Dehydrated bell peppers are both versatile and easy to make. They will store for years if stored properly. Use these dehydrated peppers in soups and stews, or bake with chicken or other recipes for a sweet punch. Cut with scissors into flakes or powder to add flare to almost any dish.
You can also put in a jar and add boiling pickling juice to make a spicy treat, or grind in a blender to a concentrated powder you can use for spices and dry rubs!
A properly dehydrated pepper will “click” when dropped on the table. Pepper slices will feel dry to the touch, and can be easily broken or cut with scissors. If yours do not feel this way, just put them back in the dehydrator for a few more hours!
Dehydrated peppers won’t wilt and spoil in your crisper. Store them for years in a jar or vacuum bag, and use when you need!