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HOME MADE YOGHURT

Yoghurt is so easy to make at home. All you need is a thermometer and a flask!

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Yields4 Servings
Prep Time5 minsCook Time10 hrsTotal Time10 hrs 5 mins

 350 ml milk - fresh or uht will do
 40 g powdered milk - not necessary but adds creaminess
 1.50 tbsp natural LIVE yoghurt

1

Place the milk and powdered milk in a saucepan and use a small whisk to dissolve the powdered milk.
Place a sugar thermometer in the saucepan and heat it to 82°C.

2

Then let it cool down to 46°C (it takes about 10 minutes).

3

Meanwhile, preheat a flask to give the milk a nice warm environment and to sterilise the thermos. To do this, put a kettleful of water onto boil and pour the boiled water into the thermos before screwing the lid on.

4

When the milk has reached the right temperature, whisk the yogurt into the milky mixture. Empty out the water from the thermos and then add the milk and yogurt mixture to the thermos.

5

Screw on the lid tightly and then place somewhere safe. Leave overnight 

6

If you want a thick Greek style yoghurt line a colander or sieve with a muslin cloth and strain the yoghurt through.

Ingredients

 350 ml milk - fresh or uht will do
 40 g powdered milk - not necessary but adds creaminess
 1.50 tbsp natural LIVE yoghurt

Directions

1

Place the milk and powdered milk in a saucepan and use a small whisk to dissolve the powdered milk.
Place a sugar thermometer in the saucepan and heat it to 82°C.

2

Then let it cool down to 46°C (it takes about 10 minutes).

3

Meanwhile, preheat a flask to give the milk a nice warm environment and to sterilise the thermos. To do this, put a kettleful of water onto boil and pour the boiled water into the thermos before screwing the lid on.

4

When the milk has reached the right temperature, whisk the yogurt into the milky mixture. Empty out the water from the thermos and then add the milk and yogurt mixture to the thermos.

5

Screw on the lid tightly and then place somewhere safe. Leave overnight 

6

If you want a thick Greek style yoghurt line a colander or sieve with a muslin cloth and strain the yoghurt through.

HOME MADE YOGHURT

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