- 1 litre UHT milk
- 50 grams milk powder
- 2 tablespoons raw sugar
- 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
- 4 tablespoon Starter Yoghurt, From shop or saved from last batch
8h 25minPreparation 8h 25minBaking/Cooking
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Add all ingredients except starter yoghurt and hear 12mins, 37deg speed 3 (you probaby dont need to heat this long, 5 mins is probably long enough as the milk has already been heat treated).
While it is heating, boil the kettle and half fill the thermoserver to heat it.
Once it has finished heating, let it cool for 5 mins, you want the light to go out.
Add starter yoghurt and heat 10mins, 37deg, speed 3.
Once finished heating tip the water out of your thermoserver and dry it quickly, add milk mixture and leave somewhere warm. I left mine wrapped in 2 baby blankets outside for about 8 hours on a 39 deg day.
Apparently the first batch of yoghurt is a sloppy one, my first was. This was my second attempt and I used the sloppy yoghurt as my starter. If your yoghurt doesnt work keep 4 tbs ans your starter (can be kept in the freezer and defrosted in the fridge) and freeze the rest for smoothies and cooking.
If you want a more natural yoghurt leave out the vanilla and sugar.
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