Tuesday, June 19, 2012

baked yogurt

I wasn't at all sure how baked yogurt would turn out but it was a great delight, with the sharp tang of yogurt as a counterpoint to the rich cheesecake-like consistency so that it wasn't too sweet.


To make:


1. Measure 150 ml of condensed milk and 150 ml of yogurt (I used full fat Greek yogurt) into a bowl. Mix them together and spoon into two large or four small ramekins.
2. Bake at 180°C for 12-15 minutes. Serve hot or cold.



I shall be experimenting with adding some lavender or lemon juice next time I make this.

41 comments:

  1. Could you sprinkle sugar over the top and caramelise it like creme brûlée ?
    Sorry that I have been absent .... my computer gave up and I'm now getting to grips with my new Macbook Pro !! XXXX

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Blogtopia was wan without you, Jacqueline. Good luck with the Macbook Pro.

      Delete
  2. I have added condensed milk to my Ocado order.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. There is no greater honour than to have influenced Sue's Ocado order.

      Delete
  3. Sounds lovely. And so easy. I am guessing it would be nice with some raspberries too.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Raspberry and basil, I'm thinking now, Ellie, as one would find on a high-class menu.

      Delete
  4. Hello Mise:
    Condensed milk, now that does take us back in time. As children we recall it being poured over everything and then being told that 'pudding was served'!!! Your baked Yoghurt looks far more grown-up!

    And, dearest Mise, only you could think to colour co-ordinate your pudding with Lupins. Superwoman!!!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Stewed apple was my own youthful staple, Jane and Lance; what privileged children you were!

      Delete
  5. Sounds delicious. With lemon! And maybe a few raspberries...
    You can keep the lavender. I love the smell, but not in my food.

    ReplyDelete
  6. I love the lemon idea...not keen on lavender on my plate either. I just keep it for the sheets and linen closet.
    I wonder, is your new Dyson Slim yellow, or purple? I hope you have something to coordinate it with.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I can hardly see its colour, Móna, through my haze of delighted admiration for its capabilities. What a good path you have led me down.

      Delete
  7. I will do this thing that you have told me.

    ReplyDelete
  8. Love the looks of this desert Miss Mise; berries on top sound good too!

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena
    Artists Series 2012

    ReplyDelete
  9. Basically two ingredients? I can do that.

    Darla

    ReplyDelete
  10. I shall give it a go. Your photos look so appealing. xx

    ReplyDelete
  11. Well I never, the things you think to do. Pardon me while I trot off to the shop, so that is condensed milk, greek yogurt already in the fridge, and red wine, oops how did that get there.

    ReplyDelete
  12. Hello Mise

    The recipe sounds perfect for drop in company.

    Your kitchen always looks so joyful and the colours so cheerful. I would love to have breakfast each day here.

    Helen xx

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. You must come for dinner, Helen, next time you are over.

      Delete
  13. is there no end to your domestic goddessness mise?? i might even have to try this one. of course, i would have to purchase ramekins first, but i probably should have gotten around to that years ago!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. My god Jules. I am scouring the internet for you for a ramekin giveaway. Don't panic till I get back.

      Delete
  14. Two ingredients; two steps in the recipe - my kind of recipe! Looks delish.

    ReplyDelete
  15. This is going to make a yummy Winter dessert. Thank you - I'm out to buy yoghurt now!

    ReplyDelete
  16. My ramekins have been waiting impatiently for whatever joy lay before them ... but drat, the village shop has no condensed milk. Wales is not ready for you Mise.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Just add it to Sue's Ocado list, Annie. It's how the rest of us get our arcane ingredients.

      Delete
  17. these look delicious - and so simple - i'm always after very simple recipes. will give these a go. condensed milk feels very old fashioned so i'd like to use it :)

    ReplyDelete
  18. mmm, sounds good! i left my recovery quarters yesterday in search of "ideal home", july issue...i wasn't rewarded for the effort :( barnes & noble carries "ideal home" but are still holding the june issue:(...oh well, the search will get me out of the house again:) btw, panko is a japanese bread crumb product (finely textured)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Goodness, Becky, you are a dear to go to those lengths!

      Delete
  19. I am about to try this with a tin of caramel condensed milk which I found at the back of the cupboard. Will report back.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. So far, so good. I have very much enjoyed finishing the tin of caramel condensed milk.

      Delete
    2. I admire your openness to change, Lucille. I had spotted the caramel condensed milk in my search for the plain, and mentally harrumphed. May I offer you a sherry to wash it down?

      Delete
    3. You were right to harrumph. It was far too sweet and my eyes are spinning and my teeth protesting. I'll pass on the sherry thank you.

      Delete
  20. sounds delicious, although i confess i will struggle not to eat the condensed milk straight from the tin thus leaving none for the baking of the yoghurt....

    ReplyDelete
  21. I've never heard of such a thing...how unbelievable simple! The lemon and lavender sound delicious...probably is wonderful with berries too, going to try this one!
    Thinking sunny & summery thoughts for you Mise...
    xo J~

    ReplyDelete
  22. Aha, I shall be trying this one Mise, thank you. Forgot to tell you that I was in the UK last week and found you in Ideal Home - great article, well done you!
    Sharon
    xx

    ReplyDelete
  23. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  24. Ever on the watch for an excuse for a sweet biscuit crumb base, I shall add a layer to the bottom of your enticing recipe if I ever motivate myself enough to make it, dear Mise.

    ReplyDelete
  25. Well time for me to step up and become a ramekin-owning household.

    ReplyDelete
  26. Read this and then returned as I thought to myself some time later - wasn't that the Greengate tea towel under Mise's baked yoghurt so came back to check ;)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Well spotted, Lorna! I love that tea towel.

      Delete

You're looking particularly well.

Following Options:

      Follow on Bloglovin       follow us in feedly
Related Posts with Thumbnails