Fruits such as watermelon, cantaloupe, dragon fruit, etc., are dug into a round fruit ball with a ball digger. Is it more appetizing? ^_^
Wash the surface of the prepared fruit material for use
Split the cantaloupe into two halves with a carving knife and remove the white peony
Take half of them, the ball shovel is pressed in along the inner wall of the cantaloupe, to ensure that the semicircle of the ball shovel can be pressed to the cantaloupe meat (Picture 1). Then use the 45-60 degree tilt angle to rotate clockwise into a circle to dig (picture 2). The final circle is the finished cantaloupe ball (Picture 3).
After the cantaloupe ball is dug, you can dig other fruit balls. Note that other fruits (fire dragon fruit, watermelon) are not hard cantaloupe, so the strength is not too big when digging ~ the picture is part of the finished product!
Solemnly stressed: Dragon fruit should not be half cut, it will waste a lot of fruit balls! As in the picture, the dragon fruit is just looking for a cut surface, peeling off a part of the peel, and then you can start along the cut surface.
1. Hami melon is slightly harder than watermelon and dragon fruit, so when digging the cantaloupe ball, the strength is relatively larger~2, dragon fruit is not recommended for half cut.