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We at Mufaro's Family Foods are firm believers of innovation in the kitchen. While the traditional mix of Mufaro's Cultured Milk with a thick cereal porridge does indeed warm our cockles, nothing makes us happier than discovering and sharing a new way to enjoy our staple African made products.

We have started to compile a list of delicious recipes for sweet and savoury dishes you can whip up with Mufaro's Cultured Milk. We invite you to have a look through, have a go at each one and share your experience with us. Here at Mufaro's Family Foods we find that everything is so much more fun as a community so we want your cultured milk ideas too!

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What not to do when using Mufaro's Cultured Milk in the kitchen:

Here at Mufaro's Family Foods we take food seriously; nothing makes us sadder than the idea of your meal not ticking all the boxes. We have compiled a very quick list of what not to do when working with Mufaro's Cultured Milk:

Heating Mufaro's Cultured Milk too rapidly will cause it to curdle, heat the product to room temperature before introducing it to any hot mixtures. Always heat Mufaro's Cultured Milk gradually while stirring constantly for better tasting results.

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Have you tried a delicious smoothie made from our cultured milk products? While great tasting, they are full of healthy bacteria and low in both calories and fat content. A treat that is as great for your palate as it is for your waist!

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Healthy Yoghurt and Cultured Milk Recipes

While Mufaro's Cultured Milk as a sour alternative to natural yoghurt has its savoury attributes and can be used as a substitute for sour cream or mayonnaise to reduce fat content in meals, it is not limited to being a condiment.

Mufaro's Cultured Milk can become essential in recipes as it will thicken sauces for a fuller texture in conjunction with cold water and a sparing amount of flour; it can also make salads more filling and thicken the consistency of casseroles.

Mufaro's Cultured Milk isn't purely a health food either, its addition to marinades may well become a crucial one in the household as its acidic nature tenderises meats beautifully.

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