Dried strawberries are incredibly versatile and can be added to sweet or savory dishes. Try them in hot or cold cereal, salads and dried fruit chutneys. They also re-hydrate beautifully to create a delicious sauce.
Dried fruits are a useful ingredient to have in the kitchen at all times; their long shelf life coupled with their nutritional values and great flavor make them a favorite for chefs and home cooks alike. These dried strawberries have a vibrant red color and an amazing chewy but tender texture.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with eating these little gems straight out of the bag, but for minimal effort you can use them to spice up lots of dishes. They make a great addition to hot and cold cereal, trail mixes and even salads. If you’re feeling slightly more adventurous, try adding a handful to your favorite chunky cookie recipe, or a muffin batter. To get the most culinary value from your dehydrated berries, try re-hydrating them in a sauce pan of sugar water, fruit juice or even liquor. Reduce down the resulting sauce and use it to soak cakes, top ice cream sundaes, or even as a sweet dipping sauce for a savory chicken or shrimp dish.
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