How to Peel an Apple in 3 Seconds
You will want to see this fun video on How to Peel an Apple in 3 Seconds. Peeling is the one kitchen task not everyone is so fond of. It's the part of the recipe that is the most tedious and often time-consuming. For apples, if you are making a recipe that requires a lot of apples, like an apple pie, apple sauce recipe or apple cake recipe, you might want to consider this helpful kitchen tip. This apple kitchen trick will have you peeling apples in a beautifully, quickly, and albeit messy way. You will need a fully charged electric drill, with a flat drill bit, a glass bit, or any bit that has a flat end. You will also need a sharp vegetable peeler and lots of apples. For safety reasons that you will understand after watching the fun recipe video, you might even consider wearing some safety goggles. This is the kind of kitchen trick that once you get good at, you may never peel apples the same way again. You'll find yourself dreaming of all the apple recipes that you can make, without the task of having to hand peel bushels of apples.
Apples are a popular fruit that can be used in all sorts of dessert recipes to include apple pie recipes, apple crumble recipes, apple crisp and apple cake recipes. Apples are a popular and healthy snack that is often eaten raw or dried. Apples can also be baked or stewed, and they can be dried and eaten or reconstituted for use later. When apples are cooked, some varieties can be pureed into a recipe known as apple sauce. In the United Kingdom, a toffee apple or candy apple is a traditional confection made by coating an apple in hot toffee and allowing it to cool. Similar apple treats in the United States are candy apples and caramel apples, which are coated with cooled caramel. Apple orchards and farms with apples may open them to the public, so people can pick the apples themselves that they will then purchase. Apples are another everyday food that we love. The whole fruit of the apple including its skin is suitable for human consumption except for the seeds, which may affect some people. The core of the apple is most often not eaten and can be discarded or composted. The juice of apples can be fermented to make cider which is also known as hard cider in North America, or apple cider vinegar. Apples are a good source of Vitamin C.
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