My Favorite Gluten-Free Secret Ingredient…Skotidakis Jalapeno Flavored Greek Yogurt

I have been using this jalapeno flavored Greek probiotic yogurt made by Skotidakis in many gluten-free recipes lately.  I love the kick it gives to stews, soups, and pasta sauces, blending well without clumping or separating.   Because it is made from yogurt, there is much less fat involved than the sour cream or cream cheese called for to make the creamy sauces in many recipes.  An equal substitution of the cream cheese or sour cream for this yogurt alternative is simple and healthy…

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As I believe it was intended for, it also makes a great dip for chips or raw veggies and a tasty spread for wraps, sandwiches, hamburgers and soft tacos.  I buy it at Costco, in a twin-pack, but I have also seen it sold individually at other grocery stores.  It also comes in a plain flavor, but the jalapeno is my favorite…

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9 thoughts on “My Favorite Gluten-Free Secret Ingredient…Skotidakis Jalapeno Flavored Greek Yogurt

  1. YUM, where can you buy this? I live in Australia and I’m a Gluten Free Diet Coach this looks yummo. 🙂 Thanks for sharing. Cheers Jema Lee – wellsome.com

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  2. I use it a lot in soups, stews, spaghetti sauce etc, anything saucy. A recent post was chili chicken. A few nights ago i made “cheeseburger pasta” with tricolored corkscrew pasta, browned/cooked ground beef, tomato sauce, hot sauce and shredded cheese. I added the dip to the sauce(last four ingredients), just before adding the pasta…delicious. My problem is i very rarely follow a specific recipe, so do not have ingredient amounts to pass on…

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