Thursday, December 3, 2009

Home made Perugu/Curd/Dahi/Yogurt

We prefer home made curd to store bought yogurt. I always thought yogurt making is a very complicated process and that I could never master it but its not once u know at which temperature u need to add the culture, its a 1,2,3,4 process. I always boil my milk twice (coz thats how mom and grandmom do) and always use whole milk ('coz thats how S likes it.)




Step 1: Boil milk in a clean vessel till a layer is formed on top of the milk and keep aside till it cools down. (Boil on medium-low flame)

Step 2: Boil milk again and keep it aside till it is lukewarm, pour in a vessel and add 1 tsp of previously made curd or if using store bought yogurt use 2 tsps instead and mix.

Step 3: Place covered in the oven or some place warm overnight undisturbed.

Step 4: Take out, remove the cover and jsut move the vessel to see if the curd is done if not let it stay for few more hrs(donot disturb it). Serve chilled or at room temp. Enjoy!!!


5 comments:

A Homemakers Diary said...

I also make curd following this way. putting in the oven really healps it becomes thick and creamy...yummy

myspicykitchen said...

Bhargavi, even I make yogurt at home... :) Maa intlo kuda, homemade yogurt aithey nee tintaaru.... I boil milk in the microwave... that way it is easy and don't have to keep an eye on it, while it is boiling.

Bhagi said...

@Sayantani
I agree with u....gud to know u make it at home....nothi'n beats it.

@Usha
Yeah store bought lo aa taste undadu kada....btw I'm too scared to boil milk in the microwave....[:P] ...how many mins do u boil?

Divya Vikram said...

I make my yoghurt too! This loks creamy and perfect!

Bhagi said...

Thanks Divya...
hey 'm not able to post comments on ur blog ....can u help me with it????

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