bucket of berries.
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  • So make jerky strawberries, the result will please you anyway!
  • And from the second bucket of strawberries dried chips. Again, from a 12L bucket, 2 liter cans of the most fragrant strawberry chips turned out!
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Note

I decided to add a photo of my assistants, suddenly someone will come in handy. VERY useful stuff. Recommend
I removed the ponytails with the help of this device, purchased from Fixprice last year

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I cut the chips with the help of such a beauty. I bought on Ali

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Dried strawberries

Admin
Oh, how delicious!
And how well prepared! Super!

Luda, THANKS for the strawberry!
Venera007
While I was reading, I almost choked with saliva ... Eh, we still don't have tasty strawberries, and the prices are sky-high .. So for now I will swallow saliva and have patience
kil
Quote: Venera007

While I was reading, I almost choked with saliva ... Eh, we still don't have tasty strawberries, and the prices are sky-high .. So for now I will swallow saliva and have patience
+1, it turned out very beautiful and probably delicious yay ...................
space
Luda, the recipe is gorgeous
Thank you very much for the deliciousness and beauty
Until the dryer is purchased, at what temperature in the oven do you recommend drying?
how best to preserve this wealth (hide where?)
Fofochka
Myrtle
Ludmila, Thanks for the recipe, bookmarked. We'll try the dryer !!!!
Mila1
Admin, Tanya, thanks for YOUR rating! If not for your "dried cherry", I would not dare to take a strawberry



Added on Friday 17 Jun 2016 03:35 PM

Quote: Venera007

While I was reading, I almost choked with saliva ... Eh, we still don't have tasty strawberries, and the prices are sky-high .. So for now I will swallow saliva and have patience
Tanya, and our prices are not small, so I bought 2 buckets (though 12 liters each), 1500 rubles each


Added on Friday 17 Jun 2016 03:37 PM

Quote: kil

+1, it turned out very beautiful and probably delicious yay ...................
Irish, delicious But only when you make it according to the recipe (i.e. the first option). it turns out very sweet even the one that was not tasty initially, but according to the second option, the strawberry itself was VERY sweet) and I could not stand it in the new sugar syrup and it turned out sour than the first But also tasty


Added on Friday 17 Jun 2016 03:41 PM

Quote: space

Luda, the recipe is gorgeous
Thank you very much for the deliciousness and beauty
Until the dryer is purchased, at what temperature in the oven do you recommend drying?
how best to preserve this wealth (hide where?)
Lidochka, in that recipe. which I found drying in the oven It was written like this
Put the strawberries on a baking sheet and place them in an oven preheated to 85 degrees. After 30 min. take out, cool, mix with a wooden spatula.
Heat treatment is carried out 2 more times, but the temperature in the oven is reduced to 75 degrees. Then we cool and keep the berries at a temperature of 30 degrees for 6-8 hours, in an electric dryer.

It's easy for me to save The main thing is that my mommy has enough for her little granddaughter. Well, and also a pregnant niece and daughter-in-law. And I myself and the rest (those who are not pregnant) only occasionally try ... something like that


Added on Friday 17 Jun 2016 03:42 PM

Myrtle, Natasha. be sure to try a small portion And then you will decide what you need
Helen
Mila1
Fofochka, Helen. Thank you
Helen3097, Helen, nothing to fall, you need to do
Myrtle
Quote: Mila1
A small portion And then you will decide what you need
Ludmila, I definitely need it and I will make a batch right away.
space
Quote: Mila1
It's easy for me to save The main thing is that my mommy has enough for her little granddaughter. Well, and also a pregnant niece and daughter-in-law. And I myself and the rest (those who are not pregnant) only occasionally try ... something like that
Is that easy?
"recipients": girl_haha: I will distribute not earlier than November. Maybe put it in the freezer? I don’t worry about dry strawberries, but I haven’t done dried strawberries before.
Mila1
Myrtle, Natasha, just don't put all the strawberries in one container at once, so that they don't crush each other. better stripped by a couple of kg. And shaking the pots will be easier


Added on Friday 17 Jun 2016 4:05 pm

Quote: space

Is that easy?
"recipients": girl_haha: I will distribute not earlier than November. Maybe put it in the freezer? I don’t worry about dry strawberries, but I haven’t done dried strawberries before.
Lidochka, I still have dried cherries from last year. I kept it on the loggia just in the Tupper container ("aquacontrol"). Well preserved With a glass probably left. The most difficult thing was to tear off this little tray from the guests who came.Last year I piled 3 buckets of cherries
Myrtle
Well thank you!!
Trishka
This is work, straight dessertion!
Beautiful berries!
RepeShock

Luda, what a beauty !!!!!
You are just a clever girl, I am not capable of such feats)))

Quote: Mila1
dried the chips.

At what temperature and how long, tell me, please. You were drying in the dryer?
(I can still do this, I hope)
Creamy
Mila1, Lyudmila, just a masterpiece recipe! Bravo!
Trishka
Quote: RepeShock
what temperature and how long
And I'm curious, I’m unlikely to dry a whole berry, we don’t have so much of it, but maybe I’ll scrape it up for chips ..
Piano
Quote: Mila1
and dried at a maximum temperature of 16-18 hours probably
RepeShock

Piano, it's not about chips)
Mila1
Trishka, RepeShock, Piano, Creamy, girls. Thank you all my dears for stopping by. Now, while the season is still worth doing at least a little. This is not difficult. There, all operations take minutes. It's just a long time, from start to finish. But he fell asleep ... set it aside, boiled it, set it aside again, etc.
Quote: RepeShock
At what temperature and how long, tell me, please. You were drying in the dryer?
Ira, I first dried the chips at the maximum in Isidri, probably about 3 hours. and then switched to medium, in the night I was afraid of how they would dry up, suddenly I would burn it In the morning I turned it on for a couple of hours again and dried it up. About 12 hours, probably, maybe I didn't notice something in less time.The dryer didn't turn off for 3 days at all ... dill, parsley, garlic arrows, celery, green onions,
strawberries, lemon ... and so on in a circle ... only had time to empty the trays and refill them. I got tired so that yesterday I lay all day ... my whole body ached
RepeShock

Understood, Luda, thanks!

Quote: Mila1
dill, parsley

Forgive me for not on the topic, but it's better to ask and remember right away))) And how do you dry these (tem-ra, time, approximately)?
(I just don't have time to master the dryer)))) That's just what you need and I will find out
Mila1
Quote: RepeShock
And how do you dry these (temp-ra, time, approximately)?
Ira, I free the stems from the leaves and panicles, cut them and lay them out on marshmallow trays (this is more convenient for me) and dry them separately. And I scroll the stalks in a meat grinder and also put this mass on trays for marshmallows. The foliage dries quickly for about 3 hours, probably (I don't even notice something, I say I have a conveyor), and the rolled mass is a little longer. I don’t bother with the temperature that I’m drying out more important things at the moment, I’m adjusting to that temperature.


Added on Friday 17 Jun 2016 5:58 pm

Now I want to set up a separate recipe for garlic arrows for seasoning
RepeShock

Class! Thank you!

Display all recipes for sure!
Mila1
Quote: RepeShock
Display all recipes for sure!
Ira, exposed

Garlic Arrows for Seasoning (Dried). (Mila1)

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Trishka
And how to dry the chips?
Oh, and the arrows will come in handy!
Mila1
Quote: Trishka
And how to dry the chips?
Ksyusha, I answered here to Irina
https://Mcooker-en.icdself.com/index.php@option=com_smf&topic=459411.0
Trishka
And so this is about chips at the top, apparently I haven't read it attentively ... thank you!
Mila1
Trishka,
Mila1
Admin, Tanechka. thanks for the tip
RepeShock
Quote: Mila1
Ira, exposed

Tumanchik
Lyudochka, you looked straight into the water or not, I don't know. But the current I wrote in Temka about dried strawberries and strawberry dust. I won't be able to expose everything. After all, I just got a dryer. And before that in the oven I dried a little - hemorrhoids and hot. Maybe someone will need it. Lyudochka, won't you be offended if I write to you?
Admin
Quote: Tumanchik

But the current I wrote in Temka about dried strawberries and strawberry dust. I won't be able to expose everything. Lyudochka, won't you be offended if I write to you?

Irisha, I'm offended
DO NOT BE LAZY!
Expose with the author's recipe, do not hide good ideas in other topics

I try so hard to collect our collection more fully and wider - and you spoil all the statistics for me
Tumanchik
Quote: Admin

Irisha, I'm offended
DO NOT BE LAZY!
Expose with the author's recipe, do not hide good ideas in other topics

I try so hard to collect our collection more fully and wider - and you spoil all the statistics for me
Tanya, she was going to skoka ... it was not laziness ... they bought a current dryer (everything is awful with us). and strawberries have already risen in price ... Brestskaya is leaving. and the local is expensive. if I had my own ... and so I would at least feed the children fresh and freeze them for the winter ... sorry ... it's too late ..
Mila1
Quote: Tumanchik
won't you be offended if I write to you too?
Ira. I will not be offended ... write everyone who knows what is good
But Tanechka is right so I want separate recipes so as not to lose ANYTHING
Tumanchik
Quote: Mila1
so I want separate recipes so as not to lose ANYTHING
tada wait until Belarusians get rich
it's about Thursday at once and it rains
Mila1
Tumanchik, Irochka, you won't believe what I was doing now. I ran to look at your message, and at the same time added a new interesting Temko to the bookmarks. Well what can I say, we all come to the same empirically. Here is a BIG part of what is shown in this video, I have it in powder. I finished it myself Only I don’t sift anything. Everything is crushed to the extent that I want. If you want it big, you want it in flour. How I bought a grinder (or is it such a super-duper coffee grinder, I don't know) Proficuk. so everything and I am experimenting. And I am happy with the results of the experiments. Here is land and shallow, land and shallow
And the recipe for waiting
I will say more ... I have even more than in the video
Tumanchik
Quote: Mila1
Only I don't sift anything.
but I do not sift - it's a pity !!!
try the strawberries too! thing!!! and if strawberries, then
Mila1
Quote: Tumanchik
try the strawberries too! thing!!!
And I have strawberries and raspberries and even beetroot and carrot powders And I also make my universal seasoning part in powder (for smooth sauces I use it where I want the consistency to be smooth, but the taste of all vegetables is present)
Tumanchik
By the way, I was lucky in my life to work on a strawberry plantation .. so I can eat a lot of strawberries. lots of!!!! and then eat-eat ... eat-eat ... then into the woods and on a new one ... but now it seems FSE! and then you start to show off! on the twigs some berries wither naturally! they get small, wrinkled, but delicious !!!! that's how we chased the collection for such berries! and then again ... eat-eat ... eat-eat ...
therefore, I will definitely cook such a strawberry according to your recipe next year!
Mila1
Tumanchik, Irish, but I can't eat a lot of strawberries Mommy loves her very much, but I'm calm, we eat a little first and that's it. But to visit such a plantation Maybe I would also taste
Admin
Quote: Tumanchik

Tanya, she was going to skoka ... it's not laziness ... they bought a current dryer (everything is awful with us). and strawberries have already risen in price ... Brestskaya is leaving. and the local is expensive. if I had one of my own ... and so I would at least feed the children fresh and freeze them for the winter ... sorry ... it's too late ..

Ira, place FAST recipe theme , even without a photo - but so that it was author's recipe-theme
And there will be an opportunity, we will always redo it with pictures, according to all the rules.

Most of all, I don’t want when all our thoughts out loud, advices have sunk into the topics of different authors - and then they run to the topic "find a recipe" and the whole collective farm of the forum begins to remember and look for "I saw somewhere"
And we need it? It's easier to immediately post your thoughts in the form of a recipe or just a topic - and everyone will be happy, including me as a moderator
Mila1
Quote: Admin
Ira, post a FAST recipe-theme, albeit without a photo - but so that it is an author's recipe-theme
I support
Tumanchik
well lana ... but the topic.I promise this weekend!
ang-kay
Oh, and I'm making strawberries now. Only by another method. If everything works out, I'll post it too.
Mila1
ang-kay, Angela, we are waiting for the recipe Strawberry is still on the market, suddenly I still have time to repeat
Sweetheart
Push me, please, I can't find what to do with the sepals. I will dry strawberries today
Mila1
Sweetheart, Tanechka, I wash the strawberries together with the sepals, then free the berries from them, dry the leaves. spread them out on a paper towel. While I am working on the berry, they are dried (if you need to change the paper towels a couple of times). Then I put it in a bag and in the freezer. Then I will use them in making fermented tea.

Fermented tea made from leaves of garden and wild plants (master class) (lappl1)

Dried strawberries



Added Wednesday 22 Jun 2016 02:18 PM

And today I am making the fourth batch of strawberry chips and dried strawberries
Sweetheart
Mila1, Thank you!! I will make tea and strawberries for the first time))


Added Wednesday 22 Jun 2016 02:24 PM

We have already eaten 6 liters, we need to make blanks)

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