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Oh dear, instead of 1 I ordered 5 pots of yoghurt! Ideas needed please

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pickie Thu 04-Sep-08 17:49:22

ordered 5 half liter pots of yoghurt (Riverford ones and doesnt say if you can freeze it)and only needed one grin

Any ideas other then smoothies? Could I bake with yoghurt I wonder?

many thanks!

Twiglett Thu 04-Sep-08 17:55:11

assume natural yogurt?

Twiglett Thu 04-Sep-08 17:57:08

drinks: smoothies, lassis

desserts: cakes, with fruit salads

mains: curries

dips: tzatziki

ComeOVeneer Thu 04-Sep-08 17:57:23

This may give you a few ideas of how to use it up.

bundle Thu 04-Sep-08 17:57:59

i sometimes mix rose harissa with yoghurt as a marinade for lamb before grilling it, and then put another dish out to serve with teh lamb, lots of salad, flatbreads etc

tullytwo Thu 04-Sep-08 18:09:40

tandoori chicken marinade - tandoori spices mixed in to yogurt slathered all over the chicken before baking/grilling it -yum.

RubyRioja Thu 04-Sep-08 18:11:11

As I accidentally ordered 5kg of organic broccoli, I am unable to advise

Twiglett Thu 04-Sep-08 18:34:11

you know you can refuse to accept delivery of items and they'll credit them back

Cappuccino Thu 04-Sep-08 18:37:55

I have a yogurt bread recipe in the recently added recipes

<swot>

dead easy

I would just eat it, we get through 6 big pots a week. dd2 likes it with the tiniest drip of maple syrup, which is so small I doubt it makes any difference to the taste

charchargabor Thu 04-Sep-08 18:49:38

I mix it in with pasta, chicken, peas and herbs for a quick dinner. It tastes lovely!

Pinions Thu 04-Sep-08 18:57:23

Add it to chocolate cake - 3 tblsps yummy.

Aefondkiss Thu 04-Sep-08 19:00:59

my mum puts yoghurt in scones and in quiche, always good, and yoghurt in curry is fab... you could make yoghurt ice cream?

FluffyMummy123 Thu 04-Sep-08 19:01:28

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tiredandgrumpy Thu 04-Sep-08 19:03:19

We once made delicious buns made with yogurt with nectarine slice on top. Were really moist & super yummy. Not sure that I have the recipe though.

FluffyMummy123 Thu 04-Sep-08 19:04:17

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Overmydeadbody Thu 04-Sep-08 19:04:33

I'd recommend cappy's yoghurt bread, and also you could make a whole lot of naan bread (white flour mixed with yoghurt to form a dough, with yeast and salt) and freeze that.

You can make frozen yoghurt too (a good alternative to ice cream) just blend up lots of fruit, mix it with yogurt, and freeze.

Overmydeadbody Thu 04-Sep-08 19:05:17

Alternatively, it will keep for quite a long time in the fridge if you haven't opened it.

pickie Thu 04-Sep-08 19:26:54

thanks for all the ideas! Like the idea of using yoghurt instead of butter for baking plus tandoori chicken marinade sounds yummy!

Unfortunately I wasnt in when they delivered so couldnt give it back.

Rubyrioja fancy a swap? wink

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