What is yogurt called in India?

Curd is a traditional yogurt or fermented milk product, originating from the Indian subcontinent, usually prepared from cow’s milk, and sometimes buffalo milk, or goat milk.

What does yoghurt do in a curry?

Fats like cream, yogurt, or coconut milk help to add depth to flavors. They’re also good for mellowing foods that are too spicy. I’ll usually add a splash of fat to curries even if it’s not in the recipe, because it evens out the flavors so well.

What can be done with yogurt?

Yogurt is a healthy, tasty alternative to mayonnaise. It works well in stuffed eggs, potato salad, chicken salad and tuna salad. Not only does it contain fewer calories and less fat, yogurt has a characteristic tang that contrasts well with the richness of these dishes.

Can I freeze yogurt?

Fresh yoghurt freezes remarkably well for up to two months. Note that upon thawing, the texture may change slightly and appear to be more liquid or grainy than it originally was. As with many products, freezing an unopened and sealed container of yoghurt is best, but you can freeze yoghurt even if opened.

Can you freeze Greek yogurt and eat it like ice cream?

Yes, you may freeze yogurt and eat it like ice cream, however, it would not taste like ice cream. Ice cream composition is completely different than that of yogurt, therefore eating experience of frozen yogurt cannot be even remotely close to the ice cream.

What does adding yogurt to a cake do?

What does Greek yogurt do in baking? Its creaminess helps keep baked goods moist. Its tanginess imparts a crave-worthy, old-fashioned flavor. Its acidity helps activate baking soda, which can make baked goods fluffy and light.

How do you know if yogurt has gone bad?

If there’s an increased amount of liquid or any liquid in containers that don’t usually have it, then it’s gone bad. Of course if you see mold, that is a surefire sign to toss your yogurt out. Finally, take a whiff if there’s no liquid or mold. If it smells sour, it’s time to get rid of it.

Can I eat yogurt that expired 2 months ago?

The short answer is basically yes. You can eat yogurt past its “expiration” date or, at least, the sell-by date that’s listed on the yogurt’s packaging.

Does yogurt really go bad?

Most sources say 3-10 days past expiration seems to be the limit. USDA food safety specialist says they recommend eating yogurt within 1-2 weeks of purchase. Some can‘t detect “off odor.” Also food left at room temperature for too long may look and smell just fine but may be dangerous to eat.

What does yogurt smell like?

If the yogurt has gone bad, you can tell simply by the way it smells. Spoiled yogurt usually has a rancid smell that is highly unpalatable. It will smell foul, like spoiled milk. But when the yogurt becomes completely inedible, the odor will not fool you.