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Quark....what do you do with it??

Discussion in 'Slimming World Recipes' started by Tabasco, 8 January 2014 Social URL.

  1. Tabasco

    Tabasco Member

    Hi

    I only mix up quark with sweetner & then use it like cream (usually mixed with fresh fruit) but I want to try it in other recipes.....

    Can anyone help with any other ideas (sweet and savoury)?

    Especially as it's 1/2 price in tesco at the moment:)

    Thanks
     
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  3. chocko1

    chocko1 Well-Known Member

    I love Quark in SW quiches, in place of cottage cheese. It gives a much creamier, smoother texture and, when mixed with 1 or 2 HEX mature grated cheeses in the quiche, tastes so much better. I also have it with Options chocolate sachets (Synned) stirred through to make a low Syn mousse. Also good with fried onion, garlic and mushrooms as a baked potato filling or a topping for pasta.

    Hope this helps a little. I'm sure you'll get lots more suggestions soon!

    Kathy
     
  4. Anti222

    Anti222 Well-Known Member

    I use a lot of quark as a soured cream substitute. Sometimes I have it on its own or sometimes I add some chopped chives and eat it with chilli, potato wedges, mexican chicken, potato skins and other dishes that go well with soured cream. I also sometimes dice an onion and mix that into the quark with a little pepper, a little salt and a tiny sprinkling of sweetner and use it as a baked potato filling. It's lovely!
     
  5. Tabasco

    Tabasco Member

    Great Ideas!

    Thanks.

    I love the idea of a dip like soured cream that I could use with sw chips:)
     
  6. chloe0214

    chloe0214 Well-Known Member

    I use it with jelly and a muller youghurt, make the jelly up to only Half the hot water amount then stir in tub of quark and 1 strawberry muller yoghurt and let it set in the fridge it's like a really refreshing deserts it's like a blancmange really yummy
     

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