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Granny's Recipe Box: Labneh

Can you call it a recipe if it only involves 2 ingredients? Yes. Yes, you can. Let me introduce you to my newest obsession, 

Labneh!

Needed:

*1 container of Greek Yogurt

*A pinch of Kosher Salt 

(you definitely don't need a container of salt that is this big!)

*Cheesecloth

*2 large bowls

*Strainer


Steps:

*Pour the container of greek yogurt into one of your bowls

*Add the pinch of Kosher Salt

*Stir

*Place your strainer over the second bowl

*Place the cheesecloth into the strainer

*Pour the yogurt/salt mixture onto the cheesecloth

*Cover with the edges of the cheesecloth

*Refrigerate for 24 hours, leaving the cheesecloth in the strainer and the strainer on top of the bowl. This way you can drain the water from the yogurt. 


That's all folk! No seriously, that's all there is to it! You can enjoy labneh in a savory or sweet way. But I love it on top of fruit crumble with honey. Woohoo! 10/10 in ease and taste! 

One day I will make my own yogurt and do part 2 of this post. But if you are looking for an easy recipe that takes 2 ingredients, 10 seconds of prep, and tastes amazing this is it! 

Enjoy!


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