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What's your favourite recipe using Greek yoghurt?

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DarkBlueEyes Sun 30-Nov-14 19:53:27

I have rather a glut of green yoghurt and am desperate for inspiration!!! Thanks all in advance.

DarkBlueEyes Sun 30-Nov-14 19:54:08

That would be GREEK yoghurt, not green! blush

Charitygirl1 Sun 30-Nov-14 19:56:54

Stew some fruit - rhubarb, apricots, apples with cinnamon
Spoon it into a shallow ish dish.
Cover with a thick layer of GY
Sprinkle dark brown sugar generously over the top.
Let is stand for anything more than 10 mins (happy in fridge for hours). Sugar sort of melts. Delicious.

Yes to the brown sugar thing - lovely. I like it with poached plums.

Tsatziki - finely dice an onion and lots of cucumber, crush a couple of cloves of garlic. Mix into the yoghurt with a big squeeze of lemon juice, a splash of good olive oil and some chopped mint.

I quite often mix it with granola and a sliced banana for breakfast.

Stir into a curry at the last minute, or make a minty dip to have alongside a curry.

TyneTeas Sun 30-Nov-14 20:11:10

Some of my favourite meals with yoghurt are:

Chicken kebabs - marinaded chicken with peppers in pita bread or wraps with yoghurt

Chilli Prawn Curry - serve with yoghurt

Spicy Golden chicken rice - serve with yoghurt

(You can freeze yoghurt too )

Andcake Sun 30-Nov-14 20:14:31

I've used it to make mushroom stroganoff before when I didn't have sour cream. Was good I just googled the recipe. Also I've made my quiches with it before - lovely and creamy smile

bruffin Sun 30-Nov-14 20:18:13

Use it on cereal instead of milk

Charitygirl1 Sun 30-Nov-14 20:22:59

Oh yeah granola and yog for breakfast - absolutely the best.

Shockers Sun 30-Nov-14 20:34:54

Fresh figs, honey and Greek yoghurt.


DarkBlueEyes Mon 01-Dec-14 10:11:02

Thank you ladies. I will freeze one pot and use some of those lovely ideas to use up the rest. The children will be getting stewed apple and Greek yog for pudding tonight!

sweetheart Wed 03-Dec-14 10:49:20

chilli pasta bake yum scrum!

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