Mojito Yogurt with Fresh Strawberries


Mojitos aren’t only meant to be enjoyed while on vacation. With the popularity of yogurt in India today, Mojito Yogurt with Fresh Strawberries and Mixed Tropical Fruit is a timely choice when dining out or whipping up breakfast at home.


How to make

    Yogurt Mojito:
  1. Using a medium-size mixing bowl, thoroughly mix the ingredients for mojito with a wire whisk until evenly blended. Place in a container. Cover and refrigerate for at least four hours prior to serving.
  2. Strawberry Topping:
  3. Place fruit and sugar in a mixing bowl and gently blend. Store in a container with a tight-fitting lid. Chill for four hours.
  4. Serving:
  5. Place 1/2 cup of the mixed fruit in individual serving glasses or clear glass bowls. Top with 1/2 cup of the yogurt mixture and and mojito mixture with the zest of lime. Your South Ville Maelk Yoghurt Mojito is ready!
  6. Notes:

    Tropical fruits may include mango, papaya and pineapple or other fruits of choice. For an added kick, mix 1/2 ounce Chambord liqueur and 3/4 cup rum. Chill and pour over fruit before topping with South Ville Maelk yogurt. A long-stemmed red wine or other elegant cocktail glass makes an attractive presentation.

Ingredients Quantity
Yogurt Mojito:
South Ville Maelk yogurt 2 Cups
Fresh mint, chopped 1 tablespoon
Fresh Lime Zest 2 Teaspoons
Sugar 1/4 Cup
Strawberry Topping:
Strawberries 3 cups fresh, cleaned, stemmed and quartered
Mixed Tropical Fruit of your choice diced 1 cup
Sugar 2 tablespoons
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