A Dozen or More Ways to Use Thick Thick Yoghurt

How to put thick thick (drained) yoghurt to use


Easy ways to use thick thick yoghurt – drained yoghurt – in pictures.

Thick thick yoghurt with passionfruit and honey

Thick thick yoghurt with Summer fruits and toasted pinenuts
Thick thick yoghurt with Summer fruits and toasted pinenuts
Mango Yoghurt
Thick Thick Yoghurt with Mango, pinch black pepper, pinch salt, lime zest and kaffir lime leaf
Yoghurt and Strawberries
Thick Yoghurt with strawberries, black pepper and rose scented Honey. Lemon verbena leaf.
Yoghurt with Jam and Spices
Thick yoghurt with nashi pear jam and warming spices – cinnamon and cloves
Thick Thick Yoghurt with zaatar | Labneh
Thick Thick Yoghurt with Walnuts and Zaatar
More Recipes

We have more recipes for thick thick yoghurt, and you can browse them here.

Our favourites are using thick thick yoghurt as a huge dollop on top of winter soups, like this spicy red lentil soup, or in Yoghurt and Rosepetals, Green Peppers and Yoghurt, and Yoghurt, Feta and Mustard Dip.

Browse all of our Yoghurt dishes, and explore our Mid Summer recipes.


Author: Ganga108

Heat in the Kitchen, Cooking with Spirit. Temple junkie, temple builder, temple cleaner. Lover of life, people, cultures, travel. Champion of growth, change and awareness. Taker of photos. Passionate about family. Happy.

30 thoughts on “A Dozen or More Ways to Use Thick Thick Yoghurt”

  1. Did I just read “nashi pear jam and warming spices”? Oh my Ganga.

    I love this idea – a food diary of sorts, showing how you used an ingredient. So many lovely suggestions. I always admire the care you take with you food Ganga.


  2. It is rather interesting for me to read this post. Thanx for it. I like such topics and everything connected to them. I definitely want to read more soon.

    Avril Kuree


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