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  • Serves 4
  • 8 hours
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 2 Ingredients

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This recipe is proudly brought to you by the Philips All-In-One Cooker.


Ingredients (serves 4)

  • 1 litre pasteurised milk
  • 180-200g natural yoghurt

Method

  1. Pour the milk into the pot (the milk should be at room temperature) and the natural yoghurt and stir.
  2. Close the lid, press YOGHURT button, set cooking time for 8 hours and press START.

Notes

Set the valve to SEAL position. If you want to make fruit yoghurt, add fruit 30 minutes before the end of the program.

  • Has anyone used this recipe and what was the result? Like everything it appears there are a number of options for making yogurt online. Is it really this simple? Or does thicker yogurt really need the additives suggested by other recipes like “yogurt starter” or “milk powder” to help make tick yoghurt?

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  • My kids love yoghurt, I would love to start making my own.

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  • yum! This seems like really simple home made yoghurt

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  • Thanks for sharing; the simplicity is wonderful, I would love to make homemade yoghurt!.

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  • not as much to it as I thought.

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  • This appliance sounds like a blessing

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  • This with the waffles and fresh fruit for Sunday’s breakfast perhaps. There are lots of great ideas for something different on MOMS – Thanks for sharing.

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  • very nice white looking

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  • Why would you use yoghurt…to make more yoghurt? Isn’t there a ‘from scratch’ make your own yoghurt recipe that could be posted?

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  • Hang on a second…..is it really that simple?? OMG, I think I need an all in one cooker now!

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  • I can’t wait to try making yoghurt in my All-In-One Cooker! I read online that if you add some milk powder it will make the yoghurt more creamy and more like Greek yoghurt!

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  • natural

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  • ahhh this cooker does it all……….. need to get this :)

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  • I have discovered Tamar Valley Yoghurt – and heck, I love it… You are a brave Mum for attempting your own!

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  • This is probably the easiest yogurt recipe ever!

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