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How to Dehydrate Broccoli
Learn to dehydrate broccoli in a number of ways to make a shelf-stable vegetable perfect for long-term food storage to add to soups, stews, casseroles, eggs, side dishes and more!
broccoli, dried broccoli
Begin by cleaning a broccoli head with warm water.
Cut the broccoli head into equal-size florets for uniform drying time.
Blanch the sections of the broccoli separately.
The standard blanching time is 3 minutes for a boiling water blanch.
Cool in an ice water bath
Allow the broccoli to airdry on a lint-free towel as you prepare the rest of your dehydrating.
Slice broccoli stems or rough chop them in a food processor or with a knife depending on what your end product wish is (slices vs powder).
Add them to dehydrator trays, sorting by the size of the pieces.
Dehydrate at 125°C / 52°C for 8 to 12 hours.
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