Oven dried Clementines. The other day I was peeling a clementine at my kitchen table when I was called away and distracted for several hours. When I returned to my little pile of peels and segments, I noticed that the segments had already started to dry out. Not one to waste anything, I popped a segment in my mouth and wow!
Dried Fruits in Oven Make Healthy Snacks. Dried fruits last a long time and they make healthy snacks. Except for the pineapple slices in pineapple juice, there is no additional sugar used. You can have Oven dried Clementines using 1 ingredients and 2 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Oven dried Clementines
- Prepare of Clementines.
Citrus fruits are mostly water, so you really don't have a lot left when you take the water out. The slices were crisp on the outside and soft on the inside with an intense orange flavor. Interestingly, dried clementine slices are quite good with the skin on. The juicier and larger the food, the longer it takes to dry out.
Oven dried Clementines instructions
- Slice clementines about 5mm thick..
- Place on parchment paper. Place in oven on the lowest setting with door ajar. Cook for 3-4 hrs till dried out. Store in jar for up to 3 months.
It probably won't take a full day, but be prepared to leave them in there for long time depending on the size of the oranges and the power of your oven. Add the clementine slices, reduce heat to simmer, and place a piece of parchment paper over top of liquid to keep clementines submerged. Let them dry overnight before you use them on the wreath. Slide your baking sheet into the preheated oven. For me personally, I just like cooking with dried tangerine peel, and discovering how to make my own chen pi at home was a revelation!