Ciku Juice & Winners of Think Out Of The Shell Volume II Giveaway

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Ciku Juice / Chikoo Juice

Ciku oh ciku.. I love thee.. I remember there used to be a ciku tree in my family house that bear abundance of ciku fruits. We moved later on and over the years, the price of ciku kept increasing. The fruit sellers said there’s not many ciku farm, hence ciku supply is very limited.

Ciku (chikoo or Sapodilla) is a very sweet fruit, and I usually take it as a fruit. Until I had a ciku juice in a Vietnamese restaurant a few years back. It was like thick ciku puree.. pure bliss. Since that time, I’ve can’t find ciku juice. That restaurant or any other vietnamese restaurants with ciku juice on their menu does not serve it anymore. Seems ciku supply is low.

Ciku / Chikoo

I tried to make it at home and the recipes I found are mostly indian chiku milkshake. You can blend with milk or my version of just water & lots of ciku..

Ciku Juice
 
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Cool refreshing ciku drink
Recipe type: Beverage
Serves: 2
Ingredients
  • 3 Ciku – peeled & deseeded
  • 250ml (1cup) Water (or any type of milk)
  • ½ cup Cce – Optional
Instructions
  1. Blend all ingredients.
  2. Enjoy immediately.
  3. Savour the bliss…

Now for the announcement. Thank you for taking the time to share the Think Out Of The Shell Volume II Giveaway post! We have tremendous response for the giveaway, we’ve garnered a total of 195 entries! To thank everyone’s support, I’ve decided to give it away my extra copy of the book as well!

The 4 winners who will be enjoying baking with Think Out Of The Shell Volume II are:
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  • Yen Simpson
  • Erin M Tracy
  • Esther
  • Jeannie Tay

Congratulation Winners! please acknowledge this post within 48 hrs and email to justasdelish@gmail[.]com your postal address.

Thank you again for all your entries & Nutriplus for sponsoring this Giveaway!

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16 Comments

  1. Sorry it took me so long to respond to this. My boyfriend was sick and then I was sick, so I didn’t have a lot of free time. Thank you so much for emailing me and letting me know I won. I’m so very excited to receive the cookbook. Your blogs are so interesting and entertaining. Thank you for sharing your knowledge!
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  2. I love ciku too! Never tried thejuice though… Congrats to the winners!
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  3. I have never heard nor seen a ciku! What a beautiful little fruit. I guess I’ll have to enjoy it through your description and lovely pictures. Thanks for introducing a new food!

  4. Ciku juice sounds delicious! If I see ciku on sale, I would buy a lot and choose some unripe ones so they can last longer:D Yay! I won the book! Can’t wait to receive it! I have emailed to you:D
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  5. It’s been ages since I last had ciku! This is a great idea making juice with them. YUM!

  6. Ah ciku, one of my favourite fruits too. Yes, i remembered when i was a kid, there was an abundance of it, my parents will buy a lot and peel them for us. Vietnam Kitchen still has ciku juice on their menu, but lately it is not so sweet anymore, i think they use just semi ripe ones and add sugar :( oh, btw, i’m so happy to have won one of the cookbooks, yay! Thanks! Have sent you an email with my mailing address.
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    • Ya, last time there’s abundance of ciku. will lookout for ciku juice at Vietnam Kitchen.. but it’s so easy to make my own la.. :D Congrats on winning the cookbook, I have receive your email.

  7. Shannon, I love ciku a lot too! Haven’t eaten it for quite some time as cannot find. Even if available at the fruit seller, the quality is not that good. I have never had it juiced before. I just eat the whole fruit. Am now recalling it’s sweet slightly creamy and gritty texture.
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