I thought I'd play this meme again - cooking is always fun and diversionary.
#1. Name something you use cream cheese in/on.
Bagels. How original.
#2. Do you use yogurt in any recipes?
Yes... most often in fruit smoothies, sometimes in place of milk with cereal, sometimes in meat sauces.
#3. Macaroni salad. What do you like/put in yours?
Macaroni salad? Plain macaroni with mayo soupy stuff. No. Too weird. No matter what you do with it - and I am a fan of deli-type salads of all sorts. I like some pasta salads (with oil and herbs), but not macaroni salad.
#4. Share a recipe that you use sour cream in.
Tonight I made a dish with corn bread. I like to use corn bread in casseroles as it's a great topper that my family loves. I keep basic mixes on hand, but I always add sour cream to the mix to make it moister than normal. I do this even when making stand-alone corn muffins. I can't stand dry, crumbly corn bread. Sour cream, or, in a pinch, mayo, makes all the difference - hate turns to love.
I didn't feel like cooking this evening, so I 'cooked' by can opener. This dish always turns out well:
Lightly greased 9x13 baking dish, oven preheated to 350F
Bottom layer of leftover mashed potatoes
Add 1 can black beans (drained), 1 can corn (drained), 1 can ready-made chili
Add smoked sausage links - pieces, or cocktail sized.
Make the cornbread mix, adding 1/2 cup of sour cream. I also stirred in about 1 cup of cheddar cheese. Spread on top.
Bake until the bread topping is done. Approximately 45 minutes. I set my timer for 30 minutes and then check every 5 minutes until the bread is golden.
Probably not the healthiest meal(!), but I do not make it often. The whole family enjoys this dish. Serve with sour cream as a topping, if you like. Depending on the beans and chili you might use, salsa or guacamole may be good sides as well.