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TM5 Automated Yoghurt - Thermomumma


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Ingredients

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  • 1 cup full fat milk powder
  • 1/4 cup starter, full fat pot set yoghurt - yoghurt with live cultures in the ingredients list)
  • 1 litre full fat UHT/ longllife milk
  • 2-3 tablespoons sugar, optional for a sweet vanilla version
  • 1-2 teaspoons vanilla, optional for a sweet vanilla version
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    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!
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Recipe's preparation

    Instructions
    1. Add all ingredients to a super clean bowl.
    2. Select the 'plain yoghurt' recipe in the automated menu & skip the prompts till the screen says 'turn speed selector to start'. Now turn your dial & walk away. This process will take roughy 8 hours in thermie & you will be greeted by a chime when it is ready.
    3. Refrigerate before eating. It will slightly thicken up in the fridge.
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Tip

FULL FAT PRODUCTS. Make sure to use full fat products for the best results.TART YOGHURT. Can be one of two things. If you use a natural pot set yoghurt as the starter the tanginess will transfer. I prefer using a sweet greek or vanilla yoghurt. Also if you make a plain yoghurt (no sugar or vanilla) & culture for too long your yoghurt will be tart. The little bacteria in the yoghurt eat the milk sugars & turn them into lactic acid. FRIDGE LIFE. This yoghurt will easily last 2-3 weeks if no one double dips tmrc_emoticons.;) Always judge by smell & taste.DONT FORGET! Once your yoghurt has set, place ¼ cup into a clean container & store somewhere in the fridge where no one will eat it. This can be used to make your next batch!USING FRESH MILK. You MUST first cook your milk at 90* for atleast 10 minutes, then allow it to cool back to under 37* before using. This breaks down the proteins in the milk. This is why I use UHT as I can skip this process.USING AN EASIYO SACHET AS A STARTER. You may split the easiyo sachet into 4 portions & use 1 portion (1/4 packet) in place of the starter. Store the remaining 3 portions in your freezer. You can use this at a later date.


This recipe was provided to you by a Thermomix ® customer and has not been tested by Vorwerk Thermomix ® or Thermomix ® in Australia and New Zealand.
Vorwerk Thermomix ® and Thermomix ® in Australia and New Zealand assume no liability, particularly in terms of ingredient quantities used and success of the recipes.
Please observe the safety instructions in the Thermomix ® instruction manual at all times.

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  • Love this yogurt thank you for sharing....

    Submitted by sadie13M on 19. July 2019 - 10:50.

    Love this yogurt thank you for sharing.
    thick and creamy.
    have you converted this recipe for the TM6?

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  • I made this yoghurt yesterday for the first time...

    Submitted by moonglo67 on 13. February 2019 - 14:21.

    I made this yoghurt yesterday for the first time and it is delicious. Smile
    So creamy and thick!
    Has anybody tried making a fat free/ reduced fat version?

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  • First yoghurt I have ever made - and it is already...

    Submitted by Yinny on 19. January 2019 - 13:31.

    First yoghurt I have ever made - and it is already a winner. Made it two nights in a row. Thick and smooth. And just the right amount of tartness. Used a plain Greek yoghurt as a starter. I will use a thermal container next time I make it. Prefer not to have TM on for so many hours straight overnight

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  • I was looking for something different after trying...

    Submitted by nicolesouthee on 12. November 2018 - 19:49.

    I was looking for something different after trying the BCB yoghurt a few times with very runny results. This was perfect! My go to recipe for yoghurt now. Thanks!

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  • Amazing, it set thick yay.

    Submitted by Barbandcraig on 22. October 2018 - 12:05.

    Amazing, it set thick yay.

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  • Thanks. I had been struggling to make a thick...

    Submitted by Barbandcraig on 22. October 2018 - 12:04.

    Thanks. I had been struggling to make a thick yoghurt. This certainly solved that problem. The thermo keeps the temperature at a consistent 37 degrees. Perfect!

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  • This is the best yoghurt!! I made it a few times...

    Submitted by eskimoezmay on 14. October 2018 - 21:13.

    This is the best yoghurt!! I made it a few times and loved it but then tried a different recipe that had high reviews, because I wanted to be able to use my Thermi for other things (yoghurt put into thermoserve to 'set'). The other recipe was runny and no where near as good. This recipe is amazing, the yoghurt turns out thick and creamy!!! I will only use this one from now on!!!

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  • I have made this yoghurt 4 times and it's perfect...

    Submitted by Lara03 on 9. August 2017 - 07:46.

    I have made this yoghurt 4 times and it's perfect every time however I do continue to use UHT milk instead of fresh milk. Can you tell me is the only difference between using the 2 different milks is that I can skip the heating and cooling process of the full cream milk? Or does it change the texture of the yoghurt? As my yoghurt seems to be a little gluey in consistency.

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  • Mumma Dell: Did yours turn out thick after doing...

    Submitted by ledgo93 on 18. July 2017 - 16:16.

    Mumma Dell: Did yours turn out thick after doing this?

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  • Mine didn't turn out thick... quite runny...

    Submitted by ledgo93 on 18. July 2017 - 16:15.

    Mine didn't turn out thick... quite runny actually- nice flavour but can anyone share their tips as to getting it thick....

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  • Heating the milk to 90C actually sterilises it...

    Submitted by Wellsrob on 14. February 2017 - 17:17.

    Heating the milk to 90C actually sterilises it rather than breaking down proteins

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  • Made this 2 nights ago and it's nearly all...

    Submitted by Mumma Dell on 1. January 2017 - 19:01.

    Made this 2 nights ago and it's nearly all gone!!usedfresh milk and heated and cooled it as suggested first. found it was a little lumpy and the vanilla paste had seperated so i just inserted the butterfy whisk and whipped it on speed 3 for about 20 secs before i poured it into jars and it was delicious smooth creamy yogurt. whole family is happy. thanks for the recipe!

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  • Has anyone ever sub coconut milk or coconut cream...

    Submitted by helen1950 on 8. December 2016 - 18:34.

    Has anyone ever sub coconut milk or coconut cream in the auto program

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  • Great recipe. I used 1/4 of

    Submitted by Jackiecos on 23. September 2016 - 21:26.

    Great recipe. I used 1/4 of an Easy Yo Mango sachet as my starter was lovely and thick and not too sweet. Just a nice hint of fruit and sweet. 

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  • Best yoghurt receipe ive

    Submitted by jnchiswick on 6. August 2016 - 11:59.

    Best yoghurt receipe ive tried

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  • Best recipe ever! change it

    Submitted by Heffs on 5. August 2016 - 13:53.

    Best recipe ever!

    change it up with flavours using different starters found in shops

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