Sour cream is so much more than just a topping for your baked potato. See how you can use it as a key ingredient in appetizers, breads, sides, and desserts.
October 19, 2009
1 of 8Photo: Beau Gustafson; Styling: Mindi Shapiro Levine
7 Ways with Sour Cream
If you've been limiting your use of sour cream to topping a baked potato or a plate of nachos, you're missing out. Its creamy tanginess adds to the flavor and smooth texture of appetizers, breads and desserts. And if you're watching fat and calories, it's available in both reduced-fat and nonfat versions.
Sour Cream-Lemon Pound Cake Recipe Online reviewers give this tender pound cake a resounding 5-star rating with one fan claiming that it's "by far the best pound cake I have ever made. It is very moist and has a good but not overpowering flavor. I would cut it in half and stick the other half in the freezer because this cake is gone in seconds at my house."