Deiss PRO Citrus Zester and Cheese Grater Giveaway

Having been recently sent this brilliant Citrus Zester and Cheese Grater from Deiss Kitchenware. The Razor-sharp Stainless Steel Blade does a great job of Parmesan, Lemon, Ginger, Garlic, Nutmeg, Chocolate, Vegetables and Fruits; just like they says it does.



To be honest I think it's an absolute bargain since it really isn't a lot different to the well known brand Microplane.

You can order one now using this special discount code to receive 20% off of your order over at Amazon.  To take advantage of this offer simply add this code CPSBKUDH to your order (valid until 1st March 2017).  Using the discount, according to my maths that works out at just £7.98 - making it a proper Billy Bargain!


The Deiss Citrus Zester comes with a protective cover and is dishwasher safe.

Top Grating and Zesting Tips from Deiss!
1) Freeze the Cheese. Colder cheese grates better. Put the cheese in the freezer for about 30 minutes before grating and you’ll avoid annoying clumping. Even softer cheeses like mozzarella and fontina will grate well if you freeze them first.

2) Oil the Grater. To avoid a messy clean-up, brush the grater with a little cooking oil or a bit of butter before using it.

3) Wash your fruit thoroughly. Use soap and water to wash off pesticides, waxes, and dyes. Allow the fruit to dry before zesting.

4) Remove only the outer part of the citrus rind. Hold the fruit firmly and rub it up and down along the grater. Avoid the white pith. Rotate the lemon slightly after each grating. Try not to scrape any section of the lemon more than once.

5) Remove excess cheese buildup. Sometimes, cheese or other products will get stuck on the underside of the grater. Remove them by tapping the grater against the side of your bowl or cutting board. If necessary, use a cleaning brush and put the grater under running water.

Now for the Giveaway!
The nice people over at Deiss are giving 3 lucky readers of this blog the chance to each win one!

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Comments

Tracey Peach said…
A Lovely Big Cheese & Ham Bap :) x
Sam Swain said…
I would make myself a lovely lime cheesecake and use it for testing my limes.
Elaine Savage said…
the 1st thing I would do is to zest some lemons for a luscious lemon drizzle cake :-)
Brownhandbag said…
ginger adding it to everything to stop colds
Marc H said…
Probably some cheese. I like cheese.
Jackie ONeill said…
zest some limes to make a big pot of butternut squash, chilli and lime soup, delicious!
Tracy K Nixon said…
some cheese to top a homemade pizza with!
Helen Moulden said…
It would be cheese, I'm addicted to it!
Sally Poole said…
Lemon, for my Lemon Griertorte cake, my husbands favourite
Caroline said…
I'd grate some lemon rind for my favourite pasta dish: spaghetti with lemon, garlic and chilli.
Lorna Kennedy said…
Lemons, for toppings for our cupcakes. [Any leftover will go into an ice cube tray for use in a G&T![.
Rob Baker said…
Highly likely to be cheese!
ali thorpe said…
I'd grate lemon for drizzle cake.
Irene168 said…
Lemon for pancake day!
Irene168 said…
A lemon for Pancake Day!
volcanopete said…
Limes for the exquisite zest
Amy Bondoc said…
id grate some cheese to put on toast, love cheese on toast!
emma walters said…
Some parmesan on most meals mmmmmmmm
Kim Neville said…
Cheese as we love it grated
laura banks said…
that would definitely have to be cheese
styles5433 said…
Limes for my key lime pie
Sarah Birkett said…
Lemons, I go through so many at Christmas in particular
Stacey Carnell said…
I would grate lime for a lime cheesecake Mmmmmmmmmm
Emily Knight said…
I'd zest lemons for a pork and lemon stew that I love to make!
Christine Dodd said…
Cheese for one of my home made pasta dishes
Simon tutthill said…
it would have to be a lovely orange
katie skeoch said…
I'd grate a little ginger to add to a lovely curry
Sam Macaree said…
cheese for a pizza
leiajulie said…
lemon cheese cakse
Clare said…
some cheese for cheese on toast!
sarah Mackay said…
Some orange for my scones
Sarah said…
I would grate cheese, to go in cheese and ham rolls
Kristy Brown said…
I would grate some limes!
beckyboo2010 said…
Cheese! I love cheese on everything, so it would get used regularly
angie mummy said…
Cheese for my toast
Hannah ONeill said…
Some yummy cheddar cheese
Corinne Henson said…
We do tend to eat a lot of cheese so it probably be that
claire nutman said…
Fresh garlic for my curry pastes x
ZAZARK said…
Orange over a lovely Gin and Tonic
ZAZARK said…
Some Orange over a lovely Gin and Tonic
2janes said…
Some cheese for homemade pizza!
jade said…
Lemons to make a lemon cake
lisapop said…
I freeze chillies it makes the really easy to grate & keeps the fresh chilli flavour too. So I'd be grating chillies first to add a kick to my savoury dishes
Helen Adams said…
Probably ginger for a curry
Sam Rhodes said…
Definitely would be cheese haha
Iris Waldburger said…
Some parmesan for basil pesto spaghetti
Iris Waldburger said…
Some parmesan for basil pesto spaghetti
Jane Willis said…
Lemon rind to marinate some chicken in lemon rind, juice and olive oil for a frash tasting sauté
Tracey Gwynne said…
I would grate ginger root, I have a ginger and lemon tea everyday to prevent colds
Richard Tyler said…
I'd grate mexioan cheese :)
Jayne said…
I would zest a lemon first, for a lemon meringue pie. Thanks for the giveaway.
I'd definately be using it to grate some cheddar on my toast. x
weir shane said…
I'd grate some cheese for my spag bol
Tracy said…
Lemon for a lemon drizzle cake! Yum yum!
Carole said…
I would grate some nutmeg into a cake
lynn heath said…
cheese over our spag bol!!!
Amy Pest said…
Parmesan cheese over pasta
Cheese and garlic. For sure. Wow. I just realized how bad that would make my breath smell.
kim plant said…
I think zest xx
Tee Simpson said…
I grate a lime for making key lime pie
Tee Simpson said…
A lome for making mey lime pie
Emma Nixon said…
Lemon. For a drizzle cake
Adeinne Tonner said…
I'd grate some cheese for my baked potatoes
Sarah Ann said…
I'd grate some cheddar cheese for the ultimate toastie!
tracey said…
Cheese ... To make a cheese and ham quiche :) x x
Jo Hutchinson said…
I would grate some cheddar cheese to put on toast.
Zoey H said…
Cheese on toast would be my first grating
Emily Fraser said…
Some parmesan to go on a pasta dish :)
sharonA said…
Some Parmesan for my pasta bake! X
Angie Hoggett said…
I'd zest an orange for my famous orange loaf cake! twitter: @susanhoggett
maxineflossy said…
Some nutmeg to go on the top of my spinach lasagne
Liam Bishop said…
Some cheese for my gnocchi!
linda griffiths said…
I'd love it to grate ginger into my asian slaw
Andrew Hindley said…
Parmesian cheese for Spaghetti Bolognase
Lime for some Key Lime Pie :D
tubbyj said…
lemon seems to be a common ingredient
tubbyj said…
lemon seems to be a common ingredient
WeeWillieWilkie said…
I'd great orange zest into a fruit loaf
would have to be cheese for my cheese and mushroom toastie
Steph Lovatt said…
Cheese to go on a homemade lasagne
chirag patel said…
it would have to be cheese
Diana S said…
Lemons and oranges
Sarah Wilson said…
Lime for a lime cheesecake!
Gary Martindale said…
It would definitely be cheese to make some home made cheese scones
zebedee01 said…
Cheese, because we seem to eat a lot of cheese in our house!
Eloise said…
a lemon and lime for a nice zesty sponge cake
denise s said…
iii would grate limes for a lime cheesecake
Pauline Black said…
Cheddar for Mac and cheese!
Emma said…
Cheese! I've seen how much further the same amount of cheese goes with one of these!
Kerry locke said…
A lemon for my gin!
Emma Davison said…
Lemons for lemon meringue pie
Jamie Millard said…
lemon for a cheesecake
Bandon Spark said…
A big block of cheese for my homemade chili.
Lemon zest for lemon drizzle cake
sassyesque said…
It would need to be cheese.
Susan said…
Definitely some cheese for homemade pizza
Lynne O'Connor said…
Probably cheese. I use cheese most days

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