Kick up your recipe repetoire with a little help from this secret (sometimes not-so-secret) ingredient.
Yogurt isn't just for serving à la carte anymore. Make dressing creamier, baked goods more moist, and smoothies—well—smoother.
We've already give you all the facts you need to know about yogurt. This time, we're bringing you the best recipes to utlize this creamy, cultured milk.
We'll start you off with a Greek Yogurt with Warm Black and Blueberry Sauce.
Sweet, frozen berries make this a year-round treat to be enjoyed on tangy Greek yogurt. A fan of dessert for breakfast? This recipe packs the protein, so don't feel bad if you decide to start your day with an indulgence.
View Recipe: Greek Yogurt with Warm Black and Blueberry Sauce
When it was Linda Stoneking's turn to host her supper club, she decided to incorporate in-season corn as a theme to challenge
her guests. Her salad creation was the favorite that night. Yogurt in the chicken's marinade tempers the heat from the Sriracha
and keeps this dish family-friendly.
View Recipe: Chicken Dinner Salad
Loaf cakes hold up well in a lunch box, and a slice can stand in for breakfast on a busy morning. This healthy version is
made with potassium-packed bananas, canola oil, low-fat yogurt, and just 1/3 cup of sugar.
View Recipe: Banana Snacking Cake
If you've never used yogurt in your potato salad dressing before, you will soon become a convert. Our basic recipe for Creamy
Potato Salad is scrumptious as is. If you're looking to spice things up, try one of our three variations: Sour Cream-Dill,
German-Style, and Lemon-Herb.
View Recipe: Creamy Potato Salad
If you have the willpower, keep this recipe in the files until July and August roll around and peaches are at their most delicious.
Then, as the fruit hangs on the trees soaking up sunshine during summer's hottest days, all the magic happens. Crisp flesh
softens, and sugar levels rise to balance the tart acidity. No question: Peak peach time is worth the wait. Creamy yogurt
is brought to another level when scooped over these peaches.
View Recipe: Bourbon-Glazed Peaches With Yogurt
Plain low-fat yogurt is added into the batter to keep the cake moist. Serve the citrus compote over the cake and enjoy.
View Recipe: Tuscan Cake with Citrus Compote
Yogurt really is an unexpected ingredient in this crab cake recipe. Be sure to allow the full 12 hours specified in the recipe
for the water to drain out of the yogurt. This will help your crab cakes bind together without being too moist.
View Recipe: Crab Cakes on Mixed Greens with Peanut Vinaigrette
A simple yogurt-based sauce and a rich feta-and-spice stuffing makes these turkey burgers stand out above the rest. Pair with
View Recipe: Feta-Stuffed Turkey Burgers
Cool, cilantro-yogurt sauce brings a refreshing note to the table. Pair with Red Pepper Coconut Rice for a healthy and light meal.
View Recipe: Arctic Char with Cilantro-Yogurt Sauce
Whole milk yogurt contributes a silky, creamy texture to this mild Indian vegetarian stew. Serve with steamed or sautéed spinach
and Indian bread. Replicate naan, the Indian flatbread, by cooking flour tortillas in a grill pan or cast-iron skillet until
blackened in spots.
View Recipe: Chickpea Curry with Yogurt
Warm, sweet, and a little bit tangy— a bowlful of these flavors will leave your hunger (and your taste buds) satisfied.
View Recipe: Granola with Honey-Scented Yogurt and Baked Figs
Give lamb chops a Greek twist with the addition of fresh oregano and a minty yogurt sauce. If you have trouble finding the
right size lamb loin chops, ask the butcher to cut them to the size you need. For a thicker sauce, use Greek-style yogurt.
View Recipe: Greek Lamb Chops and Mint Yogurt Sauce
Tangy, yet cool Greek-style yogurt is the perfect counterpoint to spicy chicken tossed in a blend of Middle Eastern spices
and sautéed to perfection. Your mouth will by watering from the moment the chicken hits the skillet.
View Recipe: Spicy Chicken Shawarma
Hearty, healthy lentils get a spicy and saucy Indian treatment thanks to curry powder, coconut milk, and chopped jalapeño
pepper. A dollop of Greek yogurt and a sprinkling of fresh cilantro tame the heat.
View Recipe: Indian-Spiced Lentils and Lamb
Perfect for a midmorning snack, this fruit and yogurt shake packs the bright flavors of pomegranate cherry juice and crushed
pineapple with filling plain yogurt.
View Recipe: Fruit and Yogurt Shake