Pot Set Yoghurt & Fruited Pot Set Yoghurt

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Makes 1L approx Prep Time 15 minutes   Cook Time 6 hours   Rated:
by Tenina Holder

I have severe yoghurt issues, so much so that I needed some yoghurt therapy for a while. I have never liked a runny yoghurt, and have experimented with adding cornflour or gelatin as stabilisers (like commercial yoghurts) but with varied results. Anyway, I was determined to get the perfect set yoghurt, and, yes, I believe this is it. No runniness, no drippy whey oozing out whenever you take a spoonful. I am afraid some of you may not like using the powdered milk, but move on. I have; you can too. Cue the fruit and the graneusli. Yum.

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Need

  • Plain Yoghurt
  • 1000 Milliliters whole fat milk
  • 50 Grams powdered milk
  • 50 Grams full fat plain yoghurt as a starter
  • Fruited Pot Set Yoghurt
  • 50–100 Grams jam of choice
  • Recipe for Pot Set Yoghurt

Do

1  

Place milk and powdered milk into the Thermomix bowl and heat 15min/80°C/speed 4.

2  

Allow this mixture to cool in the Thermomix bowl until temperature has reduced to under 50°C. You can use a thermometer for this or you can remove the bowl from the Thermomix and place it back into the cradle. It will register the temperature approximately each time you do this.

3  

Meanwhile, clean two 600ml jars and preheat your oven to 40°C. Place jars and lids into the oven to dry.

4  

When your mixture has reached correct temperature, add yoghurt starter and blend 10 sec/speed 4.

5  

Pour mixture into jars and seal with lids. Place into the oven for 6 to 8 hours.

6  

Remove from oven and cool before refrigerating.Use as per any other yoghurt. Reserve 50g as the starter for your next batch.

7  

Fruited Pot Set Yoghurt

8  

Prior to putting the yoghurt into sterilised jars, place enough cold jam into the bottom of the jars to create a layer that you can see. Top with the yoghurt and proceed with the oven step.

9  

You can use any jam for this recipe, home-made or commercial.

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