Dried Parsnips

Dried parsnips – recipe with photo, food preservation for the winter
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Cooking time: 30 minutes

Difficulty: Simple recipe

Recipe yield: 400 g

Dried parsnips – a food preservation recipe for the winter, parsnips are very underestimated, it gives the dish a special aroma and taste. Parsnips can be harvested in different ways, they are well stored in a box of sand, but if you do not live in a house, but in an apartment, this is slightly inconvenient. Of course, dried parsnips can not be used in all dishes, for example, in a salad it will no longer be so pleasant, but it will be very good to use it in making soups or when stewing with various vegetables.

Dried parsnips ingredients

Dried parsnips recipe

Peeled and chopped parsnips

To make a dried parsnips recipe, wash and peel the roots well. You can peel parsnips in different ways, you can scrape off the skin with a knife if the parsnips are fresh and only from the garden. And if it is slightly wilted, the skin can be cut off with a knife. Next, the parsnips need to be chopped.

Parsnips laid out for drying

You can cut the parsnip as you like, you can cut it into cubes, you can cut it into cubes, but the most common way is in circles. Parsnips that are sliced are easiest to dry if you don't dry them in the dryer. Place the sliced parsnips on a tray and place them on a sunny windowsill or in a well-ventilated area. After parsnips dry, transfer them to a container and store in a dry, dark place.

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