Sweet and Sour Kiwi
Sweet and Sour Kiwi
Kiwi, a delicious, sweet, bright green fruit that everyone around the world falls in love with. It requires a great deal of attention and care to produce Kiwi, as well as a good deal of understanding how to grow them well. The final result is a fibrous, dull greenish brown skin and bright green flesh with soft texture and sweet flavor. This month Sizzler selected Kiwi as a main ingredient in Kiwi Panna Cotta for Sizzler fans to enjoy as one of the menu on salad bar.
The adventure of Kiwi
Kiwi is native to north central and eastern China, but it was first cultivated for the first commercial plantings in New Zealand, which made it one of the national symbols. There are many types of Kiwis, and some don’t require cold climate to grow and can adjust to Thai climate. Now Kiwi is one of the fruits that farmers can grow and create income.
Secret for deliciousness
8.5-9 month old Kiwis are the most delicious and they can be harvested around November and December. Both raw and ripe Kiwis have equally hard skin, but professional farmers can tell the differences between them. However, it needs to be measured by checking the amount of sugar to ensure that we get delicious, ripe Kiwis.
Small but pack with nutrients
Kiwi has more nutrients than anyone might have guessed. Vitamin C in Kiwi is higher than oranges, which is good for people who easily catch the cold. It also contains antioxidants that could prevent some types of cell damage. It can help reduce cholesterol and triglycerides level in blood, as well as a good fruit to help you get a good night’s sleep.
A Scoop of Sweetness
Fresh Kiwis are sweet and refreshing. Some types also have sweet and sour flavor. We discard the skin, cut, and scoop out the green flesh with a spoon. We can use kiwis to make a lot of different menus such as salad, dessert, juice, or creative menu like Kiwi Panna Cotta at Sizzler, only for this month. You surely can’t miss it!