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Zespri Kiwifruit Master class at ITC Gardenia

Zespri International, the world's largest Kiwifruit marketer, in association with ITC Gardenia conducted a kiwifruit Master class at the Lotus Pavilion, ITC Gardenia, Bangalore...


Kiwi fruit is a nutritious and healthy food. It is a rich source of vitamin C and vitamin K and a good source of dietary fiber and vitamin E.

I was looking forward to have a first-hand experience of putting together some quick kiwi based dishes...

First dish of the day was Kiwi Cheesecake...

Here's the recipe...

The final Kiwi Cheese cake ready to be devoured...

It was refreshing to drink a Kiwi Caprioshka...

Next up was Spicy Kiwi and Avocado Gunkan. Gunkan is a type of Sushi which resembles a Japanese Battle Ship. It is used to serve any type of loose ingredients...

Here's the recipe...

Some more cocktails... 


The third dish was Carpaccio of Kiwi with Prawns, Kiwi and Citrus vinaigrette. This was the first time I ate uncooked prawns. It was little chewy but good...


Here's the recipe...


The Italian chef Vittorio Greco in action...

Zespri Spife - Half spoon and half knife, makes it so easy to cut and scoop kiwifruits...



37 comments:

  1. That Kiwi Cheesecake looks amazing, I have to say. I'm saving that recipe!

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  2. Kiwi fruit and cakes, yup however I'd not like the tanker or squid or prawns, lovely photography

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  3. Wow! Love kiwi - stunning dishes I'd like to try.

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  4. I would love EVERY tasty morsel & sip...though I am reluctant to eat raw fish or meat in India. I love my beef raw or rare as in carpaccio & steak tartar. I can't believe you haven't developed a pot belly with all the fancy dining,l.

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  5. I love a capricosia! Never tried a kiwi one. Sounds delish.

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  6. Love that you've included the recipes! Thank you :)

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  7. Fresh kiwi in all those delicious recipes...I would love to sample them all.

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  8. I love Kiwi too. The cheesecake and drinks look delicious... Thanks for sharing, enjoy your week!

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  9. Yumm cheesecake, kiwi cheese cake. Now I want some.

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  10. So many ways to enjoy kiwi! I've had WiFi issues while away and many of my comments are not showing up. Would you please link back to Mosaic Monday when you join the party. Thanks.

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  11. I am just drooling. Nothing I enjoy more than kiwi. Wish I had a big slice of that cake.

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  12. I think I'd like the cheesecake, but I'm not sure about uncooked prawns. I like your portrait of the chef.

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  13. I'm pleased you said Kiwifruit at the beginning as a lot of people don't seem to realise that a Kiwi is a flightless bird and not something you eat. That is why in New Zealand we always call it kiwifruit. It sounds so strange when people tell us they are eating our national bird, or using it in recipes. Having said all that I have enjoyed your post and think your recipes look and sound delicious.

    Diana

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  14. There are so many things that one can do with kiwifruit. We too have such classes here but I haven't been to one as yet.

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  15. All looks delicious, nice photos too you have made me hungry heheh!

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  16. Are you here in New Zealand, I am North of Auckland.

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    1. I am loving the taste of your New Zealand, here in Bangalore, India.

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  17. Oh wow - everything looks so tasty, and I can almost get a sense of the flavor by looking at your pix.
    Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-many-faces-of-louie.html.

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  18. I enjoyed this post...the food looks so pretty and I m sure it was very good.

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  19. Oh my gosh! Amazing dishes! Have to try the cheesecake! What fun that must have been!

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  20. i've never tried kiwi cheesecake! yum!

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  21. Everything looks amazing! I think that we eat with our eyes first and those food presentation looks so yummy! Thanks for linking up =) #ww

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  22. I'm not a huge fan of kiwi fruit but that cheesecake looks like it's made solely to help change my mind!

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  23. Very impressive. Everything looks delicious.

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  24. This carpaccio looks awesome - thanks so much for sharing!
    Happy Wordless Wednesday!

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  25. I love kiwi and all these dishes look fantastic. Thanks for sharing!

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  26. I am drooling and really wanting to eat a kiwi right now ! Lovely photos !

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  27. Lovely aspects, so educative, indeed!! and a recipe that looks so goooood.... Thanks for shared aspects! A sunny october week!

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  28. Oh yummy, never knew that you could make so many dishes with Kiwifruit :)
    Love the idea of prawns with Kiwifruit, and the cocktails - the Chef looked so serious!!
    Every dish sounds so yummy.

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  30. What a wonderful experience! I think it would be so fun to attend something like this. The cheesecake looks divine! Just bought 6 Kiwi's. Love just eating them for a snack too. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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