How To Slice A Honey Pomelo!!
While grocery shopping yesterday and scanning the fruit section for what new fruits I could buy to try. I spotted Honey Pomelo on offer, 2 huge ones for $3.00. So being a grapefruit addict at the moment and knowing a Pomelo is pretty similar. I thought I would buy some and see what they are really like.
For those of you wondering – What on earth is a Pomelo?
This is what one looks like:
They are pretty easy to prepare. First I cut a bit of the flesh off the top.
Then I cut the Pomelo into quarters, like below:
Once you have done this, you can easily slice the flesh away from the thick skin using a sharp knife.
It will look like this once you have removed all the skin:
and it is then ready for you to enjoy. My 3 year old didn’t like it, but I thought it was lovely. Not as bitter as some grapefruits and a nice healthy snack.
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