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Quark

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#3
wendyswoo, it's a fat free soft cheese and very useful for making pasta sauces (just discovered it makes a lovely carbonara) and if you flavour it with garlic or herbs it is lovely stuffed in a chicken breast. ;)
 
#5
I love quark. I spread it on a caramel snack a jack (2 and a half syns) and put mashed banana on top....oh lovely....you can also put a little bit of sweetener and an option with it and just eat it...(about 2 syns) both on green
 
#7
i got some today from tescos it was near the parmesan and mascapone cheeses further down from the cottage cheese
 
#8
we tried it 3 times and its erm..... different, also tried fat free fromage frois, they both in asda and u cant miss them,
 

nico

Full Member
#9
I know this is a really daft question, but what is it? and where would i find it in the supermarket?

Thanks x
thanks so much for asking this i've been looking through recipies and thinking the exactly the samething xx
 
#10
I love it but others hate it so a bit like marmite lol.

I use it in spaghetti carbonara and my favourite is to have it with a sachet of options stirred in.

BUT i think it is one of the hardest things to find in the supermarket. Some stores keep it near cottage cheese some keep it near cream cheese I often end up asking.

Teresa
 
#12
ok I know this is the wrong place but I cant believe this forum is sooooo busy. How on earth do you find your posts?
Usually at the top of a forum it says new posts, your posts unanswered posts....I cant find things I have posted in. Thanks, sorry again know its wrong place but I can find Quark (even if asda do try to hide it!):sigh:
 

time2bslim

Just doing it this time
#16
love quark with 2 x white choc options mixed in and spread over 2 x alpen bars chopped up in a dish - 1 heb & 4 syns = yummy quick cheesecake...........delish. OR 10.5 syns if you've had your heb's for the day - but half of this is enough anyway.
 


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