The Basics: How To Dice Fresh Peaches

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How To Dice Fresh Peaches

Fresh Peaches

There’s still time to create a variety of sweet, fresh peach recipes before the bounty is long gone. Whether it’s a small batch of hot pepper jam or a collection of seasonal desserts from pies to crisps, peaches will need to be prepared correctly for cooking applications. Although they may be peeled & simply sliced to serve quickly over salads or oatmeal, you’ll want to be certain they look their best when used for desserts or dishes when entertaining is in order. Learn how to dice peaches for a variety of uses in the kitchen.

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How To Dice Fresh Peaches

 If you’re in need of tips for peeling, pitting & slicing fresh peaches, look to The Basics: Fresh Peaches Primer. This specific task focuses on dicing peaches into ultra small pieces so they may be used for a variety of needs. Gather a paring knife & a cutting board. Use these pointers to make prep time short & effortless.

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Gently peel the skin away from the flesh. If the skin is a tad more difficult to remove, the fruit can also be peeled much like an apple. The tidiest way to prep the fruit is to slice around the pit for the sake of craftsmanship. Start by cutting one side of the peach on a wooden board. Use your knife to gage where the pit is located & make the cut just before it. Continue turning & cutting the fruit until all of the flesh has been removed. You will end up with a rectangular shape & the pit will be suspended in the center. Place the flat side down of each piece & cut them into slices then make cuts crosswise to dice or chop the fruit to the correct size needed.

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