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Lou-bags

I have a full large tub of Greek yoghurt to use up in the next couple of days. 
 

What can I make with it? 
 

ideas please 😊🙏🏻

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Fluffy Potatoes

Scrolls - Apple and cinnamon, pizza or cheesy mite are hits here. 

From memory it’s 1:2 yoghurt:sr flour. 

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MooGuru

Following as I do too!

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got my tinsel on

yoghurt, honey, nuts + spoon.

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PuddingPlease

Combined with lots of fresh garlic and salt you can make a delicious dip for crackers or corn chips.

We usually just have it in a bowl with honey tbh, Greek yoghurt is delicious :D

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FiveAus

Flatbread. Equal parts Greek yoghurt to self raising flour, a big pinch of salt, knead (add more SR flour if needed), rest for half an hour then divide and roll out into thin rounds. Fry on a hot dry pan until bubbled and golden then flip and fry the other side. Delicious with curries, or just eaten hot with cheese as a "rollup".

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Sancti-claws

Yes to flatbread.  Muffins and cakes.  Freeze portions for putting into soups or curries.  Cheesecake.

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Redchick2

I use yoghurt in the place of buttermilk (or milk) in muffins. You can also freeze yoghurt - won’t be a great consistency for eating but will be fine for cooking. If you are up against a use by date I still use yoghurt past it’s dating (and I am super fussy about food safety). 

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seayork2002

Tzatziki 

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lizzzard

Chicken korma?

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Lou-bags

Wow thanks all!

im thinking maybe the lemon cake (our tree is bursting with fruit and we do have a play date this arvo). 
 

and then pizza or flat breads with something for dinner.

also did not think of freezing- cheers. 

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Silverstreak

I would do baked chicken marinated in yoghurt and spices, serve with green salad and baked potato.

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cardamom

Labne dip! Just strain yoghurt overnight in a sieve (over a bowl); once it's thickened, add a good pinch of salt, top with olive oil and dukkah or zaatar (or just cumin/sesame seeds). Yum.

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dadwasathome

Yoghurt flatbread is totally yum

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Hands Up

Bagels

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22Fruitmincepies
1 hour ago, Silverstreak said:

I would do baked chicken marinated in yoghurt and spices, serve with green salad and baked potato.

Oh I used to do a good one - yoghurt mixed with some harissa and coriander, maybe some lemon juice. Coat chicken (marylands or drumsticks work best) and roast. Must do that again soon. 

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dadwasathome

OT, but does anyone know why most suprmarket yogurt in the USA (or at least several different supermarkets in several states) seems to be "Australian style"? Noosa yoghurt is a huge brand there (one of the owners is from Oz and visited Noosa once), and Wallaby is another.

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22Fruitmincepies
3 minutes ago, dadwasathome said:

OT, but does anyone know why most suprmarket yogurt in the USA (or at least several different supermarkets in several states) seems to be "Australian style"? Noosa yoghurt is a huge brand there (one of the owners is from Oz and visited Noosa once), and Wallaby is another.

So we all buy Greek yoghurt and Americans buy Australian yoghurt? That’s very funny. 

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BBC

Tandoori chicken

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Bethlehem Babe
1 minute ago, 22Fruitmincepies said:

So we all buy Greek yoghurt and Americans buy Australian yoghurt? That’s very funny. 

But what do the Greeks buy? I tried Danish yogurt the other day. Amazing. 

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