Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Chobani Recipe

So I decide that I was going to make pork fried steak.... Well I ran into a slight problem.... NO EGGS!!!! So I looked in the fridge to see what I could use instead of eggs. And well there was my yummy chobani yogurt. So I decided to try something no one would ever think of. So here is my new DELICIOUS recipe.


Pork Fried Steak

4 pork cube steaks ( or more)
1 cup flour
1 cup bread crumbs (I make my own)
1/2 cup chobani nonfat plain yogurt
1/4 cup chicken or beef stock

First put flour in bowl and bread crumbs in bowl. Next put chobani yogurt in bowl and whisk your broth in slowly. Then dip your steak in flour, next chobani mixture, and then bread crumbs. Last fry it in 350 degree oil. (make sure oil is hot) Finally time to eat it and enjoy.

I put mine with spaghetti and sauce, though my husband likes his on sandwiches. You can try it with different things. Let me know if you try this one out.

I think it is much better than egg wash!




16 comments:

  1. Very interesting! I dont think that I would have thought of that...and I DO like to experiment in the kitchen! Clever. I will def try this. -Brandi Dawn

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    1. Thank you Brandi. It was a hit with my family.

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  2. Thats cool. I would have never thought to use yogurt but it makes sense. I am so gonna try this now lol. Thanks for the awesome recipe.

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    1. It was a great hit with my whole family

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  3. great idea, and it looks like it was delicious too!

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    1. It was delicious I will always use this instead of eggs

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  4. Hmm...I never thought to use yogurt like this - awesome!

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  5. This sounds good and it decreases another source of egg in foods, I will have to try it on our chicken fried chicken also, thank you..

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  6. Ya know what's funny I used sorta the same thing to make with my chobani yogurt & it turned out really good nobody would think to make it with some pork chops it was really delicious.

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  7. Wow! I would have sent my husband to the store! They look beautiful, I'm going to try this and believe it or not I have cube steaks in the freezer! I love Chobani, so why not?

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  8. I never would have thought of this! Consider yourself pinned. :-)

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  9. wow and it worked I see. would have never thought to use yogurt that way.

    sibabe64 at ptd dot net

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  10. Sounds good if you eat meat - which I don't....

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    1. Vera, You can use it for your veggies too. I am making fried eggplant using it tonight.

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  11. I would not even have thought of that. And I would also love to try it on eggplant as suggested above. Great idea! Way to use your noodle!

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  12. That is an interesting way to use yogurt- though plain greek yogurt does remind me of sour cream! :D Looks so good!

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