Peel the pear with a fruit peeler unless the peel is very thin. place the pear on a cutting board and slice the pear in half vertically. cut a vshape in the bottom of each half of the pear to remove the calyx. use your knife to help you pull off the stem and its string. put the pear down and cut off about 1 2 inch 1.3 cm from each end. place the fruit on a plate or cutting board. hold it steady with either the fork or your gloved hand. use a paring knife to slice off the ends. theres an indentation in the bottom of prickly pears. be sure to cut all of it off when you slice that end. using a claw grip make parallel cuts with your knife the long way down the pear move each cut the distance of your desired thickness, until youve cut all they way across the pear repeat with the other side of the pear and then can you do the same to the two remaining smaller sides of the pear and you have your pear slices brush pear slices with a solution of half water and half lemon juice to prevent browning. do not worry about removing the skin, unless you prefer it, or you plan to can the pears. advertisement slicing the pear very thin and placing the slices into a coffee cup or ring mold is a great method for filling it with cake, whipped cream or a salad. slightly soften the slices with a bit of lemon juice this also prevents it from browning. then arrange them tightly and let the
lices sit for at least five minutes to retain the desired shape. to cut a pear, start by washing it in cold water to remove any dirt or bacteria. once youve finished washing it, slice the pear in half lengthwise on a cutting board. then, cut a vshape out of the bottom of each half to remove the calyx, which is a tough part of the pear that isnt eaten. how to cut a pear youtube. how to cut a pear. watch later. share. copy link. info. shopping. tap to unmute. if playback doesnx27t begin shortly, try restarting your device. to stop pears from browning using lemon juice, cut or slice your pears into your desired shapes. then, take a lemon and squirt its juice all over the pears. the moment the citric acid in the lemon juice comes into contact with the pear tissue, it deactivates the enzymes in it and slows the browning. fruits like banana, apple, pear, avocado, potatoes and artichokes are quite prone to discoloration. the basic science behind these fruits turning brown is the exposure to air. this leads to a reaction between enzymes in the fruits and the air around you. you can expedite this process by placing the pear in a brown paper bag, trapping the gas near the fruit. to really speed up ripening, store pears with other ethyleneproducing fruits like bananas or avocados. you can do this in a fruit bowl or in a paper bag, depending on when you need the pears.
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