skyr


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skyr

(skɪə)
n
(Cookery) a Scandinavian dairy product made from curdled milk
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The five course taster menu allows you to sample dishes such as sweet langoustine tails, salted cod, beautiful reindeer and creamy Skyr yoghurt.
8 January 2018 - French dairy company Lactalis has agreed to acquire siggi's, a US based maker of Icelandic style skyr yogurts, for an undisclosed price, the company said.
The company, which produces well-known brands such as Skyr and Anchor, has a large packing facility based not far from the College on the Maesbury Road Industrial Estate in Oswestry.
Offering everything from Skyr ice cream, local seafood dishes to Puffin burgers there is something to suit a variety of tastes.
A visit to Skyr Factory is a must for any traveller wanting to discover the flavours of Iceland.
Ingredients: 75g spelt flakes; 100g rye flakes; 150g rolled oats; 30g sunflower seeds; 30g pumpkin seeds; 100g blanched hazelnuts, roughly chopped; 30g flax seeds; 1/2tsp ground cardamom; 1tsp ground cinnamon; good grating of nutmeg; 2tbsp rice malt syrup (or honey or maple syrup); 1tbsp coconut oil, melted; 75g pitted chopped dates; Greek yoghurt or skyr and berries to serve.
Icelandic Provisions, a line of traditional Icelandic skyr, has added tropical Key Lime to its flavor offerings.
Kefir (a type of cultured milk) is more tart than skyr.
One of the most high-profile recent arrivals has been the Icelandic yogurt-style fermented dairy product Skyr in countries such as the U.
To brew this Gose, the two brewers met in Iceland, the geographic midpoint between their native countries, where they sourced local ingredients, including Icelandic moss, sea kelp, birch-smoked sea salt and Skyr, an Icelandic yogurt.
A good-sized main meal would set you back around PS25 while the dairy-based dessert Skyr is definitely worth a try with some fresh fruit, in the unlikely event that you have any room left for afters.