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    Default Thermomix or Bellini yoghurt

    Who has made their own natural yoghurt in their TMX or Bellini etc?
    I tried this last night for the first time following this recipie and it turned out runnier than expected. Maybe a bit runnier than yoplait? Definitely not like the thick natural yoghurt we usually buy.
    Any hints or tips to get it thicker? Or even different recipies!

    http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/ba...l-yogurt/30492

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    I use Sistermixin's thick vanilla yogurt recipe and it turned out quite thick. I used Jalna as a starter.

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    I used my thermomix. With recipe from the EDC. I think the starter yogurt really makes a difference. I also use jalna.
    And I heat my thermoserver before pouring it in

    Actually now I usually use this easiyo version. Quick and easy. And the yogurt is yummy and thick.

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    You need to use milk powder and cream in it to make it thicker.

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    I use thermofun's recipe and the whole 200g pot of jalna for starter, super thick! Plus I do the 90deg cook for 45 min cause I read somewhere that it makes much thicker yoghurt.

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    Hmm. I used jalna for the starter, but cooked at 37 for 20 mins for the second cook. Might look up these recipies thanks!

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    Yep deffo the thermofun recipe with milk powder. Mega thick

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    Can anyone link me? I've been trawling her website for a while now and it's just giving me recipies using yoghurt.

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    This is her recipe but on a different blog https://simonesthermomixessentials.w...ing-thermomix/

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    I use Lailahs recipe for my thermomix yogurt


 

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