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Ingredients

2 litre(s)

Vanilla Yogurt

  • 750 g full cream milk
  • 35 g raw sugar
  • 10 g vanilla extract , vanilla paste, or split vanila bean
  • 50 g natural or greek yoghurt, mundella or good source of active bacteria
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Recipe's preparation

    Vanilla Yoghurt
  1. Put milk, sugar and vanilla of choice in TM bowl (if using bean, scrape seeds into milk).  heat for 12 mins, 80 degrees, Speed 2.

    Whisk for 10 secs, speed 4 until a light foam appears on the surface to avoid skin forming whilst cooling, remove lid and leave to cool (this process will take approx 1 1/2 hrs, so set a timer)

    Test temperature by placing bowl in TM and turning on...if 37 degree light is on it is probably too hot. wait for light to go out or test like baby milk on your wrist before proceeding.

    Add natural yogurt starter, mix gently speed 4, 4 secs.  Heat the yogurt base for 10 mins, 37 degrees, speed 2.

    Meanwhile boil kettle and place oven on a low heat approx 50 - 70 degrees to warm up (on warm summer nights you can just leave out). Fill Thermo server with boiling water to scold out, then discard the water and place lid on to retain heat until ready to use.

    After 10 mins cooking has completed, pour warm yogurt mixture into the pre warmed Thermoserver or flask equivalent.  Wrap server in Thermo mat and teatowel to preserve heat during incubation and place in oven or warm place for 6 - 8 hrs or overnight.

    After time has elapsed and yogurt thickened, strain through muslin until between 200-400mls of whey has been strained off to get a creamier thicker consistency.

    Chill and serve.

     

     

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  • I must be doing something

    Submitted by Annie Young on 1. August 2014 - 15:45.

    I must be doing something wrong, this is the second time I have tried to make yoghurt (the other was a different recipe), it just doesn't set.  The only thing I can think of with your recipe is I didn't keep the oven on overnight but surely you wouldn't leave the oven on with the yoghurt in the thermo server wrapped in the thermomat & a T towel?  Please let me know what I may of done wrong "(

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  • Can you double the recipe?

    Submitted by Carey Smith on 23. October 2013 - 13:19.

    Can you double the recipe?

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  • I have kept it for a week but

    Submitted by guest on 14. October 2013 - 15:30.

    I have kept it for a week but it could be longer but it never lasts longer than that in my house as my boys just love to eat it.. I once read that if your yoghurt is more like cottage cheese than smooth and creamy its off..

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  • hi how long would this last

    Submitted by karismurnane on 12. October 2013 - 12:59.

    hi how long would this last in fridge please?

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  • opps thanks for letting me

    Submitted by guest on 9. May 2013 - 10:36.

    opps thanks for letting me know - have corrected it to 750g!

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  • opps thanks for letting me

    Submitted by guest on 9. May 2013 - 10:36.

    opps thanks for letting me know - have corrected it to 750g!

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  • Hi, there is an error with

    Submitted by omaandopa on 23. April 2013 - 15:38.

    Hi, there is an error with the volume of full cream milk - it should be 750 g or 750mL rather than litres  tmrc_emoticons.)

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