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GEWALKER SparkPoints: (0)
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6/24/11 3:06 P

Greek yogurt with a drip of lemon juice or vinegar if it isn't tart enough for you. I've had good luck with this myself.

RICCILYNN Posts: 2,454
6/24/11 10:43 A

A wedge of laughing cow cheese is nice but it isn't a replacement for sour cream in a recipe, which was the original question asked.

CARISASANDERS SparkPoints: (5,817)
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6/23/11 10:18 A

Greek yogurt is still high in calories for ME! I use the laughing cow cheese has MANY flavors and only 35 cal a wedge.

RICCILYNN Posts: 2,454
6/21/11 10:25 A

I made a turkey strogonoff last night and followed my own advice - I used a 6 oz container of plain greek yogurt in it instead of my usual sour cream and it was fantastic. Didn't change the flavor in it at all!

OPTIMIST123 Posts: 329
6/20/11 3:08 P

Thanks for your help

RICCILYNN Posts: 2,454
6/20/11 2:33 P

What about greek yogurt? It has the creamy consistency of sour cream with that little bit of acidity that sour cream imparts.

OPTIMIST123 Posts: 329
6/20/11 12:05 P

I found a good sp recipe that has 1/3 c sourcream in it. It also has cr chicken soup one can. Is there anything I can use to substitute for sourcream or is there a way for me to make that little bit. Thank you it is a cool day and I thought a oven recipe would be good.

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