3
  • thumbnail image 1
Print to PDF
[X]

Print recipe

Soya Bean Milk Variation (not bitter)


Print:
4

Ingredients

0 portion(s)

  • 100 grams dried soya beans soaked in water overnight or at least 6 hours, (change the soaking water at least once and do a final rinse with fresh water
  • 1 litre water
  • 60 grams Chinese rock sugar or raw sugar
  • 2-3 pandan leaves, (optional)
  • 6
    13min
    Preparation 13min
    Baking/Cooking
  • 7
    easy
    Preparation
  • 8
    • Appliance TM 31 image
      Recipe is created for
      TM 31
  • 9
5

Recipe's preparation

  1. Place drained beans and 500 grams of water into Closed lid and cook for 6 minutes at 80 degrees Counter-clockwise operation on speed 1-2. Ensure that the beans are cooked at 80 degrees for at least 2 minutes.

    Blend for 1 minute on speed 8 until smooth and creamy.

    Add remaining water, pandan leaves and sugar and cook for 6 minutes at 90 degrees on speed 2-3. Towards the end of cooking, keep an eye on it to ensure that it doesn't boil over. 

    Cool, strain through a calico cloth or nut bag and serve warm or cold. This is meant to be drunk as a beverage but can also be used on cereal or as a milk substitute (in which case you may prefer to not add pandan leaves and sugar).

10
11

Tip

I have used the other TM method for making soya milk, but always found that there was a slightly bitter aftertaste. I researched the reason why and discovered that the soy beans need to be cooked to approx 82 degrees before being blended to avoid the bitterness and 'beany' taste.

By using this method, there is also less likelihood of the milk boiling or foaming over. If the milk does start to boil over, turn off for a few seconds and then on again. You need to complete the cooking process.

If using organic soya beans there is no need to change the soaking water more than once.

If you're not used to 'real' soya milk, you can make it taste more like the commercial stuff by adding vanilla, malt, oats or barley (during cooking process). I'm not sure in what quantities as I'm happy drinking the real, unadulterated soya milk.

The left over pulp is called okara and has several uses, but is quite bland and grainy. Use it in your worm farm or bokashi bucket.


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.

Other users also liked...


Comments

Add a comment
  • Recipe works a treat...

    Submitted by Mandas on 27. August 2017 - 21:57.

    Recipe works a treat
    making this for my mum who's now Gluton and dairy allergic
    had to adjust the time the first time as I used cold water but using warm/hot seems to get to the 80 degrees to ensure 2 mins! Mum said it was a bit nutty so halved the sugar and added two caps of vanilla essence which she says makes it taste like the store bought!
    very cost effective with a kilo of beans costing me $3:45 and only needing 100grams for a litre of milk

    Login or register to post comments
  • Tried this today and it was

    Submitted by My.TMfun on 13. March 2016 - 00:17.

    Tried this today and it was perfect. I use a TM5 and the temperature is shown  therefore I increased the first cooking time by 2 mins. Well recommended recipe. Thanks...... 

    Login or register to post comments
  • Hi Richard. Basically, the

    Submitted by Liz Chin-Seet on 27. February 2015 - 20:21.

    Hi Richard. Basically, the beans need to be cooked for at least 2 minutes at 80; and the 6 minutes allows for heating up to 80 and maintaining that tempertaure for at least 2 minutes. However, the water you use may be colder (in winter for instance) and may take longer to heat up. Therefore you need to be mindful of this and may need to add extra cooking time. Hope this makes sense!

    Liz Chin-Seet 


    Thermomix Consultant

    Login or register to post comments
  • Glad to find this recipe that

    Submitted by richardstephens on 27. February 2015 - 19:40.

    Glad to find this recipe that I am hoping will save me some labor from the way I make it normally.

    There is one thing that is confusing though. At the start you say to cook for 6 Minutes at 80° on speed one or two. Then you say to ensure that the beans are cooked at 80° for at least two minutes. Does this mean an additional two minutes to the original six?

    Login or register to post comments
  • Love this recipe!! Tried it

    Submitted by littlemissthermomixer on 7. January 2015 - 21:27.

    Love this recipe!! Tried it tonight and it tastes fantastic. 

    I added the pandan leaves and it gave it an earthy caramel sort of flavour.  

    Login or register to post comments
  • So glad you all liked it.

    Submitted by Liz Chin-Seet on 25. August 2014 - 11:26.

    So glad you all liked it. There seems to be a movement away from soy products. A pity, as it really is a nutritious food. And when it's made as simply as this - no additives, unadulterated, fresh - it brings you back to the basic goodness of real food. Made in the kitchen - not a science lab!

    Liz Chin-Seet 


    Thermomix Consultant

    Login or register to post comments
  • First time I tried this and

    Submitted by Shazibell on 21. August 2014 - 12:32.

    First time I tried this and it was so easy. My in laws really enjoyed it!

    Login or register to post comments
  • Thanks for the recipe! There

    Submitted by mainichi_ureshii on 30. June 2014 - 03:26.

    Thanks for the recipe! There was no beany nor bitter taste. Full of pandan and soya flavor. This recipe is a keeper! Thanks again!

    Login or register to post comments
  • So easy to make! Thx for

    Submitted by Sus on 17. May 2014 - 15:09.

    So easy to make! Thx for sharing!

    Login or register to post comments
  • Thank you for this recipe. I

    Submitted by crazykookie on 26. January 2014 - 18:03.

    Thank you for this recipe. I made it with the pandan leaves and it is delicious and tastes like the traditional soya bean milk my grandma makes at home.

    Login or register to post comments
  • This is my first attempt at

    Submitted by ColetteB on 4. November 2013 - 13:55.

    This is my first attempt at soyamilk and it turned out great. So easy and not bitter taste - I will certainly be sharing with my soya milk drinking friends. Thanks tmrc_emoticons.)

    ColetteB


     

    Login or register to post comments
  • Glad you liked it Lol777! I'm

    Submitted by Liz Chin-Seet on 22. October 2013 - 20:11.

    Glad you liked it Lol777! I'm not sure how long it will last - it gets drunk too quickly in my household! That's why the Thermomix is so fantastic. You can make these usually fiddly/difficult recipes so quickly and easily. And you don't have to make a massive quantity. Just enough for a family.

    Liz Chin-Seet 


    Thermomix Consultant

    Login or register to post comments
  • Love it! Thank you.... Been

    Submitted by Lol777 on 22. October 2013 - 19:01.

    Love it! Thank you.... Been searching for a good recipe.  Nice n easy n taste great.  Do u happen to know how long it can last in fridge?  tmrc_emoticons.)

     

    i just googled expiry on soy n it recommends no longer than 3 days refrigerated

    Login or register to post comments
  • Thank you, I am new Thermomix

    Submitted by kennedyrh on 23. August 2013 - 12:33.

    Thank you, I am new Thermomix user and it was easy for me to make. tmrc_emoticons.) Love it

    Login or register to post comments
  • Sorry..I only read the first

    Submitted by chinsk on 7. June 2012 - 20:49.

    Sorry..I only read the first bit where u cooked for 6 minutes. I didn't realise u cooked it for a further 6 minutes. My apologies.

    Login or register to post comments
  • Actually, I think it is too

    Submitted by chinsk on 7. June 2012 - 20:47.

    Actually, I think it is too short a time. One can get poisoned if the beans are not cooked long enough. The first time I made this, using the one in the asian cookbook, my husband and I were nauseous the whole day.

    I then cooked it longer and found it tasted just like making over the stove.

     

    Also, I found you have to purchase these dried soy beans from an Asian Grocer. For some unknown reason, the ones at the health food store, just tastes bland and doesn't yield as much milk. tmrc_emoticons.)

     

    Login or register to post comments