Take some yoghurt, feta and mustard and you have a dip for a Summery day.
Gathering the thick thick yoghurt, some home made mustard, a smidgen of honey, and a copy of Turquoise, Greg Malouf’s mustardy creation was manifested. It can be a dip, sauce or dressing and the combination of flavours is quite synergistic – beyond what you might expect.
Are you looking for similar recipes? Try our Roast Capsicum Sauce and Dressing and Chickpea, Almond and Sesame Sauce.
You might like to try other Yoghurt dishes here, and other Dips here. All of our Turquoise dishes are here. Be inspired by our Spring recipes here.
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Yoghurt and roses. A wonderful marriage.
Yoghurt forms the basis of so many great dishes, savoury and sweet. Dried rose buds which can be purchased at Asian and Middle Eastern groceries, have a natural affinity to yoghurt, sweetening and perfuming it. This recipe brings the two of them together.
We have a wealth of yoghurt recipes, from drinks to curries to salad dressings, desserts, dips, toppings and more. Browse through them here. Dessert recipes are here. Or find inspiration in our Spring recipes here and here.
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Thick yoghurt and tahini dip with walnuts.
Try this Yoghurt Tahina Dip with herbs. You might like to eat it with Oatmeal Crackers, or perhaps, just by the spoonful. It is made with Thick Thick Yoghurt, a favourite ingredient in this kitchen.
Turkish in style, it combines two of the most common ingredients – yoghurt and Tahini. The lemon will thicken the tahini quite a bit, and then it is thinned with olive oil and a little water.
Are you looking for yoghurt dishes? You might like to try Shrikhand or Haydari. Or see A Dozen Ways to Use Thick Yoghurt.
Are you looking for more dips? Try Cacik (Yoghurt and Cucumber), Green Tahini Dip and Sauce, White Bean, Sage and Roasted Garlic Spread, a Moroccan Carrot Dip, and Zhug – a Coriander-Chilli Dip.
Or browse all of our yoghurt dishes, or our Turkish dishes, and also Middle Eastern dishes. Find inspiration in our Late Spring recipe collection.
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Sambol is one of the most popular side dishes in Sri Lanka.
Sambol is one of the most popular side dishes in Sri Lanka. It is cheap and easy to make and is enjoyed from humble homes in rural areas to the 5 star hotels of Colombo. Sri Lankan’s will dive into this delicacy at breakfast, lunch or dinner! It’s usually served as an accompaniment to string hoppers (small disks of rice noodles popular for breakfast in Sri Lanka) or rice and curry at any time of day.
Most Sambols are simply a set of ingredients that are mixed together, so they are incredibly easy to make. It also makes a great summer salad for picnics, post xmas haze or long summer nights eating on the balcony or decking. Adjust the amount of yoghurt to your personal preference. Continue reading “Carrot Sambol | A Sri Lankan Carrot Salad”
Haydari is a thick dip and spread made from strained yoghurt which is called suzme in Turkish. It is very much like the Middle Eastern labne. Spread it on toast or flat breads, or serve with salads or chargrilled vegetables and tofu.
Looking for other Turkish recipes? Browse them here. Or browse our Dips, Sauces and Salsas here. Our favourites are Cacik and Pawpaw Salsa. You might like our Yoghurt recipes here. Or be inspired by our Winter recipes here.
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Paneer in a lovely mint sauce
Mint Paneer is a variation on Palak Paneer, where the gravy is made from mint leaves rather than spinach. The paneer adapts remarkably well, being an adopter of flavours rather than a determiner of flavours.
You might like to browse our other Paneer recipes here. Or you might like our Indian recipes here and here. Be inspired by our easy Autumn recipes here.
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A beautiful yoghurt based dish.
Shrikand, that glorious thick yoghurt dessert with fruit and honey pureed into the yoghurt, transforming it into a silken, more-ish dish loved by many in India..
You might like to browse our Yoghurt dishes here, and our Desserts here. Or be inspired by our Summer collection here.
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The joy of thick yoghurt. As thick as thick cream, superb as a topping, spread or base for a dip or a dessert, it is a necessary ingredient in the kitchen. Easy to make, it leaves whey which can be used in oats, breads, juices and soups.
Eat labneh straight from the bowl! Or with fruit and a drizzle of honey. Over jam on crunchy breakfast toast. Or roll it into balls for a savoury labneh.
We have other recipes for Labneh. Try Garlicky Labneh, Blueberry Shrikhand, and A Dozen Ways to use Labneh.
We have many recipes that use yoghurt and you can browse them here. Have a look at our dips too. Or get inspired by our easy Mid Autumn recipes.
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An outstanding marriage of textures.
This is an unusual recipe, using raw haloumi. It might be quite a surprise to find that fresh, uncooked halloumi partners very well with watermelon.
Read more about Haloumi and its uses here.
You might also like to try Spicy Red Radish and Watermelon Salad, Haloumi and Orange Salad, Jerusalem Artichokes with Haloumi and Basil Oil, and Haloumi Pizza. Another recipe from Cyprus, as this one is, is Cyprian Grain Salad with Freekeh.
We have a collection of Watermelon Salads for you to explore – we brought together all our favourite salads in one post.
Browse our Watermelon Salad, our Haloumi recipes, and our many Salad recipes. Or explore our Late Summer dishes.
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A perfect quick meal or snack!
Versatile Deep Fried tofu can either be store-bought in packets, or made at home.
Deep Fried Tofu is available from any Asian or Chinese Grocery, where it might be called Tofu Puffs, or Fried Tofu Squares. As the name suggests, it is a tofu that has been deep fried. It is quite firm in texture and therefore is easy to slice and dice, to include in wet dishes, or simply serve as it is. It is definitely a delicious way of using tofu.
An alternative is to deep fry your own tofu. The texture and taste is quite different to store-bought deep fried tofu, and is worth the effort involved. See below for instructions on how to deep fry your own tofu.
All of our Tofu recipes are here. You might like to browse our Asian recipes too, our Chinese recipes are here and our tempting Snacks here. Or simply explore our easy Mid Summer dishes.
You might also like to try tofu dishes without deep frying. Try Two Marvellous Tofu Recipes (Tofu Napoleons, and Tri Coloured Stuffed Tofu), Marinated Tofu with Sweet Peach Salsa, Cucumber and Tofu Salad, Tofu, Herb and Sesame Salad, and a dipping broth for tofu.
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