Make Your Own Onion Powder

Recently, I did a blog post on making your own garlic powder. So, now we are going to try onion powder! I started experimenting with this was after learning that spice companies allow some pretty awful things in their spices such as lead and cadmium. So, with that in mind I began experimenting with making some of my own spices.

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Instructions for Onion Powder!

You will want to thin slice your onions. I had to do it by hand but you can use something like this to julienne. It would have taken less time if I didn’t have to do it by hand.

Next, place the onions on the dehydrate setting at 130 for 8 hours. Every once in a while, move them around on the tray.

Once they are finished, they will look like this!

Use your food processor or a spice grinder and turn it into powder!

Please let me know if you try it!

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