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natural yogurt


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Ingredients

2 litre(s)

natural yogurt

  • 2 litres Milk
  • 100g grams natural yogurt, mundella premiun natural yogurt
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    40min
    Preparation 40min
    Baking/Cooking
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Recipe's preparation

    natural yogurt
  1. cook 2litres milk 20mins/temp 80/speed 3


    take jug off till milk cools to 37 just keep putting jug back on to check temp takes approx 30mins,dont forget like i do or you have to start again set an alarm


    now add 100g your starter yogurt stir 3-5 sec sp3


    cook for a further 20mins / temp 37/speed 3


    pour into thermoserver cover with towel and leave on bench overnight refrogerate will go thicker once chilled also thicker depending on milk used,dont pour away whey add to smoothies etc its full goodness


     

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Tip

dont forget to save 100g for next batch,i often make 1litre same timing,you can make berry coulis to stir through,its so cheap compared to shop bought and free of addatives


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  • have you tried a non dairy

    Submitted by TM convert on 20. May 2014 - 20:09.

    have you tried a non dairy yoghurt ( apart from the initial 100 gm of starter which would be dairy?

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  • Can anyone let me know how

    Submitted by awin4598@bigpond.net.au on 1. October 2012 - 22:14.

    Can anyone let me know how long this home made yogurt will last in the fridge please? And is it ok to put in the fridge for a bit to reduce temp between first and second cooking, in QLD seems already to take a long time to cool, will get longer in coming months too. Thanks

     

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  • I have been trying different

    Submitted by thermo-envy on 19. August 2012 - 12:35.

    I have been trying different ways to flavour lately and if you grind vanilla pod with bit sugar or add honey in first stage of heating it comes out lovely.just mellow not to much sugar or honey you can also leave yogurt for longer and it makes yogurt (quark style chees)

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  • hi, i'm new to all this can

    Submitted by TayLinAnne on 19. August 2012 - 12:19.

    hi, i'm new to all this can you please explain to me about keeping the whey, what is whey and how do you get it out of yogurt. sorry for the dumb question

     

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  • I have just made a batch and

    Submitted by sanlucale on 16. December 2011 - 21:11.

    I have just made a batch and I wont be buying the epensive brand anymore at the supermarket.  Once it set in the fridge overnight I placed it in a tea towl and sat it in a colander for about 5 hours.  The result is a thick yogurt!  What I do is I line a  shallow container with homemade jam(made in the thermo) and then spread a thick layer of yogurt on top.  Gourmet yogurt that is all natural! thank so much

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