SWEET, CRISPY SUCCESS
S U C C E S S
That is how you spell, well success….which is what I have in drying banana chips. 🙂
At 13 1/2 hours.
they were not quite there yet.
At 14 1/2 hours. Sweet, sweet success!
They don’t get “crisp” until you let them cool. I kept waiting for crisp in the dehydrator. It never happened. Once they were not soft anymore I took them out. I let them cool and TA-DA crisp banana chips.
I’m fairly sure there is a learning curve. It’s possible that the chips were ready at 14 hours, but until I took them out and let them cool I had no way to know if they were going to get crisp or not.
The dehydrator sounds a bit like the window unit A/C you might find in a motel. It’s a little loud, lucky for us the kitchen and the bedrooms are on opposite sides of the house.
Here’s a look at the finished banana chips.
I washed and dried the trays. Now I have sugar snap peas in the dehydrator. I’m still on my never-ending quest to make my snap peas into a crispy snack. Here’s a peek.
Wish me luck!
- Posted in: blogging ♦ Cooking ♦ food dehydrator ♦ homemaking ♦ snacks ♦ things that make you go Yum
- Tagged: Banana chips, bananas, Food dehydrator, snacks, sugar snap peas
Do sweet potato chips next! Yes, I’m living vicariously.
I will do sweet potato chips, just for you, after I make jerky. It’s next on the list.