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Plain Yoghurt


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Ingredients

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Yoghurt

  • 1 litre full cream milk
  • 2-3 tablespoon live culture yoghurt
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    Making the Yoghurt
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    Recipe:

    1 - 1.5 litres of full cream milk (anything but skim milk) can be coconut milk, almond milk

    2-3 tablespoons of natural live yoghurt, I use one made by Karikaas which has a very good bacteria called LsBOD in it.  Hard to find in most yoghurts and one of the bacterias needed in our system.

     

    - pour milk into Thermomix Bowl and heat for 10mins/80/speed 2

      - then leave it to cool until 37degrees

    (Here's the Technical Tip:  When you are cooling the yoghurt to 37, wait until the 37 light goes out.  That way you ensure the temp is down to 37.  If you just wait until the light is showing after the 50 goes out, you could be dealing with milk that is sitting somewhere between 37 and 49 degrees.   So wait until it goes out, then warm it back up to 37 for 2 mins and carry on with recipe.

     

    - add yoghurt starter to the milk, mix 5 sec speed 3

    - heat 10 mins 37 speed 2. 

    As soon as it is finished pour it into prewarmed thermoserver, put lid on and leave for 6 - 14 hours.

     

     

     

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Another Tip:  I put mine in my lower oven that has been preheated to the lowest setting then switched off.  A hot water cupboard could work as well. 

 


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  • Thanks for this simple way to make yoghurt! I used...

    Submitted by Ralphieb63 on 14. June 2020 - 11:16.

    Thanks for this simple way to make yoghurt! I used an EasyYo flask to set the yoghurt and it has set perfectly.

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  • Thank you for the recipe, mine turned out perfect....

    Submitted by Kok3 on 20. May 2018 - 10:43.

    Thank you for the recipe, mine turned out perfect. I left it overnight in a Stanley Flask, which keeps it at the right temperaturetmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Does anyone know if the lactobacilli last when you...

    Submitted by Crane3 on 4. December 2017 - 20:53.

    Does anyone know if the lactobacilli last when you use bought yoghurt as a starter?

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  • This was so easy to make I used powdered milk and...

    Submitted by itsmissjo on 11. June 2017 - 07:41.

    This was so easy to make. I used powdered milk and it worked perfectly, thank you!

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  • This is the first time I have

    Submitted by erinmaree91 on 9. October 2016 - 15:48.

    This is the first time I have attempted making yogurt. Thankyou for such a simple and easy to follow recipe! 

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  • Hi...I am used to making

    Submitted by susankorherr on 6. August 2016 - 10:56.

    Hi...I am used to making yoghurt in a saucepan using dried culture ...leaving to set for 24hrs in a thermos before refridgerating.

    I can't find any Thermomix recipes using dried culture..any suggestions or experience welcomed.

    Thank you.

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  • Best yoghurt I've ever made,

    Submitted by Kim Clews on 7. February 2016 - 14:33.

    Best yoghurt I've ever made, thank you  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • My daughter and I make this

    Submitted by EricaRawlings on 29. June 2015 - 10:46.

    My daughter and I make this yoghurt regularly, at least twice weegkly over 5 years, touch wood, I have never had a failure but the last three attempts by my daughter have failed, she has tried everything, washing bowl thoroughly twice after first failure, new culture second and third time, always makes in evening and let's set overnight!!!!    ....... Any suggestions please 

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  • I've used this recipe a few

    Submitted by i love to cook on 13. January 2015 - 21:46.

    I've used this recipe a few times. This time, I plan on straining the whey for an hour or so to make it more like Greek yoghurt. I'm not a fan on the tartness of natural yoghurt. Fingers crossed it works.

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  • Used a2 milk, let set in my

    Submitted by Kath5 on 27. October 2014 - 14:43.

    Used a2 milk, let set in my yoghurt maker, it wasnt as think as I was hoping, but tasted fine

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  • Perfect! I use a

    Submitted by Froschy on 8. October 2014 - 12:55.

    Perfect!

    I use a Yoghurt-maker instead of the thermo server.  The yoghurt is ready after 16 -18 hrs.The end product has to go into the fridge - this is a key step tmrc_emoticons.)   So far I used only organic full fat milk. I like that this recipe does not heat the milk way too long / at high temp (as other ones). Creamy, yoghurt each time.

     I was hoping to read some feedback of those of you who used almond milk.

    The same recipe is in the Indian cookbook. The one here has tips and tricks that the original doesn’t and only this is worth another 5 stars rating.

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