The avocado has a soft, creamy texture, making it an excellent base for various dishes; smoothies, salads, sauces, and sandwiches. Moreover, it is unnecessary to cook a green fruit for a long time, so this is an ideal fruit for the lazy. If you come across an unripe avocado, wrap it in a paper bag and let it sit at room temperature for a few days.
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How to cut and peel an avocado
What is required
- Cutting board
What to do
- Wash the avocado and pat dry with a towel.
- Place the fruit on a cutting board and cut it in half around the pit. Divide into two.
- The seed can be removed by hand, using a spoon or a short knife, sticking it into the nucleolus.
- If you need an avocado puree, such as guacamole, you can scoop out the pulp with a spoon. If you plan on making a salad, cut the avocado right in the skin into squares or thin slices. It’s okay if you cut right through it.
If you want to peel a whole avocado fruit, do so with a vegetable peeler. And to remove the skin from the halves of the fruit, pry and pull the skin. If the avocado is ripe, it will come off easily.
Adapted and translated by The Cop Cart Staff
Sources: Today Lifestyle