What Can I Do With Unripened Fruit? — Fix My Dish by Heather Ramsdell in How-to, August 24th, 2012
- Comments (4)
Twice a month, we’re giving readers a chance to ask Food Network Kitchens’ advice about an issue they’re having with a dish. They can’t reformulate a recipe for you, but they’re happy to help improve it.
Question: “Is there a way I can use fruit that is not quite ripe yet?” — Kathleen Sefchick Dixon from Facebook
Answer: If you can wait a day or two, many fruits (such as bananas, pears, peaches, kiwis, tomatoes and avocados) will ripen quickly when stored in a brown paper bag, and even faster if you add a ripe apple or banana to the bag.
Have a question for the Kitchens? Leave a comment below and they’ll answer a select number of them in the coming weeks.