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A question about a recipe: Sweet Potato Chana Masala

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I have a question about the recipe "Sweet Potato Chana Masala" from MrsWheelbarrow. Full Fat Yogurt Substitute

asked by Hilarybee over 1 year ago
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Hilary_sp1
added over 1 year ago

So I can't edit this--but I need a sub for the yogurt. Would you use full fat sour cream or low fat greek yogurt? I also have a couple cans of coconut cream, milk, full fat buttermilk, and plain kefir. Which dairy sub would you use?

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added over 1 year ago

low fat yogurt

6-14-4_053
added over 1 year ago

I think lowfat (yogurt) has a greater tendency to curdle when heated. I would say full fat greek yo or sour cream would be fine

Hilary_sp1
added over 1 year ago

I ended up doing an experiment. I tested the lowfat on a bit of the chana masala. It did curdle, so I ended up using the sour cream.