Dehydrated lemons can be used to make lemonade or infused water, or used in various recipes such as delicious lemon tart desserts! You can also bake fish on top in a dish with 1/4 inches of water for a fresh lemon burst! You can also dehydrate lemon zest or fine ground dehydrated lemons to make dry rubs or seasoning for grilling or other dishes. They are light weight and will last many years if stored properly.
A properly dehydrated lemon chip will “click” when dropped on the table, and should feel dry and not sticky to the touch. They will also be somewhat malleable but can be broken in half but not crumbled. If yours do not feel this way, just put them back in the dehydrator for a few more hours!
Are your lemons dark brown in color after dehydrating? You probably are dehydrating at too high a temp! Try 125 degrees for 8-10 hours! Also, always use a stainless steel blade to slice! Despite these tips, some lemons will still turn dark in color over time, but they are still good to use!