How to Make Dishwasher Rinse Aid – by Vintage Home Designs
I usually buy the store version of a dishwasher rinse aid. It works fine, but when I saw this one last week on the Vintage Home Designs blog, I immediately ordered the ingredients to make my own.
I made it yesterday and used it last night. When I opened the dishwasher this morning, it had such a refreshing smell. I will definitely be using this version now.
I bought an old decanter at an estate sale a couple of weeks ago, and it is perfect for this project. You can find the detailed directions to make this very easy solution at www.vintagehomedesigns.com.
I have never seen so many huge zucchini in my life! My Aunt Joy had an abundance and of course, she shared with the family. Last weekend we roasted some, gave some away, and I looked for more recipes on Pinterest.
I ended up making zucchini chips, which turned out delicious – well, some of them! I tried some of them in the air fryer, some in the oven on parchment paper, and others in the oven on a baking sheet. I got distracted and let the ones in the oven get a little too done! The ones in the air fryer were perfect though!
- Preheat air fryer to 270.
- Slice zucchini thinly. A mandoline slicer works wonderfully, but they are very sharp, so be careful!
- Pat them dry with a paper towel and lay them in the air fryer in a single layer.
- Lightly brush the slices with olive oil and season them with salt & pepper and any other desired spices.
- Air fry at 270 for 12-15 minutes or until they are golden brown.
- Cool & serve with your favorite dressing.
These are my favorite items to use for this recipe:
I still have zucchini left, so if you have recipes that you love, please share! I will give them a try.
Have a Grace & Joy-filled day!
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