How To Use A Pineapple Corer

How To Use A Pineapple Corer

This tutorial will show you how to use a pineapple corer. You will need to peel the top and bottom off of the fruit first, then remove the core, which can be done with a pineapple corer or knife.

Step 1: Wash the pineapple.

  • Place the pineapple in a large bowl and cover with cold water. Swirl the pineapple around to remove any dirt and rinse thoroughly under running water.
  • With a brush, gently scrub away any leftover dirt from the exterior of your pineapple. Be sure not to get too aggressive here—you don’t want to damage its skin!
  • Remove any leaves that you see growing out of your pineapple by cutting them off at their base with a sharp knife. (You can also use kitchen shears.)
  • Use a sharp knife to cut off both ends of your fruit so that you’re left with just one long piece of fruit resembling a cylinder; these will be referred to as “chunks.”
  • Cut off each chunk from either end so that all four ends meet up in one spot, forming what looks like an inverted pyramid shape; this is how we’ll make our corer work later on!

Step 2: Remove the top and bottom of the pineapple.

Cut off the top and bottom of the pineapple by slicing it with a sharp knife. You can also use a pineapple corer to remove these parts from the fruit.

Step 3 – Core the pineapple.

Remove the core with a pineapple corer. Insert your pineapple corer into the top of the pineapple, and twist it clockwise to remove the core from the fruit. Use a spoon to remove any remaining flesh from around this hole (and then clean up after yourself).

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Remove the core from a pineapple with a pineapple corer.

This tool is easy to use. First, remove the leaves from your pineapple and rinse it under warm water. Then, use a sharp knife to cut off the top of your pineapple so that you can see its insides. Insert the pointed end of your corer into an indentation in your pineapple where you would like to begin removing the core from (this will be slightly harder than using an actual stem). With steady pressure, push down on either side of this hole with one hand while holding onto your handle with another hand for leverage and control as you twist clockwise or counter-clockwise around the inside of this space until all of its flesh has been removed from around its perimeter. Finally, remove any leftover fruit bits from around this area before enjoying!

We hope you’ve enjoyed learning how to use a pineapple corer and are ready to start coring your own pineapples. Be sure to check out some of our other tutorials on fresh fruit and veggie prep!

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