Come to life after one delightful bite of this sweet and nutty black sesame frozen yogurt.
This French tangerine yogurt cake is a great way to use up the yogurt that is hanging out in your fridge. It’s so simple, soft and delicious.
One of the best Indian drinks made into a popsicle! These Mango Lassi Popsicles are rich and creamy, and flavored with cardamom and saffron.
Fruit and Yogurt Pops are a refreshing, wholesome treat for hot summer days. Layered with…
The perfect appetizer for happy hour, bake a pan of spiced sweet potato fries and serve with a refreshing cilantro yogurt sauce.
Spiced, sweetened and beautiful in color, this Indian mango yogurt, or amrakhand, is a refreshing dessert or fun yogurt snack.
This sweet and savory yogurt parfait is loaded with fresh strawberries, apricot preserves and bacon.
Greek yogurt and Meyer lemons take these pancakes to a whole new level of fluffy and tangy deliciousness. Top them with raspberry preserves for a perfect spring brunch.
Labneh is a strained yogurt, or yogurt cheese with a thicker consistency. Add stewed kumquats and you have a flavorful snack.
As the weather gets colder, the southern hemisphere is just starting to warm up! This mango yogurt shake is one of the drinks the people in New Zealand are sipping to stay cool.
Rasam is a South Indian soup that can be served many ways. This bright and flavorful rasam is made with bright, earthy beets, lentils, and yogurt. A dish served over brown rice makes it a great meal for Meatless Monday!
Whip up this quick cake in no time and let the softness from the yogurt and delicate aroma from the honey elegantly satisfy your sweet tooth.
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Marinated in a yogurt sauce, roasted, then served with roasted potatoes, cool yogurt and coriander, and naan bread, this masala chicken is about to become a staple chicken recipe in your kitchen.
This greek yoghurt smoothie is filled with berries and other goodness to make one creamy, indulgent treat.
Fresh blueberries, coconut yogurt, and almonds make these easy overnight oats a delicious force to be reckoned with.
Take your grilling to a whole new flavorful level with grilled lemon chicken skewers served with a spiced harissa yogurt.
This early morning breakfast will fill you up, tantalize your taste bud, and put you on the right track to enjoy your Sunday!
Almost like a parfait, this smoothie combines the drink with a chia pudding for a balanced and filling snack.
Easily make a creamy yogurt cheese that is perfect as an appetizer, snack, or salad topping.
This bright grapefruit citrus cake is made soft with yogurt and the perfect addition to your weekend brunch table this spring.
Smoky cumin and garlic seasoned baked beet chips are accompanied by a lemon labneh dip for a refreshing snack that will cure your cravings without weighing you down.
On a chilly spring day, we want a dish that is somewhere between hearty & refreshing. Try this lamb with spring asparagus, peas, and a lemon-mint yogurt.
Almonds and Greek yogurt make this simple smoothie packed with protein and delicious.
That plate of fried onion rings can be pushed to the side. These roasted Delicate squash rings beautifully drizzled with color is what should be on your table tonight.
Spiralized potato hash browns are tossed with delicious ingredients, including cheese and Greek yogurt, and then topped with crispy onions. Try this warm, hearty breakfast as a great way to start your day.
Switch up the fruit in your smoothies. Add vibrant pomegranate to bring new flavors to your tastebuds.
Filling, velvety, satisfying, and not too sweet, this smoothie makes a perfect winter breakfast or snack.
A fresh salad loaded with vegetables and protein is just what we need to feel energized. But on a cold winter’s day we also need a topping to feel warm and full, enter the best steak salad we’ve had yet.
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Easily baked in the oven, these shredded potato pancakes make an elegant bite, but are light and refreshing with smoked salmon and Greek yogurt.
Marinated in yogurt and spices for a whole day, these tender tandoori drumsticks will become an instant favorite.
Give tacos a touch of Indian flair with a chicken tikka masala filling topped with cool yogurt sauce and served in a flatbread.
Fried cauliflower is dusted in ras el hanout spice and is served with bright lemon juice and a creamy hummus dip whipped with yogurt and feta. A perfect game day snack.
A light change from a heavy beef burger, these fish sandwiches are easy to throw on the grill and enjoy with a cool yogurt and dill sauce and a crunch of cucumbers.
Luscious soups do not have to take hours to create. This roasted tomato soup can be made in no time and topped with tahini, Greek yogurt, avocado, or herbs.
Sweet and salty roasted carrots and herbs are easy to make and a melt-in-your-mouth side dish when served with a mustard and yogurt sauce.
Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, these Greek yogurt waffles can be made in less 30 minutes with delicious tangy flavor and plenty of protein.
Making yogurt means rearranging the curds and whey of milk. It takes two ingredients and a water bath for a smooth bowl perfect for a sauce base or snack.
This no-churn ice cream with yogurt and Swedish Västerbottensost cheese is sweet, creamy, and bright with berries and a fun tangy flavor from the added dairies. A perfect cool treat to use summer berries.
Soft baked gluten-free donuts are packed with great flavor from Greek yogurt and lemon for a bright dessert that is versatile enough for many eaters.
Fried green tomatoes are nestled atop a spinach and red tomato salad and drizzled with a tangy yogurt sauce to contrast the rich fried topping.
Mini peppers packed with sweet flavor are skewered, grilled and served with a minty tzatziki sauce for cool as a cucumber flavor.
Grab some of summer’s fresh berries, a touch of sugar, and your favorite yogurt to easily create a festive cool dessert.
A classic frozen yogurt that is so simple to make. With just five ingredients and a few minutes of prep you have yourself a cool dessert for summertime.
Smoky Harissa chile paste gives these chicken skewers a delicious kick on the barbecue before being cooled down with a creamy herb-yogurt dipping sauce.
A soft cake that is sweetened just by the high-quality chocolate used so that it is overpowered by the taste of sugar and the chocolate flavors can shine.
A simple, but flavorful cake with plenty of moisture and subtle texture from black chia seeds.
Feel satisfied with this DIY strained yogurt “cheese” that is so simple to make. Add spices and chilies for rich, tangy flavor.
The yogurt based drink takes a hint from spring with sweet strawberries, plus receives an addition of cardamom and a splash of rosewater.
Protein-packed pancakes are filled with plump blueberries, vanilla Greek yogurt and just the right amount of flavor for an awesome breakfast.
A dense banana bread perfect for toasting and with a delicious addition of granola mixed into the batter.
A subtle pineapple cake with beautiful aromas. Visually beautiful and perfect for soaking up ice cream.
Similar to a Greek lamb recipe, this slow cooked turkey becomes tender and flavorful in the oven before it is served with a spiced yogurt sauce.
Powerful pancakes made with chia, almond butter, oats and more make for a filling breakfast that is sure to bring an energy boost.
Marinated steak served with a cilantro and yogurt sauce that is also incorporated into a black rice salad with refreshing cucumbers.
Create the simple Middle Eastern cheese and then flavor with fun spices to create a unique appetizer.
Make a basic quinoa bowl with delicious chickpeas, currants and carrots, and top with a peice of salmon and a yogurt and tahini sauce for an awesome meal.
If you are feeling blue about the lack of produce in winter, enjoy these basic roasted carrots with a delicious sauce to accompany and brighten the mood.
Squash pancakes are infused with a touch of Indian flair. Fluffy from buttermilk, but with a caramelized crust so they don’t become soggy with the yogurt.