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FutureStarrHow to cut a pineappleor
It’s a simple task. Get a knife. Get a squishy. Cut. Done.Are you wondering how to cut a pineapple but not sure the best way? Alex and I have a great method for easily cutting a whole pineapple, which can be a daunting task! This method is great for cutting up pineapple to use with a dip like our cinnamon yogurt fruit dip or chocolate hummus, or as part of our BBQ tacos with pineapple salsa. Here’s our step by step guide for the best way to cut a pineapple, including a video of me cutting pineapple in our kitchen.
Alex and I are often asked about the best kitchen tools. And every time we answer, “A good sharp chef’s knife!” A good knife can drastically improve your time in the kitchen, and lasts for years (we’ve had our chef knives for 10 plus years). Here are some of the knives we recommend, as well as cutting boards and the best knife sharpener. These recommendations are perfect for outfitting your own kitchen, or great gifts for a wedding registry or someone who loves to cook!Filed Under: Appetizers & Snacks, Breakfast, Dairy-Free, Desserts, Gluten-Free, How-To's, Ingredients, Kitchen & Cooking Tips, Low-Carb, Low-Fat, Nut-Free, Paleo, Recipes, Refined Sugar-Free, Smoothies, Soy-Free, Vegan, Vegetarian, Whole30 Tagged With: breakfast, cooking basics, cut, dairy free, dessert, Fruit, Gluten free, how to, knife, pineapple, smoothie, snack, Spring, Summer, under 15 minutes, vegan, vegetarian.
This quick and easy step-by-step guide will show you How to Cut Pineapple in only five minutes! Learn the best way to transform a whole pineapple into rings, cubes, or wedges to use in recipes all Summer long. Enjoy this tropical fruit as a snack on its own, or in smoothies, savory dishes, desserts, salsa, sauces and more! The senses can be your best indicator for knowing when a pineapple is ripe. Pick it up and smell the bottom of the fruit for a sweet, and not fermented aroma. If it still smells very green, then it’s not very ripe. The outside skin and leaves should have some shine and not be dull. The outer skin should also feel firm with a slight give. Once you’ve selected the perfect fresh pineapple, it’s time to cut it up! (Source: www.jessicagavin.com)