Quark and Total 0% greek yog

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  1. hiann

    hiann Member

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    Bought these on a whim the other day: what shall I make with them? Want some dinner recipes suitable for me, DH and 3 year old...

    Ta!
     
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    Ooh I remember a lovely SW recipe from years ago which used Quark to do a stuffed chicken thing.

    Ingredients
    Chicken breasts
    Parma ham
    Quark
    Garlic cloves (crushed)
    Fresh basil
    fry light

    Method

    Preheat oven to 220C.

    Mix garlic, quark and basil together in a bowl. Set aside.

    Slit a "pockets" in the top of the chicken breasts.

    Stuff quark mixture into pockets. Wrap a sheet of parma ham around each chicken breast, place on baking tray & spray with frylight.

    Put in oven for 25-30 minutes.

    Serve with SW chips & salad. :)

    (sorry, I don't do measure on these kind of things...it doesn't really matter on this one, just put as much or as little garlic/basil as you like)

    (1.5 sins per chicken breast)
     
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    As for the total, my favourite recipe with these is a dead simple pud, but sooo yummy...

    Total 0%
    tsp honey per serving
    fruit (I like blueberries with this)

    er, that's it...but it's really tasty, and 1 sin per serving. Tastes waaaay naughtier than that!

    Total also good for tsatsiki or yogurt & mint dip to go with greek or indian food

    (tsatsiki: mix diced cucumber, sugar free mint sauce, dash lemon juice and total, refrigerate. For yogurt and mint dressing, just omit the cucumber)
     
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