Sour cream is made when lactic acid-producing bacteria is added to dairy cream, resulting in a slightly tart, thick substance. It has long been an ingredient in Eastern and Central Europe cuisines. It is used to make quick dips, thicken sauces, create creamy frosting, and garnish baked potatoes and soups. It's generally added at the end of cooking or when serving but can also tenderize and soften baked goods.
Brand: Tatua from New Zealand