Although there are fifty recipes included in this book, I was most excited about the meat recipes and some of the dessert recipes. I’m always curious about how yogurt heightens the flavor of a dish and can’t wait to try the harissa roasted chicken, lamb meatballs in yogurt sauce, and lamb souvlaki with skillet flatbread. For the dessert recipes, both the Greek yogurt panna cotta and absinthe’s golden yogurt cake sound amazing. I was disappointed not to find any recipes for frozen yogurt except for a yogurt sorbet.
The book also has many gorgeous photographs by Eva Kolenko but definitely needed more pictures to showcase the recipes. I would buy Yogurt just for the method section and not so much for the recipes. Once the weather gets really warm, my mom and I plan on trying some of her techniques to see how they compare with the way we make Vietnamese yogurt. Yogurt is the perfect book for anyone interested in making your own yogurt and needing recipe ideas for savory and dessert yogurt based dishes.