*Sour Cream Curdling?
- Yes, sour cream does tend to curdle and separate itself out from the other ingredients when it reaches high temps. If that happens, it won’t look as beautiful, but it will not impact the flavor
Tips on avoiding curdling:
- Add 2 Tbsp. of flour to the sour cream mixture before cooking
- You can also add the sour cream at the end. Pour the sour cream into a bowl, add a little of the hot broth mixture from the slow cooker to your sour cream and wisk in. Repeat until the sour cream has warmed up. Add the warm sour cream to the slow cooker mixture and wisk.
- You can also cook this on low for 8 hours