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Coconut Yoghurt


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Ingredients

1 litre(s)

Yoghurt

  • 900 gram coconut cream
  • 2 tablespoon tapioca starch
  • 1 tablespoon Maple syrup
  • 3 tablespoon Coconut Yoghurt starter, Coyo Natural Flavor is good or else you can use 3 TBSP of your last batch of coconut yoghurt
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Recipe's preparation

  1. 1. Put coconut cream and tapioca starch into TM bowl. Cook 90*C/9 minutes/ speed 3.

    2. Rest until termpature is less than 37*C. (This takes usually about 1.5 hours. Just set the bowl outside the machine, and after about an hour stick it back on and turn the machine on. Wait until the light goes out-if the light for 37* is still on it might still be too hot. )

    3. Add maple syrup to TM bowl. stir 4 seconds/speed 3.

    4. Add the coconut yoghurt starter. Cook 37*C/3 minutes/speed 2-3.

    5. Pour the mixture into your Easiyo. Rest for 12-24 hours. then put coconut yoghurt into fridge. Let it set for a few more hours to thickn up. It will then be ready to eat-yum!

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Tip

-I have only tried this using Ayam coconut cream. 

-I have tried letting it set in the thermoserver but no luck. Have only had luck doing this using an Easiyo.

-I usually leave it for 24 hours. however one time I was in a rush and only left it for 8 hours and it was fine.

-you MUST wait for the 37* light to go out. If it's still on, it could be too hot, and this will kill your starter.

-I've only ever used Coyo as the starter, or else I just use three tablespoons of my most recent batch as starter. 

-Don't leave out the maple syrup, it's the sugar that feeds the starter. You don't taste it at all.

-When you take the container out of the easiyo it will still be runny, you need to put it in the fridge for a few hours to cool and then it will thicken up. 

-This does actaully freeze really well. I like to put it into single serves and freeze it, then I can grab it in the morning and it defrosts on the way to work. 

 

There are lots of variations, but this is the only method I've tried and it worked so I stick with it. Good luck! 


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  • I love this recipe. Works every time 😀

    Submitted by Faf on 17. September 2018 - 18:00.

    I love this recipe. Works every time 😀

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  • Hi! thank you for trying my

    Submitted by ThermoHow on 19. November 2016 - 15:39.

    Hi! thank you for trying my recipe and for commenting. Did you use Co-yo brand as your starter? I don't know if letting it cool for a few hours would have caused it to be more runny, although its possible that the starter might have had something happen to it if you left it for so long and then didnt work as well. I would suggest making sure to use the Coyo as starter, and also not leaving it so long. I'm assuming you used all the other ingrediants as specified in the recipe? 

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  • I made this but its quite

    Submitted by Rookiecook on 19. November 2016 - 14:03.

    I made this but its quite runny. I let it set in Easiyo for approx 18 hours then in fridge for 12 Hours but seems like slightly thicker coconut cream. I let it cool for a couple of hours after step 2, would this have affected the outcome? Would like to try again if you have a suggestion for what I could do differently. Thanks for your recipe and help.

     

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  • I made this yoghurt on Sunday

    Submitted by pinkstar51 on 24. May 2016 - 08:05.

    I made this yoghurt on Sunday afternoon, left it in Easiyo until Monday morning and put in fridge.  4 hours later I tried it and even though it was really creamy and delicious it wasnt thick set so put it back in fridge and had a busy day so forgot about it.  This morning (Tuesday) I decided to have some on quinoa "porridge", OMG, it was so thick and creamy! Delicious with coconut flakes and seeds!  Leaving 24 hours really helps it improve.

    Thanks so much for the recipe!

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  • This looks great - I have

    Submitted by Clairedesat on 10. February 2016 - 09:55.

    This looks great - I have been meaning to try making Coconut Yoghurt - thanks for posting tmrc_emoticons.-)

     

    Claire Desat

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  • Great recipe, super yum and

    Submitted by Sarah Pidgeon on 2. February 2015 - 23:22.

    Great recipe, super yum and easy! Thank you

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  • Thank you for your comment,

    Submitted by ThermoHow on 15. October 2014 - 15:09.

    Thank you for your comment, I'm glad you enjoyed it! 

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  • So easy to make and  tastes

    Submitted by HellRaisin on 15. October 2014 - 14:49.

    So easy to make and  tastes amazing! tmrc_emoticons.) 

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  • Hi Yvonne Sorry for a delay

    Submitted by ThermoHow on 30. September 2014 - 15:22.

    Hi Yvonne

    Sorry for a delay in replying, I just saw your comment. I am suprised it didnt' work. I use the easiyo and fill it with boiling water as per the easiyo instructions, and I've also done it using a Hansell yougert maker as well with sucess. If you can message me on my facebook Thermohow page I'm happy to see what might have gone wrong. Also, did you watch the youtube video which shows step by step what to do? 

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YoVb5LpISDo

     

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  • Well the end result is liquid

    Submitted by Yvette78 on 8. September 2014 - 15:57.

    Well the end result is liquid yoghurt. I had a small amount of what would be whey in dairy yoghurt, sitting at the bottom so just mixed it all together. Using buffalo yoghurt as a starter wasn't quite right either. The yoghurt is very sour. Easy recipe to make, and I'll use it again. Not sure why its so thin though.

     

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  • I have just put this in the

    Submitted by Yvette78 on 7. September 2014 - 12:16.

    I have just put this in the Easiyo. Do you use the Easiyo method of adding boiling water to the line? Is this a thick yoghurt?

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  • Very easy to make and tastes

    Submitted by Tina777 on 2. September 2014 - 13:53.

    tmrc_emoticons.)

    Very easy to make and tastes delish. 

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