Posts Tagged 'yoghurt'

Cream of Broccoli Soup

Longing for a new way to enjoy broccoli, I thought a bowl of soup sounded good. This recipe is versatile enough to serve warm in the winter and cool in the summer.

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Yoghurt temperature trick

So I’ve been making my rich yoghurt with my Yogourmet for 3-1/2 years. It always seemed to turn out fine. It gets thick, tastes tart and I seemed to tolerate it. Appearances aside, something was very wrong.

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Yonana Muffins

yonana muffins

This recipe is modified from the recipe found in the BTVC book. It’s been my replacement for bread and my breakfast every day. I figure I’ve eaten over 2700 muffins in three years. I love them.

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Bombay Beef

The carrots add mellowness and color while the raisins are a nice blast of sweetness in an otherwise spicy dish.

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Strawberry Smoothie

I know you miss chocolate ice cream. You know that I cannot replace that, but I can offer you this rich, creamy treat. And hey, it’s good for you.

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Keeping yoghurt thick

thick yoghurt

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Part of the secret of thick yoghurt lies in your scooping technique. The keep your yoghurt thick, you want to let the liquid that naturally separates segregate to one low-laying spot. Click the image above. If you remove yoghurt such that each time you leave behind a smooth slope to the side of the container, you’ll achieve maximum thickness. Just pour off the liquid before you scoop.

The yoghurt forms a continuum from wetter, thinner yoghurt at the bottom of the container to dryer, thicker yoghurt at the top.

Now where’s my honey?

U P D A T E: The thickest, mildest yoghurt I’ve ever made was with light cream and Yogourmet freeze-dried starter.


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Creamy Tomato Soup

creamy tomato soup
Comfort food, tomato style.

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