Less than 75 calories and very delicious! I used beech smoked salmon from Aldi, which is excellent value. This is so simple to make that it barely warrants a recipe, but I’m trying to compile a list of really low calories meals for my own use (lest I forget them) and thought others who are...
I have a cookery book called "Mango Soup" by Jenni Malsingh. And in that book there is a recipe for mango soup. She took two Indian dishes and combined them. She took the Gujarati idea of adding mango pulp to karli (which is a gram flour and yoghurt soup) and the Keralan idea of coconut & mango...
We're quite used to rice and pomegranate seeds because we always include pomegranate seeds in our rice salads. However, we've never included yoghurt in our rice salads nor have we ever included curry leaves. So this recipe is quite new to us in that concept.
This is one of many recipes that I...
Poached Eggs with Yogurt (Oeufs Poches Au Yaourt)
1 TB. vinegar
1 pint plain yogurt
freshly ground black pepper and salt to taste
1 TB. melted butter and paprika for garnish
Poach eggs in water to cover to which 1 TB. vinegar has been added, about 3 minutes. Be careful not to boil...
A virtually fat-free potato salad using yoghurt rather than mayo. The sun-dried tomatoes add a kick of tangy flavour, the olives add saltiness and the parsley brightens and freshens the flavour. This salad is best made when the potatoes are still warm.
Ingredients (serves 1 to 2)
This is such an easy recipe and you can vary the spices to make it your own. Its just just three steps!
1 whole chicken
200g plain yoghurt
1 heaped tsp ground chilli
1/2 tsp ground turmeric
1/2 tsp ground cumin
1 tsp ground coriander
1 tsp asafetida
1 tsp salt
2 x 250 gm Beef fillets, at least 25mm thick.
1 tblsp Prepared mustard sauce
2 tblsp Cracked black peppercorns
1 tblsp Olive oil
150 ml Beef stock
100 ml Plain yoghurt
Sprinkle the salt over both sides of the fillets then brush both sides with the mustard sauce...
Okay I have no idea if thats the correct way to spell it but thats how my husband pronounces it. So lets just call it that even if it's wrong who cares as long as it taste good right? Now there are two different versions of Babanook there's the tomato one and the tahini yogurt one. I have yet to...
125 ml Plain yoghurt
1 tblsp Worcestershire sauce
1 tblsp Whisky
1 tblsp Whole black peppercorns
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
Heat the plain yoghurt in a small saucepan stirring continuously until almost boiling (do not boil). Stir in the Worcestershire sauce and...
350gm Pig’s kidley
Salt and pepper
1 tblsp Vegetable oil
1 pat Butter
1 small Onion finely chopped
3 cloves Garlic, minced
3 splashes of vinegar
3 tsp Mustard
100 gm Yoghurt
Juice from 1 lime
Trim the kidley by removing the gristle and cut the remainder into bite size...
I know there have been other posts/threads about home-made yoghurt, but this is the method which works for me!
7 glass jars, size approx. 180 ml (hint: such as pesto jars, baby food jars, or even the jars that come with the yoghurt maker :giggle:)
7 plastic screw top lids
Buckytom's basic tzatziki sauce
500 ml, or 1 pint Greek-style yogurt, drained if necessary (start with more than a pint if it needs to drain)
3 to 7 cloves of garlic to taste, the more the better imo
1 medium cucumber
1 tablespoon red wine vinegar
1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
This makes a lovely moist cake with a nice zing from the rhubarb - perfect served with a dollop of cream or creme fraiche.
Rhubarb Vanilla Yogurt Cake by morning glory posted Jan 19, 2017 at 5:45 PM
Photo by Morning Glory
300g rhubarb, thinly sliced
310g self-raising flour
I recently picked up a yoghurt maker for AUD $10. (That's less than £7.50.)
I'm about to try to make my first batch of dairy free yoghurt (being allergic to dairy, this makes sense to me!) and I was wondering why the instructions tell me I must bring the soya milk to the boil and allow it too...
It kind of goes without saying that I have no idea whether this salad will work or not, nor what it would taste like, being both vegetarian and allergic to dairy, but I stumbled across it whilst looking for salad ideas and thought that it might be interesting for the current ingredient recipes...
I've just picked up a yoghurt maker for AUD $10.
What (else) can I make with it? I think I can use it to make nut cheeses as well as yoghurt which I also want to make. Obviously nondairy ones but my chooks love yoghurt so I can also make dairy based ones.
So how do I make yoghurt again and...