Freeze drying is the perfect way to preserve varieties of apples that aren’t available year-round. Freeze-dried apples are more versatile than many think. They can use in different recipes. It includes sauces, chutneys, trail and party mixes, oatmeal, cereals, cookies, cakes, and bread puddings. In Australia, You can Freeze dry apples at home with the help of the Freeze Dryer Machine that is available in Lanphan Freeze Drying.
You don’t need expensive equipment, just your freezer. If you want to freeze your Drying apple, you need a perforated tray, mesh tray, or baking rack from a discount kitchen or baking supply store. Baking racks are also known as cooling racks and are easy to find and very inexpensive.
⦁ Clear a space in your freeze Machine at Home large enough to hold your tray or baking rack.
⦁ Wash the apples and place them on two paper towels to thoroughly dry.
⦁ Remove the core and stem from your apples, then cut each one in half vertically.
⦁ Make paper-thin vertical slices from each apple half. If your knife makes paper-thin slices, cut the apples into pieces that are no more than one-quarter inch thick.
⦁ Arrange the apple slices on your tray immediately, ensuring they do not overlap. It is for their edges to touch.
Place the apple slices in your food Drying Machine, uncovered. Let them freeze dry–this will take at least a week. To check and see if the apple slices are frozen, take one out after a week and let it thaw. It retains its color. It is ready, but if it turns a dark color. It needs more time to freeze dry in your Home Freeze Dryer Machine.
Store your freeze-dried apples in an airtight canister, plastic container, or plastic bag.
The thicker the apple slices are, the longer it will take them to freeze dry completely.
You can reconstitute your dried apples by putting them in a bowl and pouring just enough boiling water to cover them. Alternatively, add cold water to the bowl and microwave it for three to five minutes. Lanphan Freeze Drying provides you with the best and most amazing Food Freeze Dryer machines in the United States, Canada, Australia, and Southeast Asia.