How do you rehydrate dried cherries?
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Similarly one may ask, how do you reconstitute dried cherries?
Reconstituting Dried Cherries For every 2 cups of dried cherries (any variety) use 1 cup of water. Combine water and cherries into a saucepan. Bring your water to a boil, then turn the heat to a simmer. Let cherries simmer (stirring constantly) for 10 to 15 minutes (or until plump).
Furthermore, what can I do with dehydrated cherries? Any recipe that calls for raisins or dried cranberries, I substitute dried cherries. Use them in bread pudding; they are fabulous in anything with apples and caramel. I love them with vanilla ice cream, almonds and chocolate sauce (or hot fudge). Make a sauce with them and serve over pork, even chicken.
Besides, how do you rehydrate dried fruit?
Put your dried fruit in a small bowl and cover with boiling water. Let it steep for 10 to 15 minutes, and then strain the fruit and discard the water. The fruit will be plumper, juicier, and softer. To give your fruit some extra flavor, swap the water for fruit juice or a liquor, like rum, bourbon, or brandy.
How do you rehydrate dried apples?
To rehydrate dried apples, simple soak them in hot liquid. Use about 1 cup of liquid for every 1 cup of dried apples. Heat apple juice or water in a pot until it boils. Turn off the heat, and add the apple pieces to the pot.