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Vanilla Yogurt for Aldi Yogurt Maker


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Ingredients

7 jar(s)

Vanilla Yogurt

  • 1.2 litres full cream milk
  • 50 g raw sugar
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
  • 100 g natural yoghurt
  • 6
    2h 5min
    Preparation 5min
    Baking/Cooking
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    Preparation
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      TM 31
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Recipe's preparation

    Vanilla Yogurt
  1. Put milk, sugar and vanilla in TM bowl.  Heat for 12 mins, 80 degrees, Speed 2.

    Whisk for 10 secs, speed 4 until a light foam appears on the surface to avoid skin forming whilst cooling, remove lid and leave to cool (this process will take approx 1 1/2 hrs, so set a timer)

    Test temperature by placing bowl in TM and turning on...if 37 degree light is on it is probably too hot. wait for light to go out or test like baby milk on your wrist before proceeding.

    Add natural yogurt, mix speed 4, 4 secs.  Heat the yogurt base for 10 mins, 37 degrees, speed 2.

    After 10 mins cooking has completed, pour warm yogurt mixture into the jars and leave in Yogurt Maker for 8 hrs or overnight.

     

    Chill and serve.

     

     

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Tip

Put the Thermomix bowl in the fridge without the lid on to speed up the cooling down time.  Only about 1/2 hour to cool this way.


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  • Hi Anita, yes the

    Submitted by Kinta on 15. August 2013 - 23:14.

    Hi Anita, yes the instructions were very confusin, I made mine overnight, made as per my usual thermomix way - heated and cooled the milk and then put into the pots (with the lids on) and this morning had yummy set yoghurt, I will see what it tastes like for breakfast in the morning. 

    maybe next time, might try the aldi instructions, as they indicate that you don't need to heat the milk first and see what happens. 

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  • I put the lids on when I

    Submitted by anita_sullivan on 15. August 2013 - 07:39.

    I put the lids on when I filled them up. No condensation when we got up in the morning.  Very happy with the results so far. The instructions were confusing, weren't they?!  Did you heat up your milk? The instructions gave the impression that you didn't need to. I thought I would heat just in case. 

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  • Hi, when you put the jars in

    Submitted by Kinta on 14. August 2013 - 22:23.

    Hi, when you put the jars in to set, do you have the lids on each jar? my instructions tell me to put the lids on, but then when set, it says to be careful of condensation from the cover and to put the lids on and place in the fridge - I'm confused as to when the lids go on - or does it not matter? Cheers Angela 

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