Tim's Dairy Natural Greek Style Yoghurt 500g
Greek style bio live natural yogurt.Average Reviews Customer Reviews Write Review
Tims Dairy Limited from Buckinghamshire is celebrating after winning a double whammy of prestigious 2011 Great Taste Awards. The family run dairy, with over 60 years of yogurt heritage, has been presented with coveted one-star Gold Great Taste Awards for two of its fresh, healthy yogurts – Greek style natural yogurt and Greek style yogurt with honey – a fantastic achievement.
Made with a combination of fresh milk and cream this luscious, thick and smooth Greek yogurt is authentic in its heritage and honest in its provenance. Delicious on its own, with fruit and honey, as a luxurious topping for any dessert and as an excellent ingredient in sauces and dips, this is an essential stock item for the fridge. A health giving, bio-live yogurt made using the active bacterium Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus plus probiotic Bifidobacterium.
Natural Greek style bio yogurt (100%)
Typical values Per 100g
Energy 565kJ/136kcal, Protein 5.9g, Carbohydrate 5.1g, of which sugars 5.1g, Fat 10.0g, of which saturates 5.9g, Fibre 0.0g, Sodium 0.09g, Calcium 0.13g
Tim's Dairy yogurt is fresh, healthy and live and is made using natural ingredients with no artificial colours, additives or preservatives and is GMO free.
They use fresh milk and cream combined with natural fruit compotes to create luxuriously tasty Greek style yogurts, wholemilk yogurts and low fat yogurts.
Suitable for vegetarians
Gluten Free, Vegetarian
Customer reviews - Tim's Dairy Natural Greek Style Yoghurt 500g
RecipesBanana & Cardamom Parfait -
Sun 2nd Oct 2011
Chop 3 large ripe bananas and blend with 400 ml Greek-style yoghurt and a pinch of ground cardamom until smooth. Add extra sweetness with agave nectar if you wish. Pour the mixture into 4 small ramekins, cover with cling film and freeze for 2-3 hours. Serve with slices of fresh mango.Reviewer's Name:
Reviews Creamy Salmon Pasta -
Sat 12th Nov 2011
Mix 300 g Greek style yoghurt with the grated rind and juice of 1 small lemon. Season with black pepper and stir in some freshly chopped dill. Flake the contents of two 213 g cans of salmon into a bowl and set aside. Using a vegetable peeler, peel off ribbon-like strips from 2 courgettes and 2 carrots. Steam until just tender. Meanwhile prepare 400 g cooked pasta. When ready, stir the lemon yoghurt mixture into the drained pasta and toss in the hot ribbon vegetables and salmon. Mix together and serve immediately, garnished with a little chopped dill.Reviewer's Name:
Tips Extra thick creamy yogurt -
Fri 7th Aug 2009
This natural greek yoghurt is one of my favourites. It has the texture of double cream and you can spoon it out and eat it on it's own or with fruit. It is a very luxurious product, it's extra thick creaminess makes it versatile for breakfast, for savoury and for sweet recipes and meal ideas.Reviewer's Name:
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