Ninja Foodi Watermelon Jerky (Spicy Wicked Good)

This Ninja Foodi watermelon jerky recipe is very sweet like your favorite hard candy and chewy like taffy, but only better. Not only is this a crave-worthy snack, but it is also an excellent topper when broken over a salad or soup. I never really understood when somebody described the fruit as nature’s candy. Don’t get me wrong, I love a fresh apple or a delicious orange, but let’s be fair it’s not the same as a candied-sweet treat.

How to Make Watermelon Jerky with Ninja Foodi Dehydrator

Also, by sprinkling the watermelon with some sea salt and black pepper, paprika, cayenne pepper, or a squeeze of lime juice before placing it in the Ninja Foodi dehydrator adds a little zip to your watermelon jerky.

Step 1. Arrange the watermelon cubes in a single layer in the Cook & Crisp Basket. Put the basket in the pot and close the Crisping Lid.

Step 2. Press Dehydrate, set the temperature to 135°F and set the time to 12 hours. Select Start/Stop to begin.

Step 3. When dehydrating is complete, remove the basket from the pot and transfer the jerky to an airtight container.


Ninja Foodi Spicy Watermelon Jerky

Course: SnackCuisine: American
Servings

1

Cup
Prep time

5

minutes
Cooking time

12

hours 
Calories

92

kcal

This Ninja Foodi watermelon jerky recipe is very sweet like your favorite hard candy and chewy like taffy, but only better.

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Ingredients

  • 2 cup 2 seedless watermelon (1-inch) cubes

Directions

  • Arrange the watermelon cubes in a single layer in the Cook & Crisp Basket. Place the basket in the pot and close the Crisping Lid.
  • Press Dehydrate, set the temperature to 135°F, and set the time to 12 hours. Select Start/Stop to begin.
  • When dehydrating is complete, remove the basket from the pot and transfer the jerky to an airtight container.

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