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Yogurt Recipe

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Added: Sunday, August 19, 2007

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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
powdered milk
1/2 pkg of plain fresh store yogurt.
1 3oz pkg of jello

Directions:
Directions:
Take a 1 quart wide mouth thermos and fill with boiling water. Cap and let stand. Make one quart of powdered milk according to package directions using hot water from the tap. Take 3 cups of this hot milk and add one cup milk powder and 1/2 package of plain fresh store yogurt. Heat over medium to low heat until 115. Empty thermos and immediately pour in yogurt mixture. Close and let stand 4 to 6 hours. When yogurt is thick and ready, save 5 or 6 tablespoons in a sealed carton to start you next batch. Mix up a package of jello. (I do this right after I put yogurt in the Thermos and then leave it set on cabinet until yogurt is done. It will thicken just enough this way). When yogurt is ready add jello to it and beat with wire whisk until smooth and well blended. Mixture will be thin now but will thicken when chilled. Pour into container and chill overnight.

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Personal Notes:
This is a recipe from Nina.

 

 

 

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