Dehydrated 

Best and ambient  

     

      As it supplies high quality ambient Dehydrated garlic, onion and ginger. This come as flakes, kibbled, chopped, granules and powder.

Dehydrated onion:

We are a Leading manufacturer & exporter of Dehydrated White Onion Powder, Dehydrated Onion Flake, Dehydrated White Onion Kibbled, Dehydrated White Onion Minced and Dehydrated White Onion Large Chopped from Europe and India.

 

We have set-up the most modern and integrated dehydration facility in the midst of a large onion and vegetables growing area. We supply high quality seed to our growers and get onions and vegetables grown on contract. These are harvested at the peak of maturity, flavor and taste and quickly transported to our processing facility. Manual harvesting enables the growers to supply clean and high quality produce demanded by Farm.

Located in Europe and India, our company is actively engaged in manufacturing, exporting and supplying of Dehydrated White Onion Products. Our range includes Dehydrated White Onion Flakes, Dehydrated White Onion Granules, Dehydrated White Onion Minced and Dehydrated White Onion Powder. Our White Onion Products are provided in quality assured packaging material that preserves their freshness and flavor for longer duration. We can process bulk orders and can also consider urgent requirements.

Uses: Preparation of pizza, ready to eat foods, pickles, soups, and various food pest preparations. Dry casserole mixes, stuffing mixes, food service & fast foods

Ways to Use Dehydrated Onions

Substituting dried onions is the perfect shortcut in the kitchen if you don’t have time for peeling and chopping onions. Here are some ways you can use dried onion flakes, dried minced onions, and onion powder in everyday cooking:

Add dried onions directly to foods: Add dried onion flakes and minced onions directly to simmering soups and stews. They will reconstitute with the liquid and add onion flavor.

Use onion powder in dry herb mixes: Powdered onion dissolves and combines easily to provide flavor. Onion powder also combines easily with dried herbs and spices to make a shelf-stable mix, such as DIY herb blends, taco seasoning, and rub mixes.

Rehydrate dried onions: Dehydrated minced onions can be reconstituted and used like chopped onions in raw and cooked foods. To rehydrate onions, soak one part dried minced onions in two parts warm water until soft, about 20 minutes. Then proceed with your recipe.

 

How are onions dehydrated?

Step 1: Preparing the onions

The onion skins are removed, the ends are timmed and  then sliced into even sized pieces. 

The onions can be in any shape, as long as they are all about the same size, so they will dry evenly. We can cut the onions into rings, chunks, or whatever is easiest. 

 

Step 2:  Spreading and dehidrating the onions.

 

The onions are spread evelny on the conveyer of the dehydration belt into a not a very big layer so that they dry quickly and achive good quality.

The onions stay for a long time in the dehydration tunnel  and then go thorugh a sorting line which separate any burnt piece of onion.

 

Dried Minced Onions and Onion Powder

Dehydrated onion pieces can be stored as is, or broken down further into minced onions and onion powder with a food processor, high quality blender, spice grinder, or  just an industrial grinder.

 

How to Use Dehydrated Onions

Use the following replacements for dried onion flakes, minced onions, and onion powder as a guideline to replace fresh onions in your favorite recipes. The flavor will vary depending on the onions used. Also, the flavor of dehydrated onions diminishes over time, so you may need to use more in your recipes if yours is over a year old.

Use dried onion flakes as a substitute for fresh onions in liquid-based recipes such as casseroles, chili, sauces, soup, and stews. The dried onions absorb moisture and reconstitutes as the dish cooks.

  • Small Onion (1/3 cup chopped): Substitute 1 tablespoon dried onion flakes.

  • Medium Onion (1 cup chopped): Substitute 3 tablespoons dried onion flakes.

  • Large Onion (1 1/2 cups chopped): Substitute 4.5 tablespoons dried onion flakes.

Rehydrate minced onions as a replacement for fresh chopped onions in recipes where the dried onion may not have enough liquid to soften.

Substitute rehydrated minced onions for fresh in burgers, meatloaf, and meatballs. Use reconstituted minced onions in recipes that call for chopped raw onions, such as chicken sautés, salads, and dips.

To reconstitute dried minced onions before using, soak 1 part dried minced onions in 2 parts warm water until soft, about 20 minutes. Then proceed with your recipe.

  • Small Onion (1/3 cup chopped): Substitute 2 tablespoons dried minced onions.

  • Medium Onion (1 cup chopped): Substitute 6 tablespoons dried minced onions.

  • Large Onion (1 1/2 cups chopped): Substitute 8 tablespoons dried minced onions.

Onion powder dissolves in liquid and adds a light toasted onion flavor. Use onion powder in dips, salad dressings, or sprinkle on eggs, popcorn, fries, and any dish you want an extra punch of onion flavor.

  • Small Onion (1/3 cup chopped): Substitute 1 teaspoon onion powder.

  • Medium Onion (1 cup chopped): Substitute 1 tablespoon onion powder.

  • Large Onion (1 1/2 cups chopped): Substitute 1.5 tablespoons onion powder.

Dehydrated garlic:

We are a Leading manufacturer & exporter of Dehydrated White Garlic Powder, Dehydrated Garlic Flake, Dehydrated White Garlic Kibbled, Dehydrated White Garlic Minced and Dehydrated White Garlic Large Chopped from Europe and India.

 

We have set-up the most modern and integrated dehydration facility in the midst of a large Garlic and vegetables growing area. We supply high quality seed to our growers and get Garlic and vegetables grown on contract. These are harvested at the peak of maturity, flavor and taste and quickly transported to our processing facility. Manual harvesting enables the growers to supply clean and high quality produce demanded by Farm.

Located in Europe and India, our company is actively engaged in manufacturing, exporting and supplying of Dehydrated White Garlic  Products. Our range includes Dehydrated White Garlic  Flakes, Dehydrated White Garlic Granules, Dehydrated White Garlic Minced and Dehydrated White Garlic Powder. Our White Garlic
 Products are provided in quality assured packaging material that preserves their freshness and flavor for longer duration. We can process bulk orders and can also consider urgent requirements.

Uses: Preparation of pizza, ready to eat foods, pickles, soups, and various food pest preparations. Dry casserole mixes, stuffing mixes, food service & fast foods

Ways to Use Dehydrated garlic

Substituting dried Garlic is the perfect shortcut in the kitchen if you don’t have time for peeling and chopping Garlic . Here are some ways you can use dried Garlic flakes, dried minced Garlic , and Garlic powder in everyday cooking:

Add dried Garlic directly to foods: Add dried Garlic flakes and minced Garlic  directly to simmering soups and stews. They will reconstitute with the liquid and add Garlic flavor.

Use Garlic powder in dry herb mixes: Powdered Garlic dissolves and combines easily to provide flavor. Garlic powder also combines easily with dried herbs and spices to make a shelf-stable mix, such as DIY herb blends, taco seasoning, and rub mixes.

Rehydrate dried Garlic : Dehydrated minced Garlic  can be reconstituted and used like chopped Garlic in raw and cooked foods. To rehydrate Garlic , soak one part dried minced Garlic in two parts warm water until soft, about 20 minutes. Then proceed with your recipe.

 

How is garlic dehydrated?

Step 1: Preparing the Garlic 

The Garlic skins are removed, the ends are timmed and  then sliced into even sized pieces. 

The Garlic can be in any shape, as long as they are all about the same size, so they will dry evenly. We can cut the Garlic  into rings, chunks, or whatever is easiest. 

 

Step 2:  Spreading and dehidrating the Garlic .

 

The Garlic are spread evelny on the conveyer of the dehydration belt into a not a very big layer so that they dry quickly and achive good quality.

The Garlic  stay for a long time in the dehydration tunnel  and then go thorugh a sorting line which separate any burnt piece of Garlic .

 

Dried Minced Garlic and Garlic Powder

Dehydrated Garlic pieces can be stored as is, or broken down further into minced Garlic and Garlic powder with a food processor, high quality blender, spice grinder, or  just an industrial grinder.

 

How to Use Dehydrated Garlic 

Use the following replacements for dried Garlic flakes, minced Garlic , and Garlic powder as a guideline to replace fresh Garlic in your favorite recipes. The flavor will vary depending on the Garlic used. Also, the flavor of dehydrated Garlic  diminishes over time, so you may need to use more in your recipes if yours is over a year old.

Use dried Garlic flakes as a substitute for fresh Garlic in liquid-based recipes such as casseroles, chili, sauces, soup, and stews. The dried Garlic absorb moisture and reconstitutes as the dish cooks.

  • Small Garlic (1/3 cup chopped): Substitute 1 tablespoon dried Garlic flakes.

  • Medium Garlic (1 cup chopped): Substitute 3 tablespoons dried Garlic flakes.

  • Large Garlic (1 1/2 cups chopped): Substitute 4.5 tablespoons dried Garlic flakes.

Rehydrate minced Garlic as a replacement for fresh chopped Garlic  in recipes where the dried Garlic may not have enough liquid to soften.

Substitute rehydrated minced Garlic for fresh in burgers, meatloaf, and meatballs. Use reconstituted minced Garlic in recipes that call for chopped raw Garlic , such as chicken sautés, salads, and dips.

To reconstitute dried minced Garlic before using, soak 1 part dried minced Garlic in 2 parts warm water until soft, about 20 minutes. Then proceed with your recipe.

  • Small Garlic (1/3 cup chopped): Substitute 2 tablespoons dried minced Garlic .

  • Medium Garlic (1 cup chopped): Substitute 6 tablespoons dried minced Garlic .

  • Large Garlic (1 1/2 cups chopped): Substitute 8 tablespoons dried minced Garlic .

Garlic powder dissolves in liquid and adds a light toasted Garlic flavor. Use Garlic powder in dips, salad dressings, or sprinkle on eggs, popcorn, fries, and any dish you want an extra punch of onion flavor.

  • Small Garlic (1/3 cup chopped): Substitute 1 teaspoon Garlic powder.

  • Medium Garlic (1 cup chopped): Substitute 1 tablespoon Garlic  powder.

  • Large Garlic (1 1/2 cups chopped): Substitute 1.5 tablespoons Garlic  powder.

Dehydrated ginger:

We are a Leading manufacturer & exporter of Dehydrated White Ginger Powder, Dehydrated Ginger Flake, Dehydrated White Ginger Kibbled, Dehydrated White Ginger Minced and Dehydrated White Ginger Large Chopped from Europe and India.

 

We have set-up the most modern and integrated dehydration facility in the midst of a large Ginger and vegetables growing area. We supply high quality seed to our growers and get Ginger and vegetables grown on contract. These are harvested at the peak of maturity, flavor and taste and quickly transported to our processing facility. Manual harvesting enables the growers to supply clean and high quality produce demanded by Farm.

Located in Europe and India, our company is actively engaged in manufacturing, exporting and supplying of Dehydrated White Ginger Products. Our range includes Dehydrated White Ginger Flakes, Dehydrated White Ginger Granules, Dehydrated White Ginger Minced and Dehydrated White Ginger Powder. Our White Ginger
 Products are provided in quality assured packaging material that preserves their freshness and flavor for longer duration. We can process bulk orders and can also consider urgent requirements.

Uses: Preparation of pizza, ready to eat foods, pickles, soups, and various food pest preparations. Dry casserole mixes, stuffing mixes, food service & fast foods

Ways to Use Dehydrated ginger

Substituting dried Ginger is the perfect shortcut in the kitchen if you don’t have time for peeling and chopping Ginger . Here are some ways you can use dried Ginger flakes, dried minced Ginger , and Ginger powder in everyday cooking:

Add dried Ginger directly to foods: Add dried Ginger  flakes and minced Ginger directly to simmering soups and stews. They will reconstitute with the liquid and add Ginger flavor.

Use Ginger powder in dry herb mixes: Powdered Ginger dissolves and combines easily to provide flavor. Ginger powder also combines easily with dried herbs and spices to make a shelf-stable mix, such as DIY herb blends, taco seasoning, and rub mixes.

Rehydrate dried Ginger : Dehydrated minced Ginger can be reconstituted and used like chopped Ginger in raw and cooked foods. To rehydrate Ginger , soak one part dried minced Ginger in two parts warm water until soft, about 20 minutes. Then proceed with your recipe.

 

How is ginger dehydrated?

Step 1: Preparing the Ginger 

The Ginger skins are removed, the ends are timmed and  then sliced into even sized pieces. 

The Ginger can be in any shape, as long as they are all about the same size, so they will dry evenly. We can cut the Ginger into rings, chunks, or whatever is easiest. 

 

Step 2:  Spreading and dehidrating the Ginger .

 

The Ginger are spread evelny on the conveyer of the dehydration belt into a not a very big layer so that they dry quickly and achive good quality.

The Ginger stay for a long time in the dehydration tunnel  and then go thorugh a sorting line which separate any burnt piece of Ginger .

 

Dried Minced Ginger and Ginger Powder

Dehydrated Ginger pieces can be stored as is, or broken down further into minced Ginger and Ginger powder with a food processor, high quality blender, spice grinder, or  just an industrial grinder.

 

How to Use Dehydrated Ginger 

Use the following replacements for dried Ginger flakes, minced Ginger , and Ginger powder as a guideline to replace fresh Ginger  in your favorite recipes. The flavor will vary depending on the Ginger used. Also, the flavor of dehydrated Ginger diminishes over time, so you may need to use more in your recipes if yours is over a year old.

Use dried Ginger flakes as a substitute for fresh Ginger in liquid-based recipes such as casseroles, chili, sauces, soup, and stews. The dried Ginger absorb moisture and reconstitutes as the dish cooks.

  • Small Ginger (1/3 cup chopped): Substitute 1 tablespoon dried Ginger flakes.

  • Medium Ginger (1 cup chopped): Substitute 3 tablespoons dried Ginger flakes.

  • Large Ginger (1 1/2 cups chopped): Substitute 4.5 tablespoons dried Ginger flakes.

Rehydrate minced Ginger as a replacement for fresh chopped Ginger in recipes where the dried Ginger may not have enough liquid to soften.

Substitute rehydrated minced Ginger for fresh in burgers, meatloaf, and meatballs. Use reconstituted minced Ginger in recipes that call for chopped raw Ginger , such as chicken sautés, salads, and dips.

To reconstitute dried minced Ginger before using, soak 1 part dried minced Ginger in 2 parts warm water until soft, about 20 minutes. Then proceed with your recipe.

  • Small Ginger (1/3 cup chopped): Substitute 2 tablespoons dried minced Ginger .

  • Medium Ginger (1 cup chopped): Substitute 6 tablespoons dried minced Ginger .

  • Large Ginger (1 1/2 cups chopped): Substitute 8 tablespoons dried minced Ginger .

Ginger powder dissolves in liquid and adds a light toasted onion flavor. Use Ginger powder in dips, salad dressings, or sprinkle on eggs, popcorn, fries, and any dish you want an extra punch of onion flavor.

  • Small Ginger (1/3 cup chopped): Substitute 1 teaspoon Ginger powder.

  • Medium Ginger (1 cup chopped): Substitute 1 tablespoon Ginger powder.

  • Large Ginger (1 1/2 cups chopped): Substitute 1.5 tablespoons onion Ginger powder.

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