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  • 180g cream
  • 700g full cream milk
  • 100g milk powder, full, cream skim, your preference
  • 120g sugar, honey or maple syrup, I use 60g manuka honey
  • 1tsp gelatine
  • 150g tub greek style yogurt
  • 6
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    Preparation 8h 0min
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      Recipe is created for
      TM 5
      Please note that the TM5 mixing bowl has a larger capacity than the TM31 (capacity of 2.2 liters instead of 2.0 liters for TM 31). Recipes for the Thermomix TM5 may not be cooked with a Thermomix TM31 for safety reasons without adjusting the quantities. Risk of scalding by spraying of hot liquids: Do not exceed the maximum filling quantity and observe the filling level markings of the mixing bowl!

Recipe's preparation

  1. 1. Ensure bowl, blade and lid are thoroughly clean

    a. Cover the blades in water

    b. Sterilise the bowl, blade and lid

    i. Fill the bowl to the top of the blades with water

    ii. Set the Thermomix - 5 mins /98˚C/speed 4

    iii. Remove water

    2. Add all ingredients (except the culture) into the sterilised bowl

    3. Set the Thermomix to 15 min/80˚C/speed 3

    4. Remove the bowl from the Thermomix base unit and allow to cool to approximate 45˚C or below (this will take 1-2 hours)

    5. Place the bowl back onto the Thermomix base unit

    6. Add the plain yogurt culture

    7. Use the automated yoghurt function to complete yogurt making – skipping ahead past ingredients (by pressing Next) to automatic time dial – turn dial (this takes 8 hours so be aware of the finishing time, you don’t want it to go off at 3 o’clock in the morning!)

    8. Once the Thermomix chimes set the Thermomix for 5 mins/speed 4

    9. Transfer into jars and allow to cool in the fridge

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Adjust the sugar to taste - 120g is for sweet dessert style, I halve it. You can leave out the sweetener altogether for plain yoghurt.

Don't forget to save 150g for your next batch of yogurt and hide it in the fridge!!

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  • This had good taste but there

    Submitted by themartinfamily76 on 1. March 2016 - 20:02.

    This had good taste but there was nothing thick about it. On the plus side I didn't waste the runny liquid I froze it and made ice cream 

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  • If you made and enjoyed this

    Submitted by emckayz1@gmail.com on 26. January 2016 - 16:59.

    If you made and enjoyed this recipe, please give a ratting, thanx 

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  • Yes, it is both the gelatine

    Submitted by emckayz1@gmail.com on 5. December 2015 - 11:26.

    Yes, it is both the gelatine and the cream that make it thick, combined with the mixing at the end that stretches the protein. The best Greek type yoghurt ever made in Thermomix

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  • do you think the gelatine and

    Submitted by renee3666 on 16. July 2015 - 12:32.

    do you think the gelatine and cream help make it thicker, well obviously the gelatine, but the cream too??? i LOVE ski brand yoghurt, its so thick but have not made my own thick yet..

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