Ginger Yogurt

"Posted for the Zaar World Tour 2006-India. From the "International Vegetarian" cookbook. This yogurt is barely sweetened and ginger tangy. This is especially delicious after the traditional curry meal. Serve it on its own or as a sauce over papaya, strawberries, seedless grapes, or kiwi fruit. Note: prep time includes refrigeration time."
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  • In a bowl, combine yogurt, marmalade, brown sugar, and lemon juice; mix thoroughly. Cover and refrigerate for several hours to blend flavors. To serve, spoon into 4 dessert dishes.

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  1. A light refreshing breakfast! I added some blueberries and sliced banana. Only used about 1/2 teaspoon sugar for my single serving and the juice from a lemon wedge. I love ginger bits and will enhance my morning yogurt with them again!! Made for your football win!
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  2. Just loved this simple take on yogurt. I used a vanilla, as it was on hand. I refrigerated it overnight, topping sliced kiwi for breakfast. The creamy, tangy greek yogurt was nicely enhanced with the 'spice' of the crystalized ginger. So glad I chose this recipe; thanks for sharing, Bayhill!
  3. This is a delicious sweet and tangy treat! I used crystallized ginger and loved the bite that it added to the lightly sweetened yogurt. Thanks for sharing this recipe!
  4. What a refreshing dish to have after a curry. I used crystallized ginger and chopped it chunky, I just love the stuff, I made it exactly as your recipe said and it was lovely. I have ginger mint in the garden so I garnished with that. Thank you for posting.
  5. No ginger marmalade but I did have crystallized ginger, so went that route. This was very nice and different for breakfast - and I love crystallized ginger in anything, so this recipe definitely gets a thumbs up from me. Also, as greek yogurt is already quite tangy, I left out the lemon juice. Thanks.


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