Whether lending body to a sauce or tenderizing a cake, yogurt proves an indispensible ingredient.
7 Ways With Yogurt
Like a talented character actor, yogurt can take on many roles. A cultured dairy product that relies on healthy bacteria and
mild fermentation for its rich texture and mild tang, yogurt offers infinite flexibility in sauces, marinades, and desserts.
One taste of our creamy and filling recipes and you're sure to book yogurt for a starring role in your kitchen.
Yogurt Cheese Appetizer
Let the strainer do all the work in this simple appetizer. After draining overnight, plain yogurt emerges as a fresh, spreadable
cheese easily dressed up with herbs, olives, and warm pita slices for a party.
Although panna cotta means "cooked milk" in Italian, using whole-milk yogurt adds richness and incomparable flavor to this
simple show-stopper. The fragrance of orange peel and vanilla beans enhances yogurt's subtle tang.
Chickpea-Vegetable Salad with Curried Yogurt Dressing
Refreshing, hearty, and zesty all at once, this salad uses fat-free yogurt as the foundation for a creamy dressing to toss
with colorful vegetables. It's great for a light yet filling dinner or a packed lunch.
Creamy sauces don't have to rely on whipping cream for their silky texture. Here, nonfat yogurt and light ricotta join forces
to create a smooth, basil-scented pasta sauce with only 26 percent of calories from fat.