Soured cream recipes
Loaded with beef, beans, cheese and chilli, these classic nachos are a great way to feed a hungry crowd. Learn how to host a gourmet film night.
This is so low-fuss, it’s unbelievable – perfect for anyone who is short on time and needs to make something quick (preferably for the next day). It’s a caramelised cheesecake, baked high and fast, that can be eaten warm or served cold straight from the fridge. Cheesecake lover? Try more of our delicious cheesecake recipes.
Top slices of shop-bought croquettes with soured cream, chives and a dollop of salmon ‘caviar’ for a ridiculously quick and easy bite-sized canapé. Effortless! Discover our Christmas canapé ideas.
This creamy chicken stroganoff is made with soured cream and flavoured with sweet paprika and a few dashes of worcestershire sauce. It makes a great jacket potato filling. Try more ways with chicken.
Get your family and friends around, and tuck in to these Mexican chicken taquitos. They’re easy to make and you can mix and match your fillings with different cheeses, fresh vegetables and salads. Serve with soured cream and our homemade salsa dip.
Spinach pancakes with smoked salmon
Check out this vibrant recipe with smoked salmon. Our easy spinach pancakes make for a lazy weekend brunch recipe. Learn how to super-charge your pancakes.
Vegetarian mushroom chilli
Try our simple healthy twist on a family classic, with mushrooms and lime soured cream. This version is not only vegetarian, it’s low in calories and gluten-free, too – a great midweek meal. Try more of our budget veggie dinners.
Peach and soured cream cake
The perfect storecupboard bake. Use up that tin of peaches with this light and fluffy sponge cake, topped with a soured cream frosting. Discover more inspiration for cooking with peaches.
Tattie scones, a classic Scottish comfort food, are made using floury potatoes, soured cream and fresh chives. Serve with crispy bacon and roasted tomatoes. Discover more Scottish recipes for Burns Night.
Try this winning chicken dinner one-pot served with potatoes or rice for mopping up the smoky sauce. Try more one-pot recipes.
This is a classic way to eat corn in Mexico, and is usually bought from street vendors. Mexican crema is similar to soured cream but saltier and creamier – perfect for cooling the fiery chilli powder in this recipe. Now try more Mexican recipes.
Rhubarb, pistachio and soured cream cake
If you find yourself stuck for ideas to use rhubarb, this delicious cake with pistachios and soured cream is just the thing. Rhubarb is in season from February until May.
Cucumber with soured cream and dill
This cucumber, soured cream and dill dip makes a great summery accompaniment to oily fish such as salmon or mackerel. Salting the cucumber gets rid of a lot of the liquid and makes it beautifully crunchy.
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