Are you tired of struggling to chop and dice your fruits and vegetables? Do you dread the prep work that comes with cooking? Well, we have a game-changing kitchen hack that will save you time and effort in the kitchen.
Introducing the “halo” method of cutting fruits and vegetables. This technique involves cutting off the top and bottom of the produce, creating a flat surface. Then, use a sharp knife to cut a circle around the circumference of the fruit or vegetable, just deep enough to cut through the skin. Finally, use your fingers to gently pry off the skin, leaving a perfectly peeled and prepped piece of produce.
This technique works best for items like onions, tomatoes, and oranges, but can be applied to many other fruits and vegetables. Not only does it save time, but it also reduces waste by minimizing the amount of edible flesh that gets thrown away during the peeling process.