Dehydrated Jalapenos

Whether you prefer them as a smoky powder or crunchy flakes, dehydrated jalapeños add a new dimension to a wide range of dishes – from salsas and dressings to meats and vegetables.



Begin by washing the jalapeños thoroughly under running water. After washing, dry them completely using a clean towel or paper towel.

Step 1

Slice the jalapeños into thin rounds, about 1/8th to 1/4th of an inch thick. If you prefer less heat, feel free to remove the seeds.

Step 2

If using a dehydrator, place the jalapeño slices on the trays without overlapping. Dehydrate the jalapeños for 8-12 hours or until completely dry and brittle.

Step 3