Yogurt and sour cream sauce
Including a generous amount of sour cream gives the sauce a wonderful richness that makes it stand out from other yogurt sauces. No secret that pumpkin seed butter is one of our all-time favorite flavors, its use here gives the finished sauce a unique appearance and intriguing taste.
We think it's incredibly versatile and we eat a lot of it. Don't hesitate to experiment—you might agree the best thing about it is it's kinda hard not to come up with a winner!
- yogurt, thickened (Greek, etc.) 1 cup
- sour cream 1/2-2/3 cup
- pumpkin seed butter 2-4 tbsp
- lime juice 1 tsp
- lime zest 1/4-1/2 tsp
- malt vinegar 1 tsp
- maple syrup 1 tsp
- toasted sesame oil 1-2 tsp
- coriander, ground 2 tsp
- cumin, ground 2 tsp
- cardamom, ground 1 tsp
- mustard seed powder 1/4 tsp
- allspice, ground 1/2 tsp
- celery seed 1/4 tsp
- onion powder 1/4-1/2 tsp
- dill weed, dried 1/4 tsp
- marjoram, dried 1/2 tsp
- salt, black pepper to taste
- Mix yogurt, sour cream in an ample size bowl.
- Add pumpkin seed butter, maple syrup, sesame oil, lime juice and zest, and malt vingegar. Mix well.
- Mix spices and herbs into the mixture. Adjust seasoning with salt and pepper.
- Once mixed it's ready to serve, though gets better over a day or two.
- Keeps for a week or more in the refrigerator, but chances are a batch wouldn't last that long anyway!
About Thinair Recipes
Recipes developed with low-sodium diets in mind—so easy to use!
Here's a quick guide:
Recipes have one or more “boxed” ingredient lists grouped with step-by-step instructions, for example:
- garlic, chopped 3 cloves
- chicken stock 2 cups
- ...other ingredients...
- Saute garlic in oil until soft.
- Add chicken stock to pan...
- ...next step...
Ingredient boxes show what you'll need for the numbered steps. Not too complicated!
BTW “salt” in our recipes refers to salt substitute, i.e., potassium chloride, KCl. (Since KCl may not be healthy for some people, ask your doctor if it's OK for you to use it.)