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Dry fruit is dried fruit that has been ground up and packed in bags.
It is often used in desserts, baked goods, and sauces.
If you have any questions about dry fruit, please feel free to ask.
It has always been my goal to make these dry fruits more accessible for the community to enjoy, so I am happy to share some of my favorites.
Dry Fruit Recipe #1: Honey-Baked Dried Apple Cider Dry Fruit recipe: Honey Apple Ciders Dry Fruit (recipe) Author: Alyssa Yarbrough Recipe type: Dessert, Appetizer, Snack Cuisine: American Ingredients 4 apples, sliced 1 1/2 cups fresh apple juice 1/4 cup sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1/8 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/16 teaspoon salt Instructions Peel the apples.
Cut into 1/3 inch slices.
Add 1 cup of sugar to the juice.
Stir the apples until the sugar dissolves and the apple juice separates.
Add cinnamon, vanilla, and salt to taste.
Add apples to the cider juice and stir until completely blended.
Pour into a chilled glass jar and let sit at room temperature for a few hours.
The apples will continue to dry after a few days.
If it is too warm, add an ice cube to the mixture to help thicken it up.
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