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Total Greek Yoghurt is low in fat and high in flavour, and now you can explore new ways to incorporate it into your cooking. With over 100 recipes developed by top TV chef Sophie Michell, the Total Greek Yoghurt Cookbook shows how you can use it in everything from smoothies and sauces to curries and marinades. In addition to chapters on Small Plates, Sharing Plates and Sweet Plates, this easy-to-use recipe book takes inspiration from Total's popular 1, 2, 3 campaign, showing you how to create truly delicious snacks by adding just a few ingredients to your yoghurt. From Crispy Yoghurt Marinated Chicken with Red Cabbage Coleslaw to Honey, Cinnamon and Yoghurt Cheesecake, the beautifully photographed and delicious-tasting recipes will reveal all the taste and health benefits of Total Greek Yoghurt.
TOTAL Greek yoghurt has been produced in Athens since the 1920s, and is now a worldwide export, but even aficionados of this distinctive smooth, creamy yoghurt will find new inspiration here. Its use in dips and with salads is obvious, and there are delicious variations here, but try it in potato and thyme gratin instead of dauphinoise-style potatoes with cream, or in sweet potato and sage bake as an accompaniment to lamb. It is the perfect marinade for chicken; and yoghurt mixed with caramelised apple, sage and calvados makes a divine ‘sauce’ for calves’ liver. Cakes made with yoghurt are moist, and, of course, desserts are healthier than cream-laden alternatives.
Publication date: 02/10/2014
Publisher: Kyle Books
|Publication date:||2nd October 2014|
|Genres:||Cookery, Food and Drink,|
Sophie Michell of TV's Cook Yourself Thin is Britain's youngest female Executive Chef at Belgraves Hotel. She is one of four top female British chefs collaborating on The Gorgeous Kitchen, which opens at Heathrow's revamped Terminal 2 in June 2014. She has published four cookbooks.More About Sophie Michell