How to Peel & Core Apples
Peeling and coring an apple can be done using a paring knife or a peeler, and apple coring devices can be found at any local store where cooking supplies is sold. Remove the peel and core from an apple with instructions from an experienced chef in this free video on cooking.
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There are ten thousand types of apples grown in the world. I'm Jawara, the Chef, and I will show you how to peel and core a red apple. There are two ways you can peel an apple. You're going to have your paring knife, or your peeler. I'm going to start with the paring knife. Get that little circular motion going, right there. Keep turning it nice and easy, and everything going to be all right. And if you have any little brown spots like I have, right here, you can just cut 'em off. No harm done to an apple. Now you take the stem out. And just cut around. Now you turn it over on the other side. Now you cut it in half. Now you cut it in quarters. Now, we remove the core. Watch your fingers, you're still working with a knife. Or you can use a peeler. Get close as you can to the top. Just keep getting close as you can get with your peeler. It's clean. Now we're going to use a apple corer. You can get one of these apple corers at a store, five or six dollars. No problem. Put your apple on a flat surface. Take your apple corer, and just push! Give it a little, gentle twist. Pull it out. That is your apple core. I see you! I'm Jawara, the Chef, that's how you peel and core your apple. That's what I'm talking about.