Herb Yogurt

September 3, 2008

My new favorite thing -thanks to my friend Tracy who made it for us the other night- is herb yogurt. Made with multiple fresh herbs one bite is like a mouthful of your lovely herb garden (minus the dirt, of course).

It makes a wonderful, healthy alternative to sour cream. Just mix plain yogurt with a bunch of whatever herbs suit your fancy. I chose the following:

  • Mint
  • Basil
  • Dill
  • Chives
  • Italian parsley

I added a clove of minced garlic, kosher salt and fresh ground black pepper for some extra spice.

This is absolutely delicious on tomatoes, fingerling potatoes, lamb...but would be fabulous on about anything. We spooned it over the one precious heirloom tomato our garden produced, then we drizzled it with a bit of white truffle oil.

Comments

Claudia, the Happy Nutritionist's picture

What a beautiful blog! Thanks for following me back on Twitter, thought I'd come over here and get acquainted through your blog. I'll be back:-)

Alisa's picture

I tried making this one at home, and it is perfect with my grilled tuna. Its also great with chips, I can't get enough of it! Thanks for sharing this!

ZAJA Natural's picture

Yum! I am going to try this one, bookmarking for later.

Rosebud's picture

Thanks for the wonderful suggestion for a new treat with all our tomatoes and herbs from our garden.

Olga's picture

try adding just a bit of horseradish to spice things up.


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