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What yogurt for cooking?

lucylupin

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S: 13st5lb C: 10st1lb G: 10st8lb BMI: 25 Loss: 3st4lb(24.6%)
#1
Just tried making a chicken bhuna from the feasts for a fiver cook book. I took it out of the oven and it looks discusting! The yogurt had seperated and gone all watery, it is not edible, so bang goes dinner:cry:
Can anyone recomend a yogurt that i can cook with?
 
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soccermom

I AM A WEMITT x
S: 19st3lb C: 18st1.5lb BMI: 42.2 Loss: 1st1.5lb(5.76%)
#2
I use low fat nat yoghurt, a good tip is to use it at room temp and not straight out the fridge .

sorry it went wrong :(
 

lucylupin

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S: 13st5lb C: 10st1lb G: 10st8lb BMI: 25 Loss: 3st4lb(24.6%)
#3
I use low fat nat yoghurt, a good tip is to use it at room temp and not straight out the fridge .

sorry it went wrong :(

Any particular make?
 

soccermom

I AM A WEMITT x
S: 19st3lb C: 18st1.5lb BMI: 42.2 Loss: 1st1.5lb(5.76%)
#4
Just supermarket own brand nothing fancy :D I have used all of the main supermarkets brand it hasn't made a difference.
 
#5
Yogurt and heat don't really go together that well. And if it is a low-fat yogurt then there are no fat molecules to hold the whole thing together.

I would normally take something off the heat and stir in the yogurt right at the end.
 

Honeyoc

Is a crunchy mama!
S: 13st13lb G: 9st9lb
#6
Yogurt and heat don't really go together that well. And if it is a low-fat yogurt then there are no fat molecules to hold the whole thing together.

I would normally take something off the heat and stir in the yogurt right at the end.

Same here, I take the curry off the heat, let it cool for 5 mins and then stir in the yogurt. It never separates that way.
 


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