Greek Yoghurt

Ivy on Μαΐου 24th, 2014

When it comes to a busy day I always resort to making a pasta dish which can be made in minimum time and still have a delicious meal.

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Continue reading about Four cheese, Carbonara with Bacon and Greek Yoghurt

Ivy on Σεπτεμβρίου 18th, 2012

  Going through my files this morning, I saw this recipe I made before leaving from Athens and thought I should share it while there are still fresh, juicy peaches in the market.     If you want to use canned peaches this is fine and it becomes the easiest dessert you can make in […]

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Continue reading about Peach Pavlova with Yoghurt and Honey

Ivy on Δεκεμβρίου 5th, 2009

In my previous post where I made Greek yoghurt for the first time, I told you that the first time I made it, it did not set as it should and it looked more like a cream rather than a yoghurt. It still tasted like yoghurt but what was I supposed to do with it?  […]

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Continue reading about Yoghurt and Pomegranate Mousse

Ivy on Δεκεμβρίου 3rd, 2009

Yiaourti pr. yee-ah-OOR-tee is yoghurt and strangisto means strained. We are very lucky to have this delicious and velvety yoghurt, the queen of all dairy products, so easily available.  It is nutritious, high in calcium, a good source of protein and does not contain cholesterol.  However, in many parts of the world they don’t have it, […]

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Continue reading about How to make Yiaourti Strangisto (Greek Yoghurt)

Ivy on Ιουλίου 30th, 2009

I’ve been avoiding posting desserts the past month, although I have so many recipes I want to post.  It’s so hard to resist when you are cutting down the calories. I made this dessert early June, when my son visited from Geneva.  I had made Dulce de Leche for the second time and I was […]

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Continue reading about Dulce de Leche Banoffee Cheesecake with Greek Yoghurt

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