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Saturday, March 27, 2010

Dehydrating Potatoes (Hashbrowns) and Yogurt

Look at this lovely sheet of yogurt to go into the dehydrator.  Yum! So tasty.  I made four trays of yogurt like this, and when dried, it makes a delicious snack!

Also the hashbrowns were made by boiling the potatoes as if for potato salad, then shredding them, and placing them on the drying trays.  A few hours later they were very crisp and dry and ready to be put into Food Saver bags.

Yum!

6 comments:

Stephen and Lovell Nix said...

I want to reach out and grab it out of the screen to sample it! It does look good!

Little Lady Cakes said...

Great blog!

- Amy M.

Amanda said...

Hmm...that yogurt sounds interesting. I never even knew you could do that!

Joyfulhomemaker said...

Question?? when you dehydrate the yogurt can it be ground to a powder and stored and sealed in a jar????tempac the

Ldswoman said...

Thank you for the question On my blog. I have not tried to dry yogurt and then pulverize it into a powder.. However one method you may try is to dehydrate it about 3 hours longer than you normally would until pretty brittle, and then put it in a plastic bag into the freezer overnight. After it is well frozen crumble it up using a rolling pin on the bag, crushing the frozen, dried yogurt. that should pulverize it down pretty much which might work for you. Be sure to ck out my 3 dehydrating soups and bread books! Write me directly at Ldswoman@yahoo.com.

-Pam

Joyfulhomemaker said...

Thanks for the reply..I will give it a try...I noticed your book..will have to put it on my wishlist..cheers