Friday, March 8, 2013

Sunkist-Chef Danhi Recipe And Contest Giveaway! Plus Top 10 Facts About Citrus Fruits

Chef-educator Robert Danhi's free workshop, organised by Sunkist, happens this Sunday (10 March, 4-6pm) at ToTT. No need for registration - just come on by (first 80 guests get a goodie bag too)!

We are also giving away five sets of great prizes in a easy contest here below. Collect them at the event itself!

I'm certainly looking forward to meeting Robert himself - an amazing guy who is truly in love with Southeast Asian cuisine. See my previous post.

He will be showcasing some exclusive creations:
--  Lemon-Coriander Salsa with Seared Scallops
--  Sparkling California Lemonade
--  Sunkist Orange & Yogurt Parfait with Toasted Coconut

Here's one of the recipes. Sounds yummy already!

Sunkist Orange, Roasted Duck and Coriander Lettuce Cups


Thai Chili paste in Soya Bean Oil “Nahm Prik Pow” 1 Tbsp.
Lime juice 2 Tbsp.
Fish sauce 1 tsp.
Minced lemongrass 1 Tbsp.
Minced ginger 1 Tbsp.
Small diced Sunkist® Oranges (2 oranges)
Sliced shallots ¼ cup
Thinly sliced cucumbers ¾ cup
Sliced roasted duck – skin on breast, skin removed from leg and thigh - ½ duck (about 1 cup boneless meat)
Roughly chopped fresh coriander ½ cup
20 Small lettuce leaves, such as Butter or Romaine (2 heads)
Chopped roasted peanuts ½ cup


1. Whisk together chili paste, lime juice, fish sauce, lemongrass and ginger until smooth.
2. Add Sunkist® oranges, shallots, cucumbers, duck and coriander and fold gently until well mixed.
3. Fill lettuce cups with 2 tablespoons of orange mixture. Garnish with chopped peanuts.

This recipe was created exclusively for Sunkist by Chef Robert Danhi

It's always a great idea to add some fruits to our dishes - you get fruity fragrance, natural layers of sweet and tart, plus vitamins, antioxidants and fibre!

Top 10 Facts about Citrus Fruits

  1. Grapefruit can help suppress appetite.
  2. Flavonoids in fruits like grapefruit may protect the heart by reducing inflammation in the arteries.
  3. Cara Caras (photo above) are called "The Power Orange" because they provide 150% of the vitamin C an average person needs each day. They also contain lots of vitamin A, folate, fiber, and lycopene.
  4. Cara Caras have pink flesh inside, and a rich, floral aroma with cranberry/cherry undertones and a vanilla flavour finish.
  5. As a special hybrid of navel oranges, Cara Caras are seedless and easy to peel. 
  6. One navel orange gives all the vitamin C an average person needs a day.
  7. At only 80 calories, oranges are nutritious and filling, thanks to their fibre and water content.
  8. Just one ounce (two tablespoons) of fresh lemon juice fulfils 20% of your daily vitamin C requirement.
  9. Adding fresh lemon juice to your tea helps increase absorption of antioxidants.
  10. All these fruits are fat-free, sodium-free and cholesterol free.

Contest - Giveaway!

Yes, we're giving away here five sets of goodies from Sunkist, Chef Danhi and ToTT.

     Chef Danhi cookbooks
     Jamie Oliver peeler
     Cocktail mixing set from ToTT
     Branded aprons
     Oranges and lemons

How to enter:

1. Tell me in a comment below your favourite dish/drink/cocktail that uses oranges, grapefruit or other citrus fruits.

2. Email me (camemberu at gmail dotcom) your contact details (with the subject "Sunkist"), so I can arrange to pass you the prize at the Sunkist-Chef Danhi event at ToTT, if you are a winner.

3. (optional) Share this post on Facebook for an extra chance at winning. I will be able to track shares on the Facebook fanpage. You can also like it, if you like.

Winners will be chosen via random draw, so everyone has a fair chance. Closing date is noon, Sunday, 10 March 2013. I will contact winners via phone/email immediately after that, to meet you at the 4-6pm event.

So easy, right? Jump in, there's nothing to lose. I hope to see you at Chef Danhi's event!



  1. Cara Cara Pico de Gallo Recipe

    The cool refreshing orange and the refreshing bite of cilantro is to die for! One of my favourites, A MUST TRY - does not even take that much time to make! Get substitute for the mexican Pico de Gallo! Glad I watched the Sunkist video a couple years ago :)

    - Allen

  2. Lemon meringue cupcakes are they best citrusy and oh so yummy!

  3. Lemon macarons with lemon curd

  4. I make a lovely Lemon pound cake.

    margueritecore [at] gmail [dot] com

  5. Orange Chiffon Cake with Lemon Zest

  6. Hi, Nice dish and I like to try in next thanks giving party. Thanks

    money india

  7. Lemon with lemon grass, garlic, chilli, stir fried with squid!

  8. Rocket leaves topped with feta cheese, orange and/or grapefruit slices, drizzled with natural citrus juices and balsamic vinegar. 10 mins prep.


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