This minted yoghurt dressing can be used for any green leaf salad, or as a topping for roasted beetroot.
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I have this dream of making a serious change to our home. When Dave and I converted the plans to turn our garage into a cottage we did so with us in mind. We needed a fair amount of space as we were going to live there. The downstairs became our lounge, dining room, kitchen and bathroom. And upstairs was devoted to our bedroom, with a small, open plan study. Years ago we converted the downstairs back into garages, leaving the kitchen and bathroom as is. And when Dave and I moved out of our bedroom we could see how big the empty space actually was. It is my dream to turn this into a flatlet. And I have already designed the space as I envision it to be. It means removing the roof and floor and breaking down one wall which is a lot of work.
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From there we will need to install a new door and move the staircase as well as throw a slab for the floor. This will also work to make the space perfectly fireproof, to use as a dwelling on top of a garage. A large window will be placed where the wall was to give a stunning view of the mountains. The new space will incorporate a bedroom, kitchen, living room and bathroom. At 48 square metres it is a generous studio apartment that is larger than many places we have stayed in overseas. And once this project is completed I would like to be able to turn it into fully furnished self-catering accommodation. I am hoping that this won’t take too long to materialise as it really seems the best route for us to take. Would you consider such major renovations?
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Minted Yoghurt Dressing
- 45 g thick yoghurt
- 3 mint leaves, finely sliced
- Salt and freshly ground black pepper to season
- Place the yoghurt and mint into a small mixing bowl and season to taste
- Stir to combine, cover and set aside in the fridge for 30 minutes for the mint to infuse
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11 thoughts on “Minted Yoghurt Dressing”
Now I want to create a beet salad for this dressing!
I love how you can have the vision of what you want to turn the space into. I have no such ambitions. Plus, we are not sure how much longer we will live in our current hosue once we retire…
I want to make our home an income generator for retirement 🙂
That’s a classic! Yogurt with herbs of all sorts — mint included — is used in so many cultures: Indian, Middle-Eastern, Greek, and more. I like a bit of lemon juice added as well as the herbs. Garlic is another common addition. Or chopped cucumbers. Always a classic!
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The lemon sounds great, and something I will try for sure 🙂
I don’t think I’d do all this work for my own personal use, but if its part of a future business plan it is worth it.
That is my feeling as well 🙂
I pretty much only make vinaigrettes–I think I need to branch out! Right now it is so hard to find construction help that projects are scheduling 18 months out. There are things I want to do and I’m trying to figure out if it makes more sense to break it into a series of small projects that maybe we and a little help can handle or to wait.
I would not be able to wait if I could afford to start right now 🙂