What is greek yogurt? If you have asked this question, you should definitely try Fage
greek yogurt. It is absolutely delicious! For those who are wondering like I was, it is pronounced “Fah-yeh” which means to eat in Greek.
I consider myself a “think outside the box” kind of person. When it comes to cooking, this does not apply. Yogurt is to be eaten from the container.
Boy, was I wrong!
Mom Central invited bloggers to experience all that Fage yogurt has to offer. I like to cook, but I do not consider myself a chef by any means. That is my husband’s expertise, thank goodness.
While attending Fage USA event at the International Culinary Center, I learned how to use yogurt to create delicious recipes includng my two favorite which are Fage Fried Chicken and Fage Macaroni and Cheese.
Chef Daniel and his sous chefs made all of us feel comfortable and explained each detail of the recipe. From delicious parfaits to scrumptious dinners, adding Fage yogurt put a new twist to some classic favorites.
There are different types of Fage:
Disclaimer: I was offered an afternoon of culinary excellence at the International Culinary Institute, as well as a small compensation from Mom Central for my time in participating in the Fage Total experience. All opinions expressed are my own.