Edited “How to Make Lemon Powder at Home – DIY Seasoning” demonstrated to the audience how to create your own lemon powder using lemon rinds.
Start by washing several lemons, then draining them through a colander. Use a potato peeler to eliminate the skins as well as the rinds. Next, apply your fingers as well as a peeler to arrange them in one bowl. Keep the lemon pulp in the fridge for later use. Remove the pile of lemon skins and use a baking pan with parchment paper. Place them all over the pan. Heat the oven to 170 degrees and bake the lemon peels in about 24 hours to dry out and become soft. Another way to dry peels is to use the microwave. Place a dish or towels in the microwave and then microwave peels in between 12 and 15 mins in a medium-high setting.
Clean the lemon peels of the microwave or oven and leave them to cool in your kitchen. Utilizing a blender, food processor, or grinder, crush the lemon peels to a powder. Store the lemon powder in glass or plastic mason jars.
Lemon powder can be used in salad dressings, dips with vegetables, baking recipes, and in yogurt and as a substitute for lemon zest. The powder can be mixed with other spices to create an a mixture of spices.