Win one of 3 Deiss Pro Citrus Lemon Zester & Cheese Graters

Deiss is a family-owned business specialising in kitchen gadgets and accessories such as graters and zesters, vegetable peelers, cooking utensils, fruit corers, ice moulds and funnels. Founded in Frankfurt in 2013 by Karl Deiss (a cook) and his wife Helga (a designer), the couple have combined their passions to create functional and convenient kitchen tools.

British shoppers can find Deiss products on Amazon UK.

Lemon Mint & Cucumber Gin Cooler on Kavey Eats (Kavita Favelle) - 2

Check out my Lemon, Mint & Cucumber Gin Cooler recipe, featuring finely grated lemon zest courtesy of my Deiss Pro Citrus Lemon Zester & Cheese Grater.

Because the grater is very sharp and a fine-gauge size, it does a superb job of removing only the top layer of the fruit, giving you all the essential oil flavour and aroma to be found in the citrus peel without any of the bitter white pith beneath.

It is also perfect for grating hard cheeses such as Parmesan – indeed I recommend grating straight straight from the freezer, allowing you to keep your hard cheese in excellent condition for months.

GIVEAWAY

I’m teaming up with Deiss Kitchenware to give three readers a chance to win a Deiss Pro Citrus Lemon Zester & Cheese Grater. The prize includes free delivery within the UK.

HOW TO ENTER

You can enter the giveaway in 2 ways – entering both ways increases your chances of winning:

Entry 1 – Blog Comment What is your favourite recipe featuring lemon or orange zest, and what do you love about it?

Entry 2 – Twitter Follow @Kavey on Twitter. Existing followers are, of course, welcome to enter! Then tweet the exact sentence (shown in italics) below.
Just entered Kavey Eats’ giveaway to win a @deissofficial Pro Citrus Lemon Zester & Cheese Grater. http://bit.ly/KEDeiss #KaveyEatsDeiss
(Do not add my twitter handle or any other twitter handle to the beginning of the tweet or your entry will be considered invalid. Please don’t leave a blog comment about your tweet either; I track twitter entries using the competition hash tag.)

RULES, TERMS & CONDITIONS

  • The deadline for entries is midnight GMT Friday 17th March 2017.
  • The three winners will be selected from all valid entries using a random number generator.
  • Entry instructions form part of the terms and conditions.
  • Where prizes are to be provided by a third party, Kavey Eats accepts no responsibility for the acts or defaults of that third party.
  • Each of the three prizes is a Deiss Pro Citrus Lemon Zester & Cheese Grater.
  • The prize is provided by Deiss Limited and cannot be redeemed for a cash value.
  • One blog entry per person only. One Twitter entry per person only. You may enter both ways but you do not have to do so for each individual entry to be valid.
  • For Twitter entries, entrants must be following @Kavey at the time of notification.
  • Blog comment entries must provide a valid email address for contact.
  • The winner will be notified by email or Twitter so please make sure you check relevant accounts for the notification message.
  • If no response is received from a winner within 10 days of notification, the prize will be forfeit and a new winner will be picked and contacted.

Deiss Limited provided a review sample of their Pro Citrus Lemon Zester & Cheese Grater for Kavey Eats to develop and publish a recipe post featuring the product.

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21 Comments to "Win one of 3 Deiss Pro Citrus Lemon Zester & Cheese Graters"

  1. Tracey Peach

    Lemon Cheese cake is my favourite recipe that has lemon zest in, & if I won I would make one 🙂 x

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  2. laura banks

    my hubbys homemade salmon pate he uses both lemon and lime zest he only makes it for me at xmas so i have to make the most of it

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  3. @shezza_t

    I adapted the River Cottage strawberry granita recipe to make an orange and lemon version as citrus is my absolute favourite flavour for frozen desserts. You can make it just using the juice, but adding lemon zest to the mix makes it deliciously zingy.

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  4. Maxine G

    I love adding lemon or lime zest to soy sauce, chilli, rice vinegar and ginger to make a lovely zesty salad dressing – lovely and refreshing and delicious!

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  5. Emma F

    I love lemon drizzle cake with grated lemon in the sponge then the juice in the drizzle. I love that you can use the whole lemon without any waste and it always tastes good.

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  6. Jane Willis

    The Cumberland Sauce that I make to serve with baked ham. The zest gives it a really intense orangey kick.

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  7. Kim Styles

    I love orange zest and chocolate flapjacks covered with melted terrys chocolate orange!!!

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  8. Deborah Dartnell

    Mary Berry’s Lemon Drizzle cake – beautiful as cake and as a dessert with fresh cream – and it freezes like a dream!

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  9. Andrea Upton

    I like a good lemon drizzle cake, because with all the lemon it is a lovely moist cake

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  10. Amelia Naccarto-Coleman

    I like to add a little lavender and crushed cardamom pods to my gin

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  11. Lisa Feinson

    Lemon curd, which I will eat with a spoon, but Sweet Lemon Bread is my happy-making one, as oh the smell! Olive oil, lemon, sherry in one bowl just delights the nose. I have to be torn away from the bowl to actually bake the thing.

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  12. Cindy

    I could this grater in so many recipes. Orange and almond cake, lemon drizzle, orange and chocolate cake… Or speed up the process of making gramolata!

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  13. Charlotte

    I make these little oat cookies sometimes that include dried cranberries and orange zest. They’re divine! It’s such a good flavour combination and​ different to the usual cookie recipies out there

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  14. elaine norrie

    Love home made orange marmalade or lemon curd so much nicer than the bought in jar ones must have some of the peel in the marmalade too

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  15. Solange

    Lemon Drizzle Cake because it’s an easy baking recipe and is perfect for everything from parties to everyday teatimes. You can whip up this simple cake batter in next to no time – then prepare the sweet tangy drizzling syrup while it’s cooking in the oven.

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