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Old 11-20-2018, 12:53 PM   #1
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Thick Yogurt

Hi. I had a bad experience in an Indian restaurant. I binned the Onion Baji starter in favor of a Chicken Murgh Chaat. It was recommended. They did not tell me it was hot and as I was going to follow with a king prawn vindaloo, that was too much capsican for me.

They brought to the table some thick yogurt which helped. I have never seen thick yogurt like a very thick cream. Can you buy this or is there some process to thicken it up.

TIA

Desmond.

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Old 11-20-2018, 01:40 PM   #2
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Desmond, you can do either one.
Using pasteurized milk, heat it to 100 deg F, add a few tablespoons of active culture (yogurt bought listing it has active cultures, flavor, plain). Then mix and keep it warm overnight, in a cooler with hot water bottle, or an oven that stays around 90-100 deg F. Leave it longer if you want it more sour or thicker. Pour off any separated liquid for thicker.


Or take yogurt bought or made, drain it through a tea towel or butter muslin overnight, it will be thicker.


In the US you can buy greek yogurt, which is thicker than standard yogurt.
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