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To those who own such a miracle of household appliances as a slow cooker, the following recipe is dedicated to cooking a very tasty and he althy product - yogurt in it.

This natural fermented milk delicacy will no doubt be enjoyed by all members of your family, since everyone can add any fillers (fresh fruits, berries, jam, cereal, crispy biscuits, etc.) to it, based from your gastronomic preferences.

So, to cook yogurt in a slow cooker, you will need:

Sterilized milk - 1 liter (fat percentage is up to you, but practice shows that the fatter the milk, the better).

Sourdough (any live natural yoghurt/yoghurt drink without additives - Activia, Immunele, Neo) - 1 jar/1 bottle.

Glass jars (200-gram baby food is perfect).

Heat a liter of milk to 40 degrees (it should be warm). Pour 6 tablespoons of milk into a separate bowl and mix thoroughly with yogurt so that a homogeneous mass is obtained. Pour the resulting starter into the rest of the milk and mix well again.

Pour water into the multicooker so that its level reaches the middle of the height of the selectedutensils. Set the "boil" mode for a couple of minutes.

Water should be pleasantly warm (if hot, let it cool a bit). Lay baking paper on the bottom of the multicooker, pour the milk-yoghurt mixture into jars, put the dishes in the unit, cover with cling film or lids. Close the lid of the multicooker, leave to “warm up” for 25 minutes. After the set time, turn off the multicooker and leave everything as it is for 7-8 hours.

Then take out the jars and put them in the fridge. Chilled yogurt is ready to eat. Remember that homemade yogurt can be stored for no more than 5 days.

By the way, those who do not have a slow cooker can use an ordinary thermos. To do this, milk heated to 40 degrees is mixed with sourdough and poured into a thermos. Homemade yogurt will be ready after 8-10 hours. It is poured from a thermos into clean (preferably pre-sterilized jars) and placed in the refrigerator to cool.

By the way, yogurt is not the only “store-bought” home-made dish. Making ice cream at home is easy and simple! You can find out about this by clicking on the link.

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