zester


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zest·er

 (zĕs′tər)
n.
A kitchen utensil, usually a steel panel or strip with a handle and sharp-edged slits and perforations, used for zesting the rinds of citrus fruit.

zester

(ˈzɛstə)
n
(Cookery) a kitchen utensil used to scrape fine shreds of peel from citrus fruits
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zester

[ˈzɛstər] nzesteur m
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5 Use a zester to zest your other lime and keep this back for later.
com Chef'n's Palm Zester is designed to make zest without the mess.
BRAISED CHICORY WITH VEGETARIAN HAGGIS CRUST 2 heads of chicory 200g of Macsween vegetarian haggis 80g of breadcrumbs 1/2 pint of vegetable stock 1 glass of white wine 2 sprigs of thyme 100ml of olive oil Zest from 2 swipes on a micro zester of an orange Chopped parsley Icing sugar for dusting HAGGIS BON BONS 300g of Macsween vegetarian haggis 100g of rolled oats 100g of breadcrumbs 1/2 pint of soya milk 100g plain flour PEARL BARLEY 150g of pearl barley 1/2 glass of white wine 1 pint of vegetable stock 2 crushed (not pressed) cloves of garlic 2 sprigs of thyme Equal parts of celery, carrot, leeks - diced DRESSING 1 finely chopped shallot 10ml of sherry vinegar Juice of 1 small orange Juice of 1/2 a lemon 30ml of rapeseed oil GARNISH 200g of kale 20g of toasted pinhead oatmeal (serves 4)
For lemon zest, grate the outer skin of an organic lemon with a microplane zester or a cheese grater with very small holes.
You won't need a garlic press, lemon zester or food chopper if you have a microplane.
New for this year, Bradshaw has added accents of color to its existing products as well as developed more tools and gadgets to add to the collection including a cast ice cream scoop, horizontal Y-shaped julienne peeler, citrus zester and instant read meat thermometer.
but if you've ever seen someone wince while lowering his ballerina from a shoulder lift, it isn't because she's heavy, it's because the tulle on that tutu is going at his neck like a zester on a lemon peel.
People's Choice: The Zip Zester, for removing zest from citrus fruits; designed by Grass Roots Industries for brand owner Zip Zester; molded by Cashmere Molding using Battenfeld equipment, materials from EMS Grivory, and tooling by Questech Unlimited and China Monicom.
Spread liberally over the cooled cakes and top with remaining zest, or make strips of zest using a zester.
Searching for a zester that looks more like it belongs in your kitchen than in a toolbox?
The moment she said it was simple to do, I should have backed away slowly from the lemon zester.
There are two different-sized graters and a zester.