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Dehydrated Mixed Vegetables- Supplier, Exporter

Dehydrated Mixed Vegetables are a popular ingredient, widely used in making different types of cuisine. Dehydrated mixed vegetables are an assortment of dehydrated vegetables that include carrot, beans, cabbage, tomato, parsley, capsicum. Immensely popular for long term use, dehydrated mixed vegetables are the way to go, be it, for looking for easy ways of living a healthy life. Dehydrated veggies are a must-have for every kitchen pantry. Also, they are compact and lightweight and can be kept indefinitely at room temperature. 

Dried Mixed Vegetables are Made Up Of:

Dried mixed vegetables enable an efficient stock-up and preservation of your favourite vegetables when they are in season and at their cheapest. Each vegetable has its own distinct benefits. These include: 

Dehydrated Carrot – Dried carrots preserve the bright orange colour, flavour and most of the nutrients of fresh carrots. They taste great in soups, stews, and pasta sauces.
Dehydrated Beans – Green beans are crispy and have a pleasant flavour that makes us feel full longer. They are ideal for a nutritious meal while on the move.

Dehydrated Cabbage – Light green and white in colour, fresh and flavourful dehydrated cabbage is crunchy. It adds a delicious texture to soups, noodles and other delicious recipes.
Dehydrated Tomato – These tangy and zesty tomatoes have a distinctly rich aroma and delectable taste and purity. They are used for preparing sauces, gravies and other dishes.
Dehydrated Parsley – They taste mildly sweet and add a grassy flavour to a variety of cuisine. It is best, as a wonderful garnish on any dish.
Dehydrated Capsicum - Dehydrated green capsicum adds an attractive colour and a pungent aroma, taste and flavour to dips, marinades, sauces, soups and stews.

Manufacturing Process: 

Firstly, the vegetables are washed nicely. Then, they are nicely trimmed and cut in the desired sizes only to be steam-blanched. After that, the vegetable pieces are all spread out on the trays to remove excess moisture. The dehydrator is preheated to anywhere between 130-140 degrees Fahrenheit. The vegetables are then placed on the drying trays and dried till the vegetables are shrivelled and turn brittle for longer storage. Once dehydrated, the vegetables are then cooled down. 

How and Why Dried Mixed Vegetables?

As nutritious as the fresh ones, Dehydrated mixed vegetables are loaded with vitamins and minerals that one’s body needs. After a long period of hiking or any similar activity that requires a lot of energy, these nutrients are bound to drain out. Dehydrated mixed vegetables provide these much-needed nutrients.

Dehydrated mixed vegetables are ready-to-eat and time is not wasted in cutting or chopping them. They can just be mixed with any food. And they last long and there is no chance of spoilage. Dehydrated Mixed Vegetables are not bound to get spoilt or even bruised, even if kept at the bottom of the backpack and are sure to last long too. So, dehydrated mixed vegetables play a key role in meeting the much needed nutritional requirements, satisfying the hunger pangs of the backpackers and meeting their taste as well.

Application: 

Dehydrated mixed vegetables are perfect in the following industries:
Manufacturing Industries: They act as a flavouring agent to industries manufacturing tomato ketchup, sauces, pickles, seasonings ingredients of soups, canned food, etc.
Bakery: They are added to items such as vegetable patties, burgers, rolls, hamburgers, pizzas, sandwiches, masala buns etc. 
Restaurants: They add great taste to Chinese noodles, pulao, biriyani, rice dishes like fried rice, khichdi, upma, salads and side dishes, gravies, curries, meat, sausages, etc.
Food Processing Industries: They are used in manufacturing instant noodles, ready-to-eat mixes, ready-to-make soups and stews, rice pre-mixes, ready-to-make gravies/ curries, etc. 

Health benefits: 

  • Retains 100% calorie content 
  • Reduces the risk of cancer
  • Contains no fat or cholesterol 
  • No loss of dietary fibre
  • Preserve vitamins and iron

Recipes:

Commonly made recipes include Ready to dine soups, Ready to cook Upma, Sambar Rice, Dry Vegetable Manchurian, Fried Rice, Vegetable Kurma, etc.

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