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Old 11-22-2020, 12:21 PM   #1
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What to do with sour cream

so I use sour cream in a recipe and the rest just sits there until I throw it out. It has happened many times. Any suggestions on how to use it?

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Old 11-22-2020, 01:25 PM   #2
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Where to start... baked potatoes, cheesecakes, dips for veggies or chips, a dollop with your chili, salad dressings, nachos and other Mex favs, etc.


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so I use sour cream in a recipe and the rest just sits there until I throw it out. It has happened many times. Any suggestions on how to use it?
Use it in mashed potatoes instead of milk/cream.
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Also as garnish on tacos. In many recipes, sour cream can be substituted for yogourt and vice versa.

You can use it to make quark, which is very much like cream cheese. Instructions for making quark. That thread also has suggestions for ways to use quark.
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Old 11-22-2020, 07:56 PM   #5
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Put on a piece of bread, sprinkle some salt, lightly, enjoy sour cream sandwich.
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use in pancake batter in biscuit recipes, nixed with seasoning salt as a dressing for sliced cucumbers, to make ranch dressing, to make blue cheese dressing, combine with vanilla and cream cheese, and sugar to make a cheesecake flavored topping for graham crackers, and I haven't hardly scratched the surface of how many ways sour cream can be used. It can even be used in cake icings.

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Add a dollop of sour cream to your scrambled eggs, french toast, omelet, etc...

A mixture of sour cream and chunky salsa makes a nice salad dressing.

Add sour cream to mayonnaise for a cabbage salad dressing, tuna salad, chicken salad, etc...

For dessert try this simple recipe.

1 bunch seedless grapes washed and stemmed.
1 cup sour cream
2 T brown sugar

Combine sour cream and brown sugar spoon over chilled grapes or add grapes stir to coat and chill prior to serving.

Also 5 cup ambrosia salad.

Combine and chill 1 cup of each ingredient for at least an hour before serving to soften/melt the marshmallows.
Mini marshmallows
Sweetened shredded coconut
Sour cream
Mandarin oranges drained
Pineapple tidbits drained

You can also add grapes or maraschino cherries to the basic mixture.
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