How to Core an Apple
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If you keep putting off making homemade apple pie from scratch, because you're not sure how to core an apple, or how to peel an apple, then you've come to the right place! While we love using convenient shortcuts, like apple pie filling, we know there's something extra-special about making some of our favorite apple dessert recipes with fresh apples, especially when they're in season! After all, there's nothing that says Fall more than the smell of freshly baked apple pie, and other classic comfort treats.
Check out our video and tips on how to core an apple. Once you see how easy it is, you'll never go for the store-bought pies again!
How to Core an Apple
Apple Corer - You can find these in most stores that sell kitchen tools and utensils. An apple corer has a shaft that ends in a cylinder with little sharp teeth. Make sure the shaft of your apple corer is tall enough to go through a good-sized apple.
Paring Knife/Chef's Knife
Now that you know how easy it is to core apples, why not try your hand at making some of these easy apple dessert recipes?
|Cinnamon Apple Dumplings||Fresh Apple Turnovers|
|Piled-High Apple Pie||Apple Pie Bars|
If you're a fan of apple pie, then be sure to check out our collection of The Best Apple Pie Recipes!
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