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The Chef-Recommended Tool For Coring Apples Without A Corer
Convenient kitchen tools like apple corers simplify the removal of the core and seeds, with some models even slicing the apple into wedges.
However, chef Sebastian Matheja told People that a winged corkscrew, typically used for opening wine bottles, can also effectively remove the core of an apple.
Insert the spiral into the top of the apple, twist it until it’s fully extended and the levers are raised, then push them down to pull out the core of the fruit.
If you don’t have a winged corkscrew, you can use the more traditional method by using a knife to chop the fruit into large chunks while avoiding the center.