A good ripe pineapple has much richer flavor and sweetness than the canned variety. Cutting through the hard, bumpy skin (not to mention the unedible core) of a pineapple can seem like a daunting task. In reality, there is a very simple method for peeling a pineapple that will leave you with the best, juicy fruit. How to Cut Pineapple. Fresh pineapple is so much better than canned! So don’t let the tough prickly skin keep you from the delicious sweet fruit inside. In this video, you’ll learn how to cut up a pineapple, including tips for removing the skin and tough inner core. How to Cut a Pineapple (4 Ways) - Episode 158 Spoon Fork Heart. Loading. Unsubscribe from Spoon Fork Heart? Cancel Unsubscribe. Working. Subscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe 62.1K. If you’ve never bought a whole pineapple before with the intent to cut it up, it can be a little intimidating. Today I thought I’d share a step-by-step guide on how to cut a pineapple, complete with pictures so that you have no problems cutting your own pineapple at home. Come summertime, pineapple is a snacking and baking staple.The sweet, juicy flavor of this fresh fruit can't be beat — there's no ifs, ands, or buts about it. The spiky exterior, while beautiful. Learn the the easiest and quickest way to cut a pineapple. Store your cut pineapple in an airtight container in the fridge and enjoy all week long. ︎SUBSCRI. Peeling the Pineapple Place the pineapple on the cutting board and use a sharp chef’s knife to cut the crown and stem about half an inch into the pineapple. Then slice the skin off from the sides, starting from the top to bottom. Cut as thinly as possible. Try and leave as much flesh as you can while peeling because the sweetest part of the pineapple is the most outer flesh. From the outside, pineapples can look intimidating (those spikes!) and impossible to cut — but we know that juicy fruit is worth it. With these few simple steps, you'll see that there's actually. I’m Cambodian and this is how my mom has taught me how to cut a pineapple. Sure, it takes a while to get it done but you waste hardly anything. My daughter is currently 4 months old. You bet I’ll teach her how to do this one day when we start cooking together. How to Cut a Pineapple. The best-tasting parts of the pineapple are on the very edge of the fruit, so it is very important to get the cut right. First, wash the pineapple. Use a sharp chef's knife to lop off the top and bottom of the.