Homemade Pasta With Yogurt

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This pasta is on top of our list these days. Homemade pasta is called eriste in Turkish and it is made at home in great amounts to be stored for later cooking. There is of course its market version for those who don’t want to work on it, but I can’t give a guarantee for its taste. Here is the recipe for homemade pasta if you have time and want to make it yourself. You can play with the amounts if you are not planning to store any.

Mixing homemade pasta with yogurt is perfect for summer, when you don’t feel like eating anything heavy. This pasta with yogurt will be a great alternative to other pasta dishes on hot days. A bowl of pasta with yogurt and a bowl of fresh salad make a fantastic lunch or dinner. Try it!


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Homemade Pasta With Yogurt
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Serves: 4
  • 250g homemade pasta
  • 4 cups water
  • ½ tsp salt
  • 2 cups yogurt
  • A pinch of dried mint
  • A pinch of chili pepper flakes
  1. Pour water in a pot and boil. Throw homemade pasta into it when it boils.
  2. Boil pasta until tender about 10-15 minutes.
  3. Drain pasta. Wash it with some cold water to remove its heat and drain.
  4. Transfer pasta into a large pot. Add salt and yogurt and mix them. Wait in refrigerator for some minutes.
  5. Serve it in small bowls and sprinkle a pinch of mint and chili pepper on each.



  1. says

    Wow… this sounds light and flavorful. Will be trying this one as soon as I can have carbs again. Great photo too.

  2. says

    This looks amazing. I have had pasta with yogurt and indeed it is a refreshing meal!

  3. says

    I’ve never made a pasta with yogurt sauce, but it sounds so refreshing given the heat here in Phoenix lately! Thanks for a great new recipe :)

  4. says

    This pasta sounds so light and refreshing! Love the use of yogurt so make a sauce here!

  5. OysterCulture says

    Sounds perfect and refreshing for summer with the yogurt. Thank you for the great idea.

  6. Wafa says

    We make this in Syria, but we add tahini sauce and garlic to the yogurt. We often sprinkle roasted nuts on top as well for garnish and flavor. Very tasty.. my 3 year old daughter would eat it daily if I let her :)

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