1 Bag =500 Grams
Kanzi Apples were bred as a dessert variety, so they are best for fresh eating. Eating them straight, in salads, or cut up into fresh snacks showcases their crunchy snap. Kanzis also make good baking apples, since they keep both their shape and their juiciness after being cooked; try them in pies or tarts.
They do not store particularly well but can keep for a few weeks in the refrigerator. Kanzis pair well with white, creamy cheeses that don’t compete with the apple’s flavour. The sweetness of Kanzis also pairs well with strong cheeses such as gorgonzola, and other fruits such as figs.