There's a great post for making homemade greek style yoghurt here using a thermos.
fn said:There's a great post for making homemade greek style yoghurt here using a thermos.
And it works too. The quantity made in the slow cooker was a bit too much even for me (the straining yogurt was taken down while still very moist to be greek yogurt) and I will use the thermos version next time.
I need to buy some rennet but can only find it on line in quantities larger than I want There must be somewhere local I can buy a small quantity!
That's a great link, thank you Fiona! One to try at the weekend I think - yum!
Rennet found! We have a local farm shop (nursery, garden centre, pick your own etc) called Secretts in Milford, nr Godalming. It is the kind of shop where you find all the food things you didn't know existed or thought had gone forever. I knew rennet was used to make junket so I looked in the dessert section and there it was, £1.95 for a 150ml bottle. I also picked up some anchovy sauce to try.
Thought I might try making Paneer - Indian cheese. Seems extremely simple: http://www.indianfoodforever.com/basic-preparation.....aneer.html
Any one else ever tried this?
Having been looking on the web a fair bit it seems that a simple white softish cheese is the easiest. The paneer can be frozen apparantly as well. Came across it when looking for recipes to use up milk.
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