- •2 cansOrganic Coconut Cream (800 grams total)
- •200 gramswater
- ---OR make your own coconut milk to equal about 1 litre
- • 1 tsp yoghurt, starter powder (buy at health food store) OR ¼ cup store bought non-dairy such as CoYo
- • 1 Tblsp agar agar
- • 1/3 cup heaped measure of tapioca flour (arrowroot)
- • 1 Tblsp Xylitol (for bacterial culture to feed on)
Sterilise your mixing spoons and other utensils with boiling water before beginning.
Sit at room temperature your yoghurt starter or store-bought yoghurt.
In the Thermomix, blend coconut milk, agar agar & tapioca flour for 10 secs on Speed 4. Heat to 80 degrees. About 7 mins, Speed 3.
Leave in Thermomix till it cools to 37 degrees. This may take 1.5 to 2 hours.
Once coconut milk cooled to 37 degrees, add Xylitol. Mix in well, Speed 3 for 10 secs
Pour about 1/2 cup of cooled coconut milk into small jug (sterilised) containing your yoghurt starter or store bought yoghurt. Stir well.
Pour the inoculated batch back into the Thermomix containing the remainder of the cooled coconut milk.
Blend gently on Speed 3 for 4 secs.
Cook for about 3 mins on Speed 1, 37 degrees. To bring to even temperature.
While the yoghurt is heating fill your container with hot boiling water and place lid on it to sterilise and warm it.
Empty the water from the food Thermos and pour the yoghurt in.
Once sealed, wrap some tea towels around the food thermos and leave undisturbed for 8-10 hours. Then pour into containers and refrigerate.
To make coconut milk using the Thermomix. Soak 2 cups of dessicated coconut in 4 cups of water for 2 hours. Then in Thermomix, make sure it heats to 100 degrees, Speed 4 - about 5 mins or so. Then mix for 20 secs on Speed 8. Strain through stainless steel funnel or cheese cloth to create coconut milk.
Tip: Buy Agar Agar from an Asian Grocer - comes in 28g bags for around $2 opposed to over $12 at my local health food store. It comes in long strings - I threw it in the Thermomix and ground it down at Sp 10 for about 40 seconds.
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