What to do with kiwi's??

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  1. Tinnedtomato

    Tinnedtomato Gold Member

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    Hi all, my dad has bought me some kiwi's but i dont like them on their own. Just wondered if anyone has any good ideas that I could do with them??
     
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    in a fruit salad with some ff yogurt on top?
     
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    That could work. The yoghurt would get rid of some of the acidy taste....thanks, x
     
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    Found this SW recipe for Kiwi Sorbet on the net.

    4 ripe kiwi fruit + slices to decorate
    2 limes
    2 tbsp granulated artificial sweetener
    1 large egg white

    Slice the tops and bottoms from the kiwi fruit. Using a vegetable peeler, peel off the skin. Roughly chop the flesh and place it in a blender or food processor.

    Grate the rind from one of the limes and add to the kiwi fruit along with the juice from both limes, and the sweetener. Blend for a few seconds until smooth. Alternatively, mash with a fork.

    Transfer to a freezer container and mix in ¼pt/142ml cold water, then freeze for 1½ hours. Remove from the freezer and beat thoroughly to break up the ice crystals. Whisk the egg white until stiff and fold it into the kiwi mixture. Freeze for a further 30 minutes and then beat again. Freeze again for at least 2 hours until firm.

    Pile the sorbet into individual glasses and serve it decorated with kiwi slices.

    Serves 4 - 1 syn (not sure if its per serving or for whole recipe)
     
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    Oooo that sounds really refreshing!! Might have to have a go at that, when iv got a few hours spare, lol. Thanks Auntynet :)
     
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    try tesco's finest golden kiwis they are lush so much different from the regular kiwis.
     
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    Golden Kiwis are amazing, but their skin is not as yummy as a regular kiwi!


    (yes, I did say I eat the skin.. I know it's weird but I love it)
     
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