As Seen On TV plastic pineapple fruit easy slicer corer /cutter /peeler /remover /skinner /knife – product description
Being sweet and sour, pineapple is delicious and healthy but let’s face it, cutting a pineapple is way too cumbersome compared to cutting other fruits. It takes significantly more time and patience to get rid of the uneven outer shell, and the hard and gritty core. Things are much more complicated if you intend to cut pineapple in round shape because it makes removing the core much more difficult since it is hidden within the ring. As a result, some people might be resorted to canned pineapple instead, but the real taste of a fresh pineapple is incomparable to a canned fruit. Fresh pineapple tastes way better and canned fruit is simply too sweet and acidic, not recommended if your purpose of eating fruit is for a healthy diet.
Then what? You might ask. This is the time when a creative kitchenware like a pineapple corer slicer kicks in and saves your lives. As Seen On TV pineapple easy slicer is specially invented for the sole purpose of cutting pineapple in a complete and easy manner. It combines the functions of a corer and a slicer by removing the core and slicing a pineapple into round slices at the same time. It also separates the flesh from the outer shell which this function is pretty much similar to a peeler. Indeed, this tool helps you do the above 3 jobs at the same time!
Using this tool is really simple. As usual, you need to remove the huge leafy part of the pineapple first before using this. After cutting open the top part, simply position the tool by holding it straight on top of a pineapple and start turning the handle. The handle has two roles here: to facilitate the turning action and as a grabbing point when pulling out the flesh. While turning and moving all the way to the bottom, the teeth will cut and separate the core, and the blade will slice the pineapple in the process. When you reach the bottom, pull out the entire thing by holding the handle. Finally, press the button on the handle to remove the handle, and turn the tool upside down to pour out the pineapple flesh into a bowl. The outer shell might have some flesh left and it can be used as a container for food such as fried rice to add subtle pineapple-flavored smell to cooked food.
The pineapple cut out using this tool is in round spiral shape. If you need to further slice it into many small pieces, consider using a fruit corer slicer here on Chubeestore: