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The Spicy Dehydrator Cookbook: 95 Incredible Recipes to Turn Up the Heat on Jerky, Hot Sauce, Fruit Leather and More


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English | ISBN: 1624145027 | 2018 | EPUB | 192 Pages | 106 MB

Easy, Flavorful and Hot Recipes for Your Dehydrator

Take your dehydrator to new and spicy heights with Michael Hultquist's innovative recipes for everything from hot sauces and spice mixes to jerky and soups that you can rehydrate later. If you're in the mood for a mildly spicy jerky or want a hot sauce recipe that will take your breath away, The Spicy Dehydrator Cookbook has got you covered.

These recipes will help you get better use out of your dehydrator and stock your pantry with staples that last longer and taste better too. Serious chiliheads will love the Ragin' Cajun Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce and Spicy Coffee-Maple Bacon Jerky. Easily-rehydrated meals like Butternut Squash Risotto and Coconut Chickpea Curry can make any meal gourmet in no time, and Chocolate-Strawberry Power Bars are perfect for a healthy energy boost on the go.

With helpful tips, tricks and killer recipes, The Spicy Dehydrator Cookbook has everything you need to spice up your food preserving game.
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