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Cherry Yogurt Ice

Cherry Yogurt IceWhen cherries are plentiful, make a batch of this creamy low fat ice cream for a refreshing treat. You can also make it with raspberries, strawberries or blueberries. 

Preparation time 10 minutes
Freezing time 6 hours but less with an ice-cream maker
Calories per portion 146 Kcal
Fat per portion 2g of which saturated 0.9g
Serves 8
Suitable for vegetarians + freezing

Low fat vanilla bio live yogurt 2 x 500g tubs
Semi-skimmed milk 6 tbsp
Caster sugar 25g (1oz)
Cherries 225g (8oz), halved and stoned

1 Pour one tub of yogurt into a large plastic container. Whisk in the milk and sugar and then whisk in the other pot of yogurt. Put the lid on and freeze for 3 hours until almost solid.

2 Break up the icy mixture and whisk well until almost smooth. Stir in the halved cherries and put the mixture back in the freezer for another3 hours until firm. Take the ice cream out of the freezer 10 minutes before serving.

Cook’s tip
If you have an ice-cream maker, put the yogurt mixture in and follow the manufacturer’s instructions, adding the cherries towards the end of the process.

Recipe taken from Hearty & Healthy Dairy Cookbook.

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Slow Beef Curry

Slow Beef Curry recipe from Dairy Diary 2012

Warming, comfort food that’s perfect for winter days

Serves 6
Time 2 hrs 5 mins plus marinating
Calories 266 per portion
Fat 6g of which 2.5g is saturated
Suitable for freezing

Plain yogurt 150g (5oz)
Garlic 1 clove, peeled and crushed
Curry powder 1 tbsp
Lean stewing beef 680g (1½lb), cubed
Milk 150ml (¼ pint)
Tomatoes 400g can
Beef stock 150ml (¼ pint)
Ready-to-eat dried tropical fruit 175g (6oz)
Cornflour 25g (1oz)
Steamed rice to serve, optional
Coriander to garnish

1 Blend yogurt, garlic and curry powder in a bowl and stir in beef. Leave to marinate for at least 1 hour.

2 Place beef and its marinade in a large pan. Add milk, tomatoes, stock and fruit. Cover, bring almost up to boil and simmer for 2 hours or until tender.

3 Blend cornflour with a little milk, stir into curry and heat until sauce thickens and boils. Cook for 1 minute and serve with steamed rice, if using, and garnish with coriander leaves.

Dairy Diary recipe.

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