When Em visited last, she wanted to make sushi. At the look of panic on my face, my husband helpfully suggested summer roles instead. Now we are obsessed with rolling everything into rice wraps. Kind of like putting out the pretty pitcher of water with lemon or cucumber slices in it to trick us into drinking more water, the rolls help me gobble down salad.
There are so many options out there. This recipe was my guide. Today’s special is lettuce, cucumber, radish and carrot with a sesame ginger dipping sauce. How simple is that!
We finally pulled the free dehydrator out of the basement. It intimidated me. I will admit that. The chives, oregano and sage all loved the rain so much even the weeds did not stand a chance. Yesterday I clipped the masses and found my tarragon and thyme again.
I started with the sage. Half dried over night. The rest is finishing off now. The kitchen smells like Thanksgiving! AndI’m officially hooked. Let’s dry everything!
The steps were simple. Cut in the morning, pick off the good leaves, rinse and dry and in the salad spinner, lay on the shelves and let it go over night. Two tips I have are to preheat the dehydrator and to rotate the shelves a few hours in. This is the best resource I found to take the mystery out of this process!