Dehydrator Vegetable Recipes

Just eating dried vegetables plain can get a bit boring. There are some more glamorous ways of drying vegetables so you can enjoy them as a real treat.



A quite glamorous paste for chips to make is Chivy Cheese Chips.  Cottage cheese is blended in a food processor with a ripe tomato, an onion, and cayenne and garlic powder. The mixture is then placed in a dehydrator and sliced into sections.



Nacho Kale chips are very easy to make and are very high in B-12 and minerals. Blend together cashews, lemon juice, brewer’s yeast, salt, cumin, chili powder and garlic powder.  The Kale leaves are torn into pieces and then dehydrated to make chips.



You can also make your own version of  Sour Cream & Onion potato chips  by slicing potatoes and coating them in chopped onion, yogurt and salt.  Dehydrate and then eat like you would regualar chips.  You can also use sour cream or even buttermilk but the Yogurt is slightly healthier for you.



Tomato, Basil and Flax crackers re also very nourishing. This is one cup sunflower seeds mixed with 1.2 up sun-dried tomato, flax seeds, basil, moist fresh tomato, celery, dates, jalapeno peppers, olive oil and salt. The ingredients are blended together



One recipe that is indispenable for survivalist is the simple one for Cream of Tomato Soup mix in a Jar.   Dry tomatoes in a dehydrator and then grind them into a powder in a blender. Add powdered mil a bit of suet and salt and ground cinnamon. To make the soup in a shelter you only need to add boiling water and bit of butter or margarine to make a very tasty soup.



You can also make a delicious powdered mix for potato soup in the same way. You dehydrate the potatoes and then pulse all of that together with dried tomato’s, carrots, green beans, bell peers, mushrooms, onion basil, oregano, garlic, mustard, celery powder, parmesan cheese and instant milk powder.



Another option is to make dehydratd root and ham soup.  You can dry any type of root vegetable such as parsnips, turnips and carrots and then combined with dried green beans, onions, brussels sprouts, carrots, bell peppers, celerity powder garlic, Worcestershire sauce and celery seeds.



Flavorful food can make a real difference while you are in a survivalist situation so it is nice to stock up on different varieties of food to keep things interesting.  It is simply good for morale.