How to Make Drained Yogurt Curds

Draining the whey from ordinary yogurt gives you another tasty dairy product!

Recipe By: tomato girl (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/54)
Prep: 6 min

Ingredients

Plain yogurt 500g

Method

1
I used this yogurt.
2
Put 3-4 kitchen papers together and pour the yogurt into this. Keep in a bowl for 3 minutes.
3
Squeeze the kitchen papers gently, you'll get a cream cheese consistency yogurt.
4
Put Step 3 into more kitchen paper sheets and put a weight on it for 1 hour.
5
The solids will be firmer and the weight will be about half.
6
It looks like this in a ramekin. You can eat at Step 3 or Step 5.
7
See this recipe ID: 1917 for a recipe using these curds.

Tips & Note

At Step 4, I used an orange bowl filled with water as the weight.

How to Make Drained Yogurt Curds

Draining the whey from ordinary yogurt gives you another tasty dairy product!

Recipe By: tomato girl (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/54)

Prep: 6 min

Ingredients

Plain yogurt 500g

How to Make Drained Yogurt Curds

Recipe ID :1916 Posted on 01 JUN 2016
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Draining the whey from ordinary yogurt gives you another tasty dairy product!

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Ingredients

Method

Prep
6min
1
I used this yogurt.
2
Put 3-4 kitchen papers together and pour the yogurt into this. Keep in a bowl for 3 minutes.
3
Squeeze the kitchen papers gently, you'll get a cream cheese consistency yogurt.
4
Put Step 3 into more kitchen paper sheets and put a weight on it for 1 hour.
5
The solids will be firmer and the weight will be about half.
6
It looks like this in a ramekin. You can eat at Step 3 or Step 5.
7
See this recipe ID: 1917 for a recipe using these curds.

Tips & Note

At Step 4, I used an orange bowl filled with water as the weight.

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