I have a recipe for baked fish where you coat the fish with mayo, then the breading. I am wondering if I could sub greek yogurt for the mayo - would it survive the baking heat, or break down, or?
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I think the yogurt would be even nicer, personally. You might try mixing it with some Tandoori spice for an interesting Indian twist. Bon app!
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I wouldn't worry about it breaking but it will be tangy- er than mayo.
I have used both mayo and yogurt and both work great for coating fish or chicken before breading and baking.
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