Thursday, October 18, 2012

Recipe 69: Greek Yoghurt

I said I was gonna post about Asian ice creams or shakes, but I shalt give this a rest, or simmer it down a wee bit, so yeah, lets get down to Greek Yoghurt plus Backlawas... instead, all Greek in fact... just for the fun of it... anyways, or by the way so yeah... XDD


1. Get some battered Yoghurt, Greek one, in fact, or cream cheese, & then give a whisk... & ice cream... alon with it... XDD or some cheese (Feta, Greek also)... or also mix in some nuts or some honey in it too or some drops of it anyways, so  yeah fresh as mornin dew... XDD

2. Backlawas: get some Jasmin, some flowers' petals, then cut them off, & then put it in a mold, set them in one anyways, so yeah... & then bake them in the oven afterwards... its a kinda sorta bakery.. XDD or cut them either in slices or cubes, or just eat it whole, or in squares, ovals, rounds... no matter really or honest  there or here...

3. & Then serve after its all done, & on a plate/dishware... & some Asian ice creams (green tea-flavored ones jut in case or not, or with just a wee or a hint of Vanilla)... or some Asian milkshakes..smoothies...

4. & then serve alon with some Chai lattée, coffee... or not.. ya free will really..  with Roses' teas too or fruity teas, or even Backlawas... in fact...

Very appetizing, such much taste, its amazin really bursting or blooming with flavors! Next up would be about how to make Chinese Ice Creams! Or Asian ones, generally speakin so or thus! Keep hanging, everyone! Ciao!

Greek Yogurt, plain!


Backlawas, Take Joy in them!








13 comments:

Dennis8162 said...

I tried this and it is a very enjoyable dish and a great dessert thats easy to prepare and server it goes with a lot of other thing so you can mix it up how you would like.

Kaynil Roczuz said...

Yummy looking no doubt. I like Yogurt and the greek one is so easy to manipulate into an array of different dishes and desserts.

I'd like to learn how to make the cake-like cakes of the first image.

Kalaborative said...

I have some of this at home, they go great in some organic smoothies! I think it has something to do with lots of protein, not sure though haha. Thanks for sharing!

Naiwen said...

I'm leaning against the fence as well, about them...

Xyphien said...

This looks very good! Once I get the ingredient I'll try this myself.

RTCory said...

I have never tried Greek yoghurt I have heard that it can be used in cooking to supplement for things. This definitely looks good!

Naiwen said...

it hit ya off as quite exotic or odd in thine eyes right oh?

Demonskeith said...

that Backlawas looks disgusting.

Naiwen said...

why would ya say it?

Daisy said...

Greek yoghurt is nice, especially with honey. I like the idea of mixing in nuts, I'll try that next time.
The Backlawa looked a little like a meat pie at first. xD
I heard it's good filled with nuts.

Naiwen said...

yep, anythin goes with them actually.

ScissorHands3 said...

I have the greek one at home (oikos) but I barely ever use it. I'll think about these recipes that way I can try it out more often :)

Giorgios said...

Glad to see my native foods are being exposed!

Just one thing I noticed, and it's just a small misspelling. You wrote Backlawas for the Greek dessert, when it actually is said and written as Baklava.

Nevertheless, if you have not had Baklava, you'll fall in love with it!