Lemon & Ginger Salmon : Deiss PRO Giveaway ( CLOSED )

Lemon & Ginger Salmon makes a healthy midweek meal. It’s so easy – marinate in lemon, ginger, garlic, honey & soy for just 15 minutes while your oven preheats & then bake for 15 minutes!

When I was asked if I would like to review the Deiss PRO zester and grater, it was easy for me to say yes. As someone who loves kitchen gadgets which do what they’re supposed to, I was keen to see what the Deiss grater could do. I’m definitely not the sort of person to buy the latest gadget just to say I’d got one – the Kitchen Shed gets packed and moved at least twice a year so everything has to earn its place.

Immediately you can see the Deiss grater is different from the well known brand most people are likely to be familiar with. In fact, the slimline design of the Deiss reminds me of OH’s carpentry tools – maybe the designer was inspired by a rasp ? The grater feels sturdy and comfortable in use and once cleaned, you can simply clip on the safety cover before popping it into a drawer. I like the fact the grater does a grand job of zesting and grating as a two in one device is a definite bonus for me with my limited drawer space. I found the Deiss can grate anything from hard cheeses to ginger and whizzes through garlic, chocolate and vegetables!

One of our favourite quick and easy mid-week meals is Lemon & Ginger Salmon and it was the perfect recipe for me to put the Diess PRO zester and grater through its paces. I used the Diess over a board to give a better view in the photos but the slimline profile of the grater makes it easy to use directly over a bowl or pan.

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Lemon & Ginger Salmon : Deiss PRO Giveaway
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Lemon & Ginger Salmon makes a healthy midweek meal. It's so easy - marinate in lemon, ginger, garlic, honey & soy for just 15 minutes while your oven preheats & then bake for 15 minutes!
Recipe type: Main
Serves: 4 portions
  • 4 salmon fillets
  • Zest and juice of 1 lemon
  • 2 garlic cloves - crushed
  • 2 cm piece of grated ginger
  • 1 tablespoon of honey
  • 2 tablespoons soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon sesame seeds
  1. Mix all the marinade ingredients together and cover the salmon fillets with the marinade. Marinate for 15 mins to 30 mins max.
  2. Preheat the oven to Gas Mark 6 /200℃ /400℉.
  3. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes.
  4. Serve with broccoli and rice.
Preparation time does not include marinating time of 15 minutes.


The grater made light work of zesting lemon and grating ginger and I even had a go at cheffy style garlic grating – I generally use a garlic press but apparently grating garlic is said to release more flavour. That said, my being a little clumsy, the grater being really sharp and me valuing my finger ends, I’m not totally converted to garlic grating. I think I’ll stick to lemons and ginger as they are much safer to grate and the non-slip handle on the Diess is a great safety feature. (BTW – I keep ginger in the freezer and grate it from frozen, it’s so much easier and as you can see from the photo I don’t bother peeling it)

The Deiss grater is dishwasher safe and comes with a lifetime guarantee.
Coming in at just under £8 after a 20% discount offered by Deiss to all my readers, the grater is a real bargain. Click this link to claim your discount when you buy from Amazon using code 36MFADG8 – code expires 1st March. Even better news is that I have three Deiss graters up for grabs through the Rafflecopter giveaway – just scroll down this page and check out the details. You can keep in touch with Deiss and their latest products through Deiss Offical Instagram and Facebook pages.

How to enter the giveaway

All you have to do to enter is write a comment in the comments section at the bottom of this post and visit my Facebook page, then complete the Rafflecopter widget to say you’ve done it. If you want to, you can get extra bonus entries too! Just follow the instructions in the widget below.

Here’s the inevitable small print!

Entries to this giveaway and selection of winners are to be made using the Rafflecopter widget.
If this is the first time you’ve come across a giveaway using Rafflecopter, there’s a short video here to show exactly how it works.
Deiss Kitchenware are giving away a Deiss PRO Citrus Zester and Grater to three lucky Tales From The Kitchen Shed readers. Three randomly selected winners will each receive a Deiss Kitchenware Deiss PRO Citrus Zester and Grater – there is no cash alternative. Winners will be contacted by email within 48 hours of the giveaway closing to request a UK mainland address for delivery of their prize. If a winner does not respond within seven days, their entry into the giveaway will be deleted and a new winner will be selected. Delivery of the prizes will be arranged directly by Deiss Kitchenware to whom Tales From The Kitchen Shed will forward the address details provided by the winners. The giveaway closes at 23:59 hours GMT on 3rd March 2017. Entrants suspected by the organiser of attempting to gain unfair advantage or circumventing the giveaway entry process will be be disqualified. The organiser of the giveaway reserves the right to change these terms and conditions at any time without notice.

Wishing you the best of luck   🙂

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Disclosure: The Amazon link I’ve provided to the Deiss grater is an affiliate link. This won’t affect the price of your grater if you choose to buy but it should earn me a small commission which will go towards the running costs of my blog. I haven’t been paid for this post; all views expressed are completely my own and are 100% honest.

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