Home made yogurt. Crafted To Perfection with Non-GMO Ingredients, Poured and Set in Individual Glass Pots. Indulge In A Moment Of Deliciousness Made With Simple Ingredients. This authentic recipe for rich, creamy homemade yogurt has been passed down in my husband's family for many generations.
During my research, I found that like most things, there are a million different ways to make homemade yogurt. You can order a starter or use a commercial yogurt as your starter. You can use a dehydrator, heating pad, crockpot, yogurt maker, or oven to act as your incubator. You can have Home made yogurt using 2 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Home made yogurt
- Prepare 5 glass of Milk.
- It’s 2 spoons of ready yogurt.
Pour the milk into a pot and bring to a boil, stirring occasionally to prevent sticking. By far, the simplest starter you can get is store-bought yogurt. You can grab any plain variety, but it must include live active cultures. (It'll say so on the label.) Avoid yogurts that are filled with additives like pectin, inulin, corn starch or gelatin. Homemade yogurt is a snap to make.
Home made yogurt step by step
- Boil your milk and after that wait until get warm.
- When is still warm and u can touch that by ur finger is time to mix your yogurt inside.
- Put in the jar class and wait 24 hours and after that put in the refrigerator.
All you really need is good quality milk, a few spoonfuls of your favorite plain yogurt to use as a starter culture, and some time to let it sit. Homemade yogurt requires very little special equipment. You can invest in a yogurt maker but there are many potential incubators you might already own, such as a thermos. All you need to make homemade yogurt is a half gallon of milk and about a half cup of yogurt. For the yogurt, either Greek or regular yogurt is fine, but avoid any flavorings; stick to plain, unflavored yogurts.