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To use Greek yoghurt in a fish pie?

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Acunningruse Mon 25-Jul-16 19:37:15

Was planning on using Creme fraiche but only have a tiny bit left. Really CBA to do a proper white sauce- mine never work anyway. Would IBU to use Greek yoghurt, feel like this and Creme fraiche are essentially the same thing?

Noonesfool Mon 25-Jul-16 19:38:57

It'll be fine.

I bloody love yogurt.

SouperSal Mon 25-Jul-16 19:53:41

Jamie Oliver uses double cream with cheese if that helps.

EsmeraldaEllaBella Mon 25-Jul-16 19:54:33

I would smile

MollyRedskirts Mon 25-Jul-16 19:57:19

I've done it with yogurt, quark, fromage frais...

BikeRunSki Mon 25-Jul-16 19:57:36

I would. Might add a bit of flour to stabilise it.

guineapig1 Mon 25-Jul-16 20:00:25

Yup, will be fine. I always use yoghurt/creme fraiche/sour cream/philadelphia interchangably when i cba to go shopping!

FoxesOnSocks Mon 25-Jul-16 20:01:46

I find there's still that Greek yogurt taste off it, how tiny is the tiny bit of creme frais? Enough to mix?

Acunningruse Mon 25-Jul-16 20:30:47

Thanks all, used a bit of everything, Creme fraiche, Greek yoghurt, double cream, soft the oven now so will report back..

MackerelOfFact Mon 25-Jul-16 20:32:50

Yeah it'll be fine. I used it in cauliflower cheese yesterday when I discovered the milk was off.

TlentifiniMaarhaysu Tue 26-Jul-16 16:44:16

YANBU at all. However, don't do what my friend did when he invited me round for a homemade curry one time. I mentioned the unusual flavour that I couldn't quite place in amongst the vegetables, spices, etc. "Oh yes," he replied. "The recipe said plain yoghurt but I only had fruits of the forest so I used that instead."

Acunningruse Wed 27-Jul-16 08:53:49

grin Tlentifini no it was absolutely fine, will definitely do the same again.

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