Fruit Roll Up

Chaya Suri Leitner Recipe By
  • Cook & Prep: 8 h
  • Serving: 4
  • No Allergens
By Chaya Suri Leitner/Spice n' Zest

Ingredients (3)

Main ingredients

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Prepare the Fruit Roll Up

  1. Preheat oven to the lowest number (mine went to 170 degrees Fahrenheit). Line a baking sheet with plastic wrap or a baking mat.

  2. Puree all the ingredients in a blender until smooth. Pour onto the prepared baking sheet and spread to an even layer, tap the baking sheet on the counter.

  3. Place the baking sheet into the oven for four to eight hours (depending on your oven temp, start to check after four hours) until center is not sticky to touch.

  4. Remove from oven and let cool for a few minutes then peel the fruit leather off the baking mat or plastic, cut into strips and roll in parchment paper.

Note:

*Depending on the fruit and how ripe it is you’re going to need more or less sweetener, I like to use honey but you can use sugar, maple syrup, agave, rice syrup. I suggest you start with a tablespoon and add to taste...

 

*You can use whatever fruit you like just follow the method above. Another fun twist, you can add a second flavor to the pan and swirl it in.
Other fruit you can use: peaches, mango, blueberries, raspberries, persimmon...

 

*You can also add spices to your fruit puree like cinnamon, nutmeg, lavender, vanilla, cardamom.

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  • Leya

    Fruit Roll Up

    Plastic

    Just to clarify, you place plastic wrap in the oven and it doesnt burn or stick to the fruit leather?
    Posted by Leya |February 13, 2017
    Replies:
    Chaia Frishman  - Kosher.com Admin
    That's what the recipe says. The temperature is really low so it won't. If you are not comfortable with that, I suggest a silicone baking sheet.
    Posted by Chaiaadmin|February 13, 2017
    Michal Frischman - Kosher.com Admin
    Plastic wrap melts at about 220F. So if you're baking at a lower temp than 220 you should be fine. Additionally, many restaurant chefs cover baking dishes or pans with plastic wrap and then foil, making sure there is no exposed wrap hanging down the sides of the pan, since the steam inside the dish ensures the wrap heats to no higher than 212F. If you're concerned about plastic or are unsure if your oven can go lower than 220, go with the silicone mat.
    Posted by michalf|February 14, 2017
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  • Leya

    Fruit Roll Up

    Plastic

    Just to clarify, you place plastic wrap in the oven and it doesnt burn or stick to the fruit leather?
    Posted by Leya |February 13, 2017
    Replies:
    Chaia Frishman  - Kosher.com Admin
    That's what the recipe says. The temperature is really low so it won't. If you are not comfortable with that, I suggest a silicone baking sheet.
    Posted by Chaiaadmin|February 13, 2017
    Michal Frischman - Kosher.com Admin
    Plastic wrap melts at about 220F. So if you're baking at a lower temp than 220 you should be fine. Additionally, many restaurant chefs cover baking dishes or pans with plastic wrap and then foil, making sure there is no exposed wrap hanging down the sides of the pan, since the steam inside the dish ensures the wrap heats to no higher than 212F. If you're concerned about plastic or are unsure if your oven can go lower than 220, go with the silicone mat.
    Posted by michalf|February 14, 2017
    0

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