6 Reviews

Ok so I tried this recipe and I could not get this to thicken and I left it out all day. I am not quite sure what happened as I used buttermilk and a touch of lemon juice and I figured it was warm enough to thicken but I only got a small layer on top. I used this but unfortunately it turned my mashed potatoes into a soup/chowder. Oh well, I guess I'll have to leave it out longer next time.

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tomsawyer June 05, 2009

I have made creme fraiche in the past using buttermilk and this intrigued me because it listed the lemon juice option. After sitting on the counter overnight the creme was pourable consistency and it thickened up so nice after being refrigerated. A winning recipe. Thanks Barb.

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PaulaG October 12, 2008

I made this to use on baked potato. Different from sour cream...I will use this again

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Abby Girl April 03, 2008

This is the classic, and how I've made it living in many different countries. It's a key ingredient in the traditional Danish potato salad, much better tasting than sour cream or yoghurt, and perfect for picnic food.

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Lillemor January 04, 2008

I can't believe how easy (and cheap!) this is... Used it in everything calling for sour cream. My favorite was in a baked potato with chives. Yum! Thanks Barb..

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Miraklegirl April 13, 2003
Homemade Creme Fraiche