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Easy Skillet Steak Tacos With Charred Corn and Sriracha

Serious Eats Yasmin Fahr 3 comments

A one-skillet taco feast with charred spice-rubbed skirt steak and corn, topped with greek yogurt, mint, and sriracha. More

Hummus Made with Greek Yogurt Is Half the Fat, Tastes Just as Good as Regular Hummus

Erin Zimmer 11 comments

If you're of the belief that Greek yogurt can do no wrong, well, this continues to prove that theory correct. The yogurt gives the hummus a rich, smooth texture without the extra fat. This is worth seeking out, hummus and yogurt lovers of the world. More

Cereal Eats: New Honey Bunches of Oats Greek

Cereal Eats Leandra Palermo 6 comments

Alright, alright—I can already hear the groans. These days, it seems everyone is coming out with Greek yogurt products from frozen treats to hummus blends. And I've definitely found myself rolling my eyes as brands seems to think "Greek yogurt" are the magic words. All that aside, this new variety of my beloved Honey Bunches of Oats is truly something to get excited about. More

Sunday Brunch: Boozy Berry Parfait

Sunday Brunch Sydney Oland Post a comment

A simple parfait combining good-natured Greek yogurt and granola with some sweet booze-soaked berries. More

Boozy Berry Parfait

Serious Eats Sydney Oland Post a comment

A simple parfait combining good-natured Greek yogurt and granola with some sweet booze-soaked berries. More

DIY: How to Make Greek Yogurt at Home

Molly Sheridan 21 comments

A love affair with Greek yogurt can claim a serious chunk of your grocery budget and represent a distressing volume of packaging in your trash can. In the DIY final analysis, making your own is hands down the way to go. More

DIY Homemade Greek Yogurt

Serious Eats Molly Sheridan 19 comments

Once you see how much you can save by making your own Greek yogurt at home, you may never buy commercial cups again. More

Weekend Cook and Tell Round Up: The God of Greek Yogurt

Alison J Herzog 3 comments

Our last challenge for Weekend Cook and Tell was for all of you to share your favorite dishes utilizing Greek yogurt. We called this The God of Greek Yogurt. Greek yogurt seems to be overtaking the world right now, including yours and ours. More

Southern Biscuits' Busty Yogurt Biscuits

dbcurrie 2 comments

This type of recipe is incredibly easy. Just three ingredients if you use a self-rising flour. Working with yogurt is a little tricky because there's such a difference in consistency but you can add milk or buttermilk to thin out a thicker Greek yogurt. More

Chain Reaction: Trying Pinkberry's New Greek Yogurt

Sweets Liz Bomze 5 comments

Greek yogurt has been a terrific addition to the cultured dairy world. So has tart fro-yo, and I think Pinkberry churns out better frozen yogurt than most of the other chains and independent shops. That's why I had high hopes when the California-based company chose a small contingent of their stores to launch Pinkberry Greek: their fat-free, non-frozen take on thick, creamy, protein-packed Greek yogurt. More

Taste Test: Every Flavor of Chobani Greek Yogurt

Taste Tests Carey Jones 81 comments

My devotion to Greek yogurt is a little absurd; hardly a day goes by that I don't have at least a cup of the stuff. In recent years, I've Chobani spread further and further across the grocery aisle. Blueberry, strawberry, sure; but then pomegranate and passionfruit, and whoa, blood orange? With a whopping 21 Chobani variations now on the shelves, we took it upon ourselves to try every one of them. More

Classic Green Goddess Dressing

Serious Eats J. Kenji López-Alt 1 comment

A classic West Coast dressing and dip, it was one of the most popular dressing in the country up until Ranch took over in the late 80's. Flavored with plenty of herbs and anchovies, and highly seasoned, it lies somewhere between a classic Caesar and Ranch, with the best elements of both. More

Wake and Bake: Greek Yogurt and Strawberry Phyllo Cups

Sweets Carrie Vasios Mullins 4 comments

Texturally, these cups can't be beat. Your fork crunches through the cup, shattering into buttery shards. A bite of flaky phyllo combines with cool, thick yogurt and juicy fruit. The sweet strawberries play against the tangy yogurt, and the drizzle of honey brings to mind baklava though the cup remains light, fresh, and creamy. More

Greek Yogurt and Strawberry Phyllo Cups

Serious Eats Carrie Vasios Mullins 4 comments

These flaky cups are an elegant way to serve fruit and yogurt at brunch More

Scooped: Rhubarb Frozen Greek Yogurt

Sweets Ethan Frisch Post a comment

The addition of tangy, thick Greek yogurt complements the rhubarb's own tart flavor and adds creamy depth and intensity, making for a dessert that is at once brightly refreshing and indulgently satisfying. More

Herbed Cucumber Radish Tea Sandwiches

Serious Eats María del Mar Sacasa 4 comments

Note: Start this recipe with a whole, unsliced sandwich bread loaf, such as Pullman, and slice the bread about 3/16 inch thick for delicate tea sandwiches. Labne is a yogurt cheese, available at many specialty markets. If you can't find... More

Bread Baking: Yogurt and Honey Bread

Serious Eats dbcurrie 7 comments

I use yogurt in bread quite often but usually it's a small addition. This time, the liquid in the recipe is entirely yogurt. To counteract its tartness, I added a generous amount of honey. The resulting bread has a dark brown crust, a soft, moist interior and a small crumb. There's still a hint of tartness, followed by a mild sweetness. More

Belmont, MA: Sophia's Awesome Greek Yogurt

Hub Grub Liz Bomze 4 comments

The title of the relevant Chowhound post sums it up nicely: "Best yogurt I've ever eaten—Sophia's Belmont." I couldn't agree more. More

41 Recipes with Greek Yogurt We Love

Kayla M. Le Goff 15 comments

Tangy, thick, and lusciously rich, there's a lot to love about Greek yogurt. While we love a bowlful of it for breakfast, one of Greek yogurt's many great qualities is its versatility. Throw it into a bundt cake batter to make it extra moist, marinate chicken in it, add it to mashed potatoes to make them ridiculously creamy, or just whip up a quick dip with garlic and lemon. Here are a few (no wait, a whoppin' 41!) of our favorite recipes using the stuff. More

Bread Baking: Light Rye Burger Buns

Serious Eats dbcurrie 12 comments

Years ago, we used to go to a restaurant that was famous for its burgers. The buns had just a touch of rye in them. Not a lot—most people couldn't even figure out what was different about them. Just that they were different. But of course, bread geek that I was, I knew the secret. More

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