How to cut Honeydew Melon
A Simplified Process

Before you can begin to learn how to cut honeydew melon, you will need to choose a ripe melon and prepare your tools.

Step 1

  1. First you need to choose your honeydew melon. You will want a ripe one, with no major blemishes or soft spots.

Step 2

  1. Then, you will need your tools handy - a long handled sharp knife, a short serrated knife, and a spoon, as well as a clean cutting board.

Step 3

  1. Place the honeydew melon in a colander and rinse it.
  2. By using a colander, it allows you to turn it with out it rolling away.

Step 4

  1. Dry off the honeydew melon with paper towels.
  2. Now you are ready to cut.

Step 5

  1. Cut the honeydew melon in half, cross ways with the long knife
  2. This is what you will have.

Step 6

  1. Using the long knife again, cut the half, in half - to make quarters.
  2. It doesn't need to be perfect - as you can see.

Step 7

  1. You can use your short knife to cut out the seeded are from the honeydew melon.

Step 7A

  1. OR - you can use a spoon to scoop out the seeded area.

Step 8

  1. Either way - this is what you should have after removing the seeds from the honeydew melon.

Step 9

  1. Flip this honeydew quarter over, so it lays flat.

Step 10

  1. Cut the quarter into 3/4 inch slices.
  2. Discard the heel piece.

Step 11

  1. Trim the rind off, following along the contour of each slice.

Step 12

  1. Cut across the honeydew melon piece in relatively equal cuts.

Step 13

  1. Then cross cut each honeydew slice to form cubes.

Step 14

  1. Enjoy your honeydew melon as is or add it to a fruit mixture.

You have now learned the simplified way of how to cut a honeydew melon.

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