If you are making a pie, crisp, sauce or pretty much any baking recipe that calls for apples you will need to peel and core them.

This method is my favourite – it’s quick to peel and super easy to core.

There are lots of step-by-step photos, but if you need extra instruction, I have made a video for you too.

I hope this works as well for you as it does for me.

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How to Peel and Core and Apple

Check out our easy step by step video

Instructions

Step 1

At the top and bottom of your apple peel away a circle

Step 2

Once the top and bottom are peeled, peel strips down the body of the apple

Step 3

Work your way around the apple until all the peel is removed

Step 4

Position the apple bottom side down and cut the apple top to bottom as close to the core and stem as possible

Step 5

You will end up with 4 pieces and a square core

Step 6

Slice the apple as needed for your recipe

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How to Peel and Core an Apple

This method of peeling and coring an apple is my favourite - its quick to peel and super easy to core.
Prep Time5 mins
Total Time5 mins
Course: How To Kitchen Tips
Cuisine: American

Instructions

  • At the top and bottom of your apple peel away a circle
  • Once the top and bottom are peeled, peel strips down the body of the apple
  • Work your way around the apple until all the peel is removed
  • Position the apple bottom side down and cut the apple top to bottom as close to the core and stem as possible
  • You will end up with 4 pieces and a square core
  • Slice the apple as needed for your recipe

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