Peel cucumbers, cut into quarters and remove seeds. Dice. Put them in a colander and cover with a clean dish towel and place something heavy on it to help remove water. Let stand for 30 minutes. Drain well and try…
Replacing mayonnaise with yogurt in potato salad makes for a lighter, healthier dish. The tang of Ruffwing’s plain yogurt really adds to the flavor of this dish.
A Holmes County dairy farm’s yogurt business continues to develop as Velvet View Farmstead Yogurt adds more markets that carry both its plain and Greek yogurt varieties.
Anyone can make yogurt without the use or need for special equipment. A fermented milk product, it’s not only healthy and full of live active cultures for intestinal health, but it’s economical…and delicious! Be sure to reserve 1/3 cup of this batch as a starter for your next batch. (More good news: starters can be frozen up to 3 months and thawed when needed.)
Enjoy this with rice and pita bread.
Farmstead yogurt a natural step for Holmes County family
Don’t expect an overly spicy kick in this pretty little dip. Pink peppercorns are actually dried berries, not pepper, with a delightful floral taste. Serve with blanched chilled asparagus spears, cherry tomatoes or an assortment of crudities.
Yogurt is the key to this smooth and silky dough that yields bread with a delightfully tender crumb. Even those new to bread making will enjoy delicious results with this easy recipe.
Yogurt is a natural tenderizer for all kinds of meats: lamb, chicken, pork and beef and is used frequently in Indian cuisine. Garam masala is a blend of warm, not hot, Indian spices that can be purchased in the spice aisle or blended at home…a combination of ingredients not to be missed.
The first thing you’ll notice when you open a container of Greek yogurt is how thick it is.