Peach leather
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Peach leather
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:48:55 AM. Recipe ID 10166. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Peach leather
 Categories: Fruits/nuts
      Yield: 6 Servings
 
     10 lg Fully ripe peaches
      1 c  Sugar
 
  Peel and slice peaches to measure 10 cups. Put peaches in large
  saucepan. Add sugar and bring mixture to boil, stirring until sugar
  is dissolved. Working in batches, pour mixture into blender or food
  processor and puree. Cool to lukewarm. Meanwhile, prepare smooth,
  level drying surface in full sunlight. Cover baking sheets,
  jelly-roll pans or other flat surfaces with plastic wrap. Pour peach
  puree onto prepared surface, spread to 18-inch thickness and let dry
  in sunlight. Cover with screen to avoid insects. Drying may take 20
  to 24 hours. Bring puree inside at end of day and finish drying
  second day. Or set sheets of fruit in baking pans in oven at 150F and
  leave door open. Fruit is dry when puree can be peeled off plastic
  easily. For storing, roll up leather with plastic wrap. Wrap in more
  plastic wrap and seal tightly. Leather will keep at room temperature
  about 1 month, in refrigerator about 4 months or 1 year in freezer.
  Tear or cut into strips to eat.
  
  Note: Other fresh fruits in season, such as strawberries, plums,
  apricots and pears, may be substituted for the peaches. Compatible
  combinations of fruits also may substituted for a single fruit. Makes
  about 3 (15- x 10-in) sheets
 




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Recipe ID 10166 (Apr 03, 2005)

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