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My Yogurt Dilemma

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My Yogurt Dilemma

jhopp217 | May 29, 2012 04:06 PM

I recently was put on a rather bland diet for medical reasons and I purchased some Fage 0% Yogurt. I ate half of it with some fruit, but really couldn't get past the bitterness. Sadly, it's probably the best yogurt I've tasted. So I'm sitting with half a small container left and didn't want to throw it out, but wasn't sure what to do. I didn't feel like going for a shop and didn't have many items. So I decided to make a quac-yogurt dip. Out the yogurt in a bowl with one very ripe avocado and some Sriracha. I mixed it into a thick paste and gave it a taste. Still a little bitter. I was making some grilled chicken and wanted to use it as a spread for a grilled chicken sandwich. I decided to add one tablespoon of mayo to the mix and while the health aspect somewhat went out the window, it ended up being a nice compliment to the chicken, which I had seasoned with S&P, garlic powder and smoked paprika.

Any other thoughts other than Tzatziki sauce on how I can incorporate yogurt into my meals without having to "enjoy" the bitterness?

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