Monday, 7 January 2013

Giveaway Breakfast hamper from Chobani Yoghurt






I recently  reviewed some Chobani yoghurt  and made this lovely yoghurt and coconut chutney
and these delicious savoury  sweetcorn drop pancakes with them. The yoghurts are rich, creamy and delicious and low fat too. This makes them perfect for baking, cooking or just plain eating.They make wonderful smoothies and are ideal for stirring into soups and sauces.




This month simply.food is hosting an event "Lets cook healthy breakfasts".Chobani yoghurts are perfect for breakfast. To encourage you to eat healthy, simply.food have teamed up with Chobani yoghurts who have generously offered to provide a healthy breakfast hamper as a give away prize for one simply.food reader.


The Prize

The prize valued at £ 50.00 contains:

Full range of Chobani Fat Free Strained Yoghurt 170g (Strawberry, Pomegranate, Peach, Blood Orange, Black Cherry, Plain + additional Plain pots)
4 x breakfast bowls
1 x Chobani conversion chart tea towel
1 x Chobani apron
1 x dried goji berries
1 x organic dried cranberries
1 x hazelmalt crunch
1 x organic choco coconut crunchy granola
1 x organic spelt crispy muesli 

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177 comments:

  1. I love using yoghurt to make american pancakes for breakfast - one of my favourite breakfasts

    http://gardenteacakesandme.blogspot.co.uk/2012/11/recipe-chocolate-american-pancakes.html

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  2. potato gratin done with yoghurt and milk

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  3. i use natural yoghurt to make tuna mayo with less mayo and fat.

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  4. We use yogurt a lot at home. It's brilliant as a marinade for chicken, with lots of spices, ginger, garlic and chillies.

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  5. It's great as a marinade for chicken. Add spices, ginger, garlic and chillies.

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  6. Chicken Tikka, love to use some natural yoghurt in the marinade.

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  7. I use natural toghurt rather than creme fraiche to make the filling for my raspberry and almond tart. It is very yummy!
    karen s
    twannywun at hotmail.com

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  8. STRAWBERRY CHEESECAKE - FOR THE FILLING: FRESH CREAM, STRAWBERRY YOGHURT AND CREAM CHEESE.

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  9. Put some greek yoghurt & berries into lolly molds and freeze for healthy natural ice creams :)

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  10. I love yoghurt, sultanas or raisins with mashed banana, I usually have it for breakfast.

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  11. I love making homemade fruit yoghurt, such as one with fresh blueberries for my toddler. I know it's got all the natural goodness and none of the nasties.

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  12. A green pea dip with lots of zesty mint, coriander, garlic and olive oil and a dollop of yoghurt to cool the chili, scoop out with spicy nachos!

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  13. Replace cream with yogurt in a creamy pasta bake

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  14. A mouth-watering prize. For breakfast I'm currently enjoying plain yogurt with raspberries, blueberries, chopped papaya and All-Bran.

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  15. I like plain yoghurt with mixed berries (strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries) and a drizzle of local honey. Simply, healthy, delicious.

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  16. I like mixed berries (strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries) with a good quality plain yoghurt and a drizzle of local honey.

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  17. I like natural on the top of a hot chili to cool it down a little.

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  18. I love yogurt and use it a lot, especially in cakes where it makes for a lovely texture. Probably my all time favourite is simply with chopped mint and cucumber as a delicious cooling accompaniment to a hot curry.

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  19. Harissa Chicken and butternut squash served with yoghurt. Mmmm

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  20. I did durban curried whole chicken last night with a carrot and mint pilaf. Then I did a yoghurt dip, grated garlic, fresh coriander, cumin powder, chiili, salt, lemon juice and yoghurt. It was scrummy!

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  21. I mix some yogurt and tandori spices and marinate a a whole skinless chicken, then oven bake. Tasty and low fat.

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  22. lamb kebabs with a mint yoghurt sauce

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  23. Plain yoghurt with sliced strawberries and kiwi fruit,

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  24. Yummy Yogurt Pancakes! they are extra fluffy and so scrummy.

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  25. Yummy Yogurt Pancakes! they are extra fluffy and so scrummy.

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  26. I love making spinach raita with yoghurt - or any raita really.

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  27. I am obsessed with using Yogurt in Guacamole, or my personal fave is using it as a sauce mixed in with spices for skinny enchiladas!

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  28. Yogurt topped with muesli, cranberries and honey is the most tasty start to any day!

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  29. Yogurt topped with muesli, honey and cranberries is the most delicious way to start the day!

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  30. You can make a delicious chicken tandoori marinade using yogurt, garlic, and the usual tandoori spices.

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  31. I would make a dip with natural yoghurt and chopped mint to serve with homemade lamb burgers; great with warmed pittas and greek salad.

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  32. on pancakes with fruit as a healthier option

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  33. Crush some meringue and grate some chocolate and mix it in for a taste treat!

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  34. hot rhubarb crumble and yogurt

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  35. we make dips with yoghurt instead of mayo.

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  36. I use it to make vegetable tikka curry

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  37. I love making 'fruit shakes' with yoghurt!

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  38. Tandoori Chicken - yoghurt, lemon juice, ginger, garlic, chilli powder & coriander with a delicious Tzatziki dip as a side - a Greek Indian combo!

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  39. a fab recipe is Griddled aubergines with yogurt & mint - perfect summer starter (katie skeoch)

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  40. I like to use it as a marinade for chicken, you can add so many different herbs and spices

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  41. add some natural yoghurt to your curry if its too hot and spicy for you, that should cool it down

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  42. i often mix yogurt with pieces of chopped up fruit, like apple, grapes, peaches and strawberries for the children to eat, they love it and dont realise i hiding fruit in it

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  43. Really simple, but I love Greek yoghurt with berries and coconut flakes for breakfast

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  44. I've heard that using yogurt in a cake mix will make it more moist

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  45. I love Yogurt loaf cakes, usually with cherries in, lovely!

    Simon

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  46. I use yoghurt when making lemon curd Ice cream

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  47. I love yoghurt mixed with meringue and berries to make an Eton Mess type dessert :)

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  48. I use yoghurt instead of egg and milk in cake mix

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  49. Yogurt with honey, toasted oats and toasted almonds.

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  50. I love to top toasted waffles with jam and yoghurt :D

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  51. I am forever adding natural yoghurt to my curries - it gives them a lovely creamy texture without the fat content !

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  52. A nice curry, preferably not too hot

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  53. Low fat yougurt in curry, or use for tandori dish, or simply pour over fresh fruit!

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  54. vanilla yoghurt with fresh strawberries and raspberries- a simple but yummy desert!

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  55. Yogurt Cake
    serves 8 or more
    1 1/2 cups full-fat yogurt
    2/3 cup olive oil
    1 1/4 cup sugar
    3 eggs
    1 teaspoon vanilla
    2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
    2 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
    3/4 teaspoon baking soda
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    Pinch freshly ground nutmeg

    Heat the oven to 350°F. Grease a 9-inch springform pan lightly with baking spray or oil, and line the bottom with parchment.

    Whisk together the yogurt, olive oil, sugar, eggs, and vanilla. Add the flour, baking powder, soda, salt, and nutmeg right into the liquids and stir just until no lumps remain.

    Pour the batter into the cake pan and bake for 50 to 60 minutes, covering with foil at the end if the top is browning. When a tester comes out clean, transfer the cake to a cooling rack and let it cool for 10 minutes before removing it from the pan.

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  56. I have used yogurt in my quiche and it tasted divine!

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  57. I love the yoghurt and fruit with granola recipe by the Hairy Bikers! yuummmy

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  58. I use yoghurt to make a banana frozen yoghurt, healthy and delicious

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  59. I like yoghurt with fresh berries (especilly blueberries) drizzled with honey. Great for a light pudding after your evening meal!

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  60. I love using yoghurt to make naan and other breads - gives such a lovely light fluffy result

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  61. If you want to add a twist and a bit of kick to your Cauliflower cheese add a sppon or 2 of plain yogurt and a pinch of dried mustard to the sauce :-)

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  62. I like to keep it simple.. yogurt and honey (greek style) and with a few seeds/nuts scattered on top... yummy!

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  63. def in a cheesecake can add a nice twang

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  64. def in a cheesecake can add a nice twang

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  65. Mix yogurt with spices and chilli and marinate chicken before grilling it.

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  66. I add nutmeg, garlic, wilted spinach, mushrooms and a little parmesan to yogurt to make a healthier creamy pasta sauce.

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  67. Love adding yoghurt to curries, when the recipe calls for it, or at the end if it's turned out hotter than intended. And I just like eating it, over chopped fruit is good.

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  68. I make yoghurt cake, 1 pot of yoghurt, 0.5 pot of veg oil, 1.5 pot of sugar and 3 pots of flour. add 3 eggs and bake, you get one moist sponge cake.

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  69. I'm a big spicy food fan, so I keep yoghurt handy in the fridge to dollop in curries, stews etc when I've overdone it a bit.

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  70. I like yoghurt with no additions at all just plain - lovely

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  71. More of a serving suggestion than a recipe, but adding yoghurt to a curry really cools it down, so you can make a hot curry, then make it less spicy for those that don't like it so hot.

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  72. Nice and simple, yoghurt, fresh berries and honey =)

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  73. For breakfast in summer with Wheatgerm and Fresh Fruit, and anytime I fancy a sweet snack.

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  74. I like yogurt with fresh fruit for breakfast

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  75. I use youghurt instead of cream in most recipes as it's far healthier and easier on the waist line!

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  76. I love making yoghurt with granola and strawberry sauce as a special breakfast treat.

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  77. My mum makes a great wheat free bread using dove's flour & natural yoghurt You just mix it up and grill it!

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  78. I use natural yugurt to make a savoury sauce that's great to serve on pasta shapes like ravioli or tortellini.
    1 tub of yogurt
    same tub of water
    1 egg
    Whisk together
    Heat to just boiling
    Add crushed dry mint and a few cloves of garlic (fried)

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  79. I use yoghurt in coleslaw and to make creamy salad dressing. It's also good in curries too!

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  80. I use yoghurt instead of milk on my cereal to lower the fat content

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  81. Cereal with yoghurt! Simple and very tasty :}

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  82. I always use yoghurt in my chicken curry

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  83. Yoghurt makes a great base for a Chicken Korma! :)

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  84. Where do I start, there are so many wonderful recipes where one can use yogurt. I often bake a yogurt cake, and also add yogurt to the pancake/blini batter. Salads of all kinds too

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  85. I love to yoghurt american pancakes. I also put some oatmeal and ground flaxseed in the mixture. I serve with either blueberries or strawberry/raspberry and bananas. If I dont have berries at home jam is okay too =)

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  86. Yoghurt mixed in with crushed up crunchy Granola bars - a delicious treat, and utterly healthy with it: result! :)

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  87. Yoghurt mixed in with crushed up crunchy Granola bars - a delicious treat, and utterly healthy with it: result! :)

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  88. I use plain Greek yoghurt in the white sauce in my vegetarian lasagna.

    I also use it in any recipe where cream is required. Far more healthier and I prefer the taste.

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  89. something i heard today: marble greek yogurt into brownie batter before baking. hm

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  90. I like using plain yoghurt in curry and also in fruit smoothies :)

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  91. Strain natural yogurt through a muslin cloth overnight, in the fridge. Roll remaining 'dry' yogurt into little balls, place in jar, cover with olive oil - homemade lebaneh balls yum

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  92. pour it over a lovely fresh fruit salad!

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  93. I always use yoghurt when making either a chicken tikka or korma.

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  94. I really enjoy yoghurtm granola and a variety of different berries. It is great for breakfast buy also as a heslthy dessert or snack in the evening. My sister outs yoghurt in ice lolly moulds and then has them frozen - delicious!!!

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  95. I have yoghurt with granola, a range of berries and a drizzle of honey. Hreat for breakfast or a healthy dessert. My sister puts yoghurt in ice lolly moulds and has them as a frozen treat - delicious!!

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  96. I love yogurt with fruit for breakfast!

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  97. I just love simple Granola with plain yoghurt.

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  98. I use it to make marinades for chicken

    @ashlallan

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  99. I love to use yoghurt as a marinade for meat as I love the creamy flavours and with yoghurt you can that without the extra fat content. Lamb cutlets in my favourite with a bit of lemon juice, rice wine, chilli, tumeric, sesame oil and coriander and then in the grill to be served with rice. Delicious!

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  100. whisk up plain yogurt until thick and frothy. Add dissolved sugar free jelly or vegetarian gelatine and fresh fruit. Leave it to set into different textured layers.

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  101. Mix plain yogurt with indian spices, spread over chicken breast or firm, white fish and grill for approx 20 minutes, depending on the size of your meat.
    Serve with griddled veggies and rice

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  102. Mix yogurt with indian spices, spread over chicken breast or firm, white fish and grill.

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  103. I use yogurt in a fruity trifle...Make sugar-free jelly (any flavour) add fruit and allow to set. Then dissolve gelatine in boiling water, allow to cool a little then add fruit yogurt (to go with the fruit jelly) and pour over the set jelly allow to set and add cream. A great fruity trifle.

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  104. chicken korma made with yoghurt instead of cream

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  105. I like to use yoghurt as a dip. By adding chillis, coriander and garlic cloves in pestle and mortar, then mix together and adding yoghurt you get a lovely dip

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  106. Greek yoghurt cheescake yum! :)

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  107. I like using yoghurt with various spices (including cardamom, coriander and garam masala), mixed with some chicken or turkey to make a quick great tasting curry.

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  108. Homemade chicken tikka masala, yum!

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  109. I use yoghurt instead of milk in my muffins for a slighty more tart flavour.

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  110. I put plain natural yoghurt on my porridge almost every morning.

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  111. Breakfast smoothie - 1 banana/assorted fruit of choice, then about 1/2 C of yogurt and a couple cubes of ice. Blend it!

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  112. Quick breakfast on the go...A pot of yougurt with a couple of spoons of granola stirred in..you can add a some grated chocolate if you're feeling naughty!

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  113. Creamy staek and onion. Cut frying beef into strips. Fry some red onion and chopped garlic in olive oil. Add the beef strips and fry until cooked. Add 2 teaspoons of dried tarragon. Add large tub of natural yoghurt. Warm until bubbling. Serve with boiled rice.

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  114. Natural yoghurt with fresh fruit for breakfast. Wonderful!

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  115. I love chicken curry made with yoghurt

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  116. I love using yoghurt in South African cooking , particularly in casseroles and stews.

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  117. I love using it to make light fillings for Meringues and cookies.

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  118. i love adding yogurt into curry it makes them creamy and yum :)

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  119. mix a sachet of porridge to your yoghurt the night before, leave in fridge overnight- add fresh berries or fruit the next morning and you have a healthy filling breakfast.

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  120. ......raita, just add grated cucumber and mint et voilĂ 

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  121. I use it in my meat curry
    Farhana

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  122. I like to make yogurt granola for the kids breakfast.

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  123. add wholegrain mustard to plain yoghurt and coat pork fillet and cook

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  124. Something I did with yoghurt last year was attempt icecream with it. Mixed cream, yoghust, boiled fresh blackberry juice (freshly picked, it was blackberry season) and sugar.

    Didn't come out creamy enough because I don't have an icecream maker but it was still quite nice, if a little more ice than cream.

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  125. I like to mix yoghurt with different fruits for my son for his breakfast :-) And encourages me to have something different from porridge every now and again

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  126. Use natural yoghurt in so many dishes but my favourite is straight out of the pot with fresh seasonal fruit

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  127. I use greek yoghurt and fruits to make smoothies

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  128. My son loves yoghurt on salads as a dressing and also puts it on his cereal most mornings

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  129. I just love a bowl of fruit with mixed seeds and a dash of honey for breakfast!

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  130. Weetabix with yogurt and fruit! yum yum

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  131. Pancakes with yogurt and honey. :)

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  132. I cook special Czech potato salad.

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  133. I like to add yoghurt to chicken Tikka Masala curry (also coconut milk) - gives it a lovely creamy texture and mellow flavour

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  134. I like to add to my own curry to soften the taste. I usually separate my husbands and my own ;)

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  135. vanilla yoghurt with fresh berries and crushed shortbread

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  136. We use yogurt instead of cream - I had some with my pancake yesterday served with fresh berries and honey x

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  137. I have yoghurt on cornflakes with sliced strawberries

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  138. Beef stroganoff, using sour cream or yoghurt.

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  139. Carbonara - much lighter and fresher taste with yoghurt instead of cream. Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  140. I make a lovely chicken korma with natural yoghurt and eat yoghurt daily with fruit x

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  141. I enjoy eating yoghurt almost every day, sometimes i add sweetness with maple syrup and some walnuts,or i make a smoothie with yoghurt ,mixed berries, crushed linseeds,i usually add either ginger,cinnamon or nutmeg as well.

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  142. I use natural youghurt to make the lightest. fluffiest scones.

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  143. I use it in cheesecake and also mixed up with jelly

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  144. Loving smoothies for Breakfast at the mo, todays was....
    Handful of frozen blueberries
    2 tblsp oats
    squirt of honey
    Natural yoghurt
    finely chopped nuts
    extra milk if too thick

    All Blended together, super energy food & kept me going until well into the afternoon. Bonus!

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  145. I like yoghurt with fresh fruit and Corn Flakes

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  146. crush meringues, top with forest fruits and yoghurt for an alternative eton mess

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  147. Not sure it is a recipe as such but we love using it with fruit and granola for a nice healthy pudding!

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  148. Shredded cabbage and carrot mixed into natural yogurt with a bit of salt, pepper and lemon juice makes lovely coleslaw!

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  149. I use it to make Greek Lemon cake x

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  150. Lemon yoghurt cake! I use Greek yoghurt for the added creaminess and t replaces a lot of the fat in a 8 inch cake so it makes a low fat, light and delicious lemon cake.

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  151. Whenever I cook a curry I go into yogurt overload! I use yogurt in my korma sauce, I put a few tablespoons in my naan bread and then we use what is left over for pudding with fruit and honey :D

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  152. I use yoghurt instead of cream in home made curries.

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  153. Yogurt with fresh fruit and granola is delish for breakfast!

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