How To Cut An Apple
Living in New England I grew up eating apples.
Apples are a popular and healthy snack, but cutting them can be a hassle, especially if you’re not sure how to do it properly.
Whether you’re packing them for lunch, using them in a recipe, or just enjoying them as a snack, knowing how to cut an apple can make a big difference in how much you enjoy them.
In this post, we’ll share our expert tips for cutting apples, including how to select the right apple, the best tools to use, and different cutting methods.
With our step-by-step guide, you’ll be able to cut apples quickly and easily, with minimal waste and maximum enjoyment.
How to Cut an Apple Video
Step1: Wash the apple
First and foremost you want to always wash your apples!
Apples have the most amount of pesticides on them compared to any other fruit. It’s important to get all the gross chemicals off before you start to cut.
You can use a vegetable wash or at the very least use water and clean the apple off with a dishtowel.
Step 2: Cut the apple into slices
Start by placing the knife about a 1/4 inch away from the stem and slice through the side of the apple. Stay away from the core just a little bit so that you don’t get the seeds in your slices.
Do the same thing on the other side of the apple’s stem.
Now, you only have two thin sides left to cut, so go ahead and slice those all the way through as well.
This works for a variety of all apples.
Step 3: Cut the slices
Now that you have your apple sliced away from the core, go ahead and lay the apple slices peel side up and slice the apple into wedges. EASY! Now enjoy this great snack!
If you don’t prefer the skin learn how to peel an apple.
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Cutting an Apple Conclusion
Cutting an apple is a simple task that can make a big difference in how you enjoy this nutritious fruit. By following our expert tips, you can cut your apples quickly and easily, with minimal waste and maximum enjoyment.
Remember to choose the right apple for your needs, use the best tools for the job, and experiment with different cutting methods to find the one that works best for you.
With these tips, you’ll be able to enjoy apples in all their delicious forms, from whole slices to intricate designs, and everything in between.
So go ahead and give it a try, and enjoy the sweet, crisp taste of freshly cut apples!
FAQ for Cutting Apples
They start to turn a bit brown after they are cut almost immediately. You can also use lemon or lime juice to help preserve the apple.
How to Cut an Apple
- Sharp knife
- Cutting board
- 1 apple
- Always start by washing the apple
- Cut the side of the apples off. Starting at the stem and slicing all of the way down through the apple. Then, cut off the other two sides of the stem.
- Now all you have to do is slice those slices into wedges. ENJOY