Yogurt starter india

Yogurt starter india

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However I like to add a few lines based on my hands on cheese making ( a cultured product) and yogurt making in huge plants, and additional experience of home yogurt making everyday for generations. (I am Canadian with Indian heritage) and fresh yogurt especially in agriculture rich Punjab region of India, had been part of our every meal. And we also believe that it is one of the reasons, for our well being, I do not have to go into the health benefits of fresh, sugar free and full of live bacteria yogurt.

What is the difference between Indian curd and yogurt?

This is something I can certainly answer from my first hand experience. I make all my milk products at home. For years, I was under the impression that curd (dahi – since curd in the west means chenna as they have no idea about the existence of dahi:P) and yog(h)urt are the same thing.

How to Make Yogurt Without a Starter

I can’t vouch for the microbial content of this method, but the milk is clearly fermented, which means microbes are at work. I have yet to try this with alternative milk like almond milk or coconut milk,  but no doubt my kitchen experiment will be ongoing.

Yogurt starter india

Manjula’s Kitchen

Someone told me to beat the curd starter well, before adding milk to it. About 1 tsp of curd ( well whisked) + 1 litre of Luke warm ( not hot nor at room temperature). Keep it wrapped in an old woollen sweater in winters. Result is always, a very tight set curd.

How to make Thick Homemade Yogurt with or without starter + Tips

A good thick homemade yogurt. Freshly set. Warm and mildly sour after sitting overnight in a cozy spot. Not cold or straight out of the fridge. Creamy and custard like thick. Not gelatin thick and certainly not pectin thick. One that does not jiggle when the container is tilted from side to side, but peels away lightly and gives way to whey when scooped with a spoon. I’ll tell you all the secrets on how to make a good Homemade yogurt with or without starter culture.