How To Make Watermelon Balls Without A Melon Baller
Written By A Special Writer : Your One and Only, Amazing, Awesome Tech – Hardware FOOD Expert and Guru….. Mr. Efrain E. Silva! ( Woot Woot! )
Yes, yes, yes —- we often like to scoop things up with our melon - baller, and hope for the best. But no scoop is ever perfect, and we make mistakes from time to time, he heh. In that case, give yourself a break ; take it easy and know it’s ok.
But did you know we can also scoop things up WITHOUT a melon - baller? Yup, a whole new world and a whole new experience indeed. Let me take you through this experience and share this whole new world with you, he heh, as Aladdin would say….
Now first of all, the very first thing that I would like to bring to your thought would be the very plain, simple fact that melon ( or yes, even water – melon ) balls can be made this way in such easy fashion. You don’t have to break an arm and a leg. I am going to show you how to get it done and have those juicy water – melon bits going in there and coming out awesome…. like true, rich water – melon balls that you can enjoy with your friends.
Now that you are calm and relaxed, knowing this process will be a breeze, relatively speaking, let me show you the way with that first step —- which is to simply and plainly just get some rounded measuring spoons. And you can buy a whole bunch of these at Walmart for cheap, cheap, cheap! Just $7 or less, in many cases. And Amazon also has them online for very dirt – cheap, even full packs of various sizes of them, all in all. You ought to also add in a 1/2 - measure tablespoon or teaspoon.
What you are going to do is just sink in those rounded spoons to the flesh of any room – temperature, chilled water – melons. And then, pull the spoons out and they’ll be as rounded as possible ; take them off the spoons and put these balls on plates, and then throw them in the fridge ( or freezer, if you’re not going to enjoy them for a few days ) . And with any basic knife or even carving spoon that you have, you can also carve off the edges or sides of certain balls, to make them a little more proportionate with the rest and even things up just a bit. Nice final touch.
What’s nice about throwing these water – melon balls in the fridge is the fact that the cold temperatures help them sort of solidify rather nicely and keep their ball shape, without dripping their liquid too much. Now, my sincerest hope and prayer is that this has helped, in at least a general way. If so, would you mind sharing it with someone else who might learn of the same? That’s my only ask!