Yogurt Salad Dressing
Sweet or savory, yogurt salad dressings all start with a base of either plain or fruit yogurt. Drizzle easy sweetened raspberry yogurt salad dressing smoothly over fruit. Or intensify the flavors in meat or pasta salads with savory options like herb buttermilk yogurt dressing.See Popular Yogurt Salad Dressing Recipes
Bobby Flay's version of Russian dressing is tangier than the classic; made with nonfat Greek yogurt, it has just one-sixth the calories.
Crisp and refreshing chilled cucumber and red onion salad tossed in creamy sour cream yogurt dressing seasoned with fresh-chopped dill and cracked black pepper. Tastes cool and delicious on a hot summer day.
Try this creamy blend on a green salad with chicken or shrimp, or use it in a pasta salad with cherry tomatoes. We also like it drizzled over grilled or steamed asparagus. Although this dressing tastes creamy, you won't miss the fat because you get rich flavor from the pesto, while Greek yogurt adds protein and calcium.
A refreshingly zippy mustard dressing perks up this low-fat meatless main-dish salad.
Grain salads can sometimes be a bit heavy, but this one is surprisingly light-tasting, thanks to a tangy yogurt-mint dressing, crisp apple chunks and fresh spinach.
Add this low-fat salad dressing to coleslaw, pasta salad, and potato salad, or drizzle it over fresh greens.
Fresh fruit and the subtle orange dressing characterize this pretty-as-a-picture salad.
Yogurt dressing, with ginger and lime replaces mayo in this low-cal, low-fat chicken salad served over a bed of pea pods.
Yogurt gives just the right amount of tang to balance the spiciness of the curry powder.
Using yogurt instead of mayonnaise on the potato side dish cuts the calories but not the flavor in this grilled chicken dinner.
Toasting the corn in a skillet brings out its nutty flavor in this summery twist on a classic succotash. You could also use grilled corn in place of the skillet-toasted version.
Looking for a refreshing no-cook meal? Try this Greek-inspired pita sandwich.