What to do with sour milk?

(16 Posts)
whojamaflip Thu 01-Aug-19 13:01:48

So a combination of dc being away for a few days and me forgetting to cut the milk delivery back has resulted in a glut of sour milk 😳

It's just on the turn but not separated yet and I really don't want to dump it down the sink.

So far this morning I've made 4 dozen scones, 2 buttermilk ginger cakes and 3 buttermilk chocolate cakes but I've still got 3pints to deal with - any ideas for recipes which will use up a fair bit of milk?

Thinking of making a huge batch of white sauce - would it freeze ok? Or would it be better to use it for a pasta bake and freeze that?

Any suggestions welcome.

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julie81 Thu 01-Aug-19 13:11:39

Pancakes are nice with buttermilk. Also soaking chicken to tenderise then making nuggetts or something similar. A loaf of bread would also be nice.

FlukeSkyeRunner Thu 01-Aug-19 16:02:53

Make batches of cheese sauce to freeze. Or go the whole hog and make lasagnes to freeze. Rice pudding freezes well. Custard?

IHaveBrilloHair Thu 01-Aug-19 16:05:08

American biscuits.

FawnDrench Thu 01-Aug-19 18:38:24

Creamy-type soups
Cottage cheese
Yorkshire puds then freeze?

whojamaflip Thu 01-Aug-19 18:43:56

I'd forgotten about rice pudding! Used 2 pints to make that and will serve it later with raspberries - dc are going to wonder what's up getting a proper pudding in the middle of the week!

Also made a batch of cookies and I've cheese sauce cooling on the side to use for lasagne tomorrow.

Thanks all thanks

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MotherForkinShirtBalls Thu 01-Aug-19 18:50:15

Soda bread. You've just reminded me to make my own.

gowgow Thu 01-Aug-19 19:18:13

What about when it's separated? Any suggestions, please?
Savoury, I avoid sweet things.

I hate throwing anything away, but we use very little milk & it regularly goes off

whojamaflip Thu 01-Aug-19 20:55:58

Soda bread!!! How on earth did I forget about that?? Bugger no milk left now 🙁 -and me a northern Irish lass born and bred- blush

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MotherForkinShirtBalls Thu 01-Aug-19 21:09:02

I'm scarlet for ya, who.

gowgow, could you use it yo make yoghurt or cream cheese? Note, I've never made either, so I may be off there!

autumneve Sat 03-Aug-19 18:34:27

This is amazing! I had no idea you could still use soured milk!!!

Wondering if it's ok to still use if it's turning green

Bluesheep8 Sun 04-Aug-19 10:20:34

Oh I want my Mammy's homemade soda bread now!

LakeFlyPie Sat 10-Aug-19 12:21:37

Isn't sour milk (because it's old) different to soured milk (due to adding lemon juice etc)?

newtb Mon 12-Aug-19 11:12:09

Strain through muslin and add seasoning - soft cheese

autumneve Wed 14-Aug-19 10:20:26

Flamin heck. I'm not quite sure what to think of this thread.

Really?

Aussiesaff Mon 19-Aug-19 17:02:19

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