Yoghurt in Polaris 508 and in Binatone rice cooker

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Yoghurt in Polaris 508 and in Binatone rice cooker

Ingredients

milk 1L
yogurt 125 g

Cooking method

  • I make this yoghurt in Polaris and Binatone the same way.
  • Boil the milk and leave to cool to a temperature of 35-37 degrees.
  • Pour hot water into clean jars and microwave for 4 minutes.
  • Add Activia yoghurt to the cooled milk.
  • Put jars of milk in a saucepan with water. The water temperature is 35-37 degrees.
  • Close the MV or PB lid and leave for 8 hours. It is not necessary to turn it on to maintain the temperature.


Vichka
YOGURT WITH KIWIYoghurt in Polaris 508 and in Binatone rice cooker
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YOGHURT WITH PRUNES Yoghurt in Polaris 508 and in Binatone rice cooker

MILK 1 l
YOGHURT ACTIVIA "prunes" 125 gr
PRUNE 10-15 pcs.

Finely chop the presoaked prunes, almost like mashed potatoes.
Put 2-3 pieces in each jar and put in the microwave for 5 minutes.
Put yogurt and prunes in boiled milk, cooled to 35-37 degrees.
Put the jars in the MV, as always with water at 35-37 degrees, for 7-8 hours.Yoghurt in Polaris 508 and in Binatone rice cooker
The yogurt turned out to be a little thinner, but very tasty.
Vichka
Yoghurt in Polaris 508 and in Binatone rice cooker
Pineapple (I have canned) finely chop and put in jars in the microwave for 7 minutes.
Add yogurt to boiled cooled milk, pour it into jars and leave in a PC or MV for 7-8 hours


Yoghurt in Polaris 508 and in Binatone rice cooker
Luysia
I make all the yoghurts natural, and the additives are delicious only later in the finished product.
But looking at your mouth-watering photos, I want to try it right away with the features ...
Vichka
Quote: Luysia

I make all the yoghurts natural, and the additives are delicious only later in the finished product.
But looking at your mouth-watering photos, I want to try it right away with the features ...
I also made my first yoghurts natural, but then I had to add jam, preserves or just sugar. It became so much more comfortable for me. 🔗
SupercoW
Quote: VS NIKA

I also made my first yoghurts natural, but then I had to add jam, preserves or just sugar. It became so much more comfortable for me.
more convenient, of course yes, but is it more useful ...
it's not for nothing that we adhere to a certain purity and sterility in the preparation of yogurt. excess bacteria in milk can affect the final product in unexpected ways.

of course this is everyone's business. but personally, I always cook pure yogurt, and only then add what everyone likes (jam, honey, seeds ...). although, to be honest, I do not recognize activism as a leaven. but that's me
Vichka
Quote: SupercoW

more convenient, of course yes, but is it more useful ...
it's not for nothing that we adhere to a certain purity and sterility in the preparation of yogurt. excess bacteria in milk can affect the final product in unexpected ways.

of course this is everyone's business. but personally, I always cook pure yogurt, and only then add what everyone likes (jam, honey, seeds ...). although, to be honest, I do not recognize activism as a leaven. but that's me
Thank you, of course useful information, I agree with this conclusion. But sometimes you can deviate from the rules, in moderation, of course.
fronya40
I made three half liter jars today in Liberton! Everything turned out amazingly! I just took a whole jar (or rather the contents) from the gorge myself - very, very much! The only bad thing was that MV delayed the whole day. I will do for the night. Can I still buy a yogurt maker? I do not know. what to do. Previously, della covered with a heating pad. In CF, it turned out much better. Denser. Made with homemade market milk (proven over the years) and bacteria powder.
Vichka
Quote: fronya40

I made three half liter jars today in Liberton! Everything turned out amazingly! I just took a whole jar (or rather the contents) from the gorge myself - very, very much! The only bad thing was that MV delayed the whole day.I will do for the night. Can I still buy a yogurt maker? I do not know. what to do. Previously, della covered with a heating pad. In CF, it turned out much better. Denser. Made with homemade market milk (proven over the years) and bacteria powder.
Congratulations, I'm glad for you! Ah, Liberton, Liberton! I, too, had a burning desire to buy Libertonchik, but alas, he is not in Moscow, and it's a pity, I read a lot of good things about him. I need a little one.
At the expense of the yogurt maker, I have given up on it now. Why do I need a heated appliance when yoghurt can be made without heating. By the way, I still did not understand how you did it, did you heat it up or not?
fronya40
Quote: VS NIKA

By the way, I still did not understand how you did it, did you heat it up or not?

Thank you! I put the jars in hot water and closed. And after 4 hours she turned on the heating for 15 minutes. But I don't think it should have been done. The water was warm anyway. I'll try to put it on for the night. I only wanted to buy a yoghurt maker because CF is constantly busy.
Vichka
Quote: fronya40

Thank you! I put the jars in hot water and closed. And after 4 hours she turned on the heating for 15 minutes. But I don't think it should have been done. The water was warm anyway. I'll try to put it on for the night. I only wanted to buy a yoghurt maker because CF is constantly busy.
I get worse with heating. At 21 o'clock I boil milk, by 22 o'clock the rice cooker is already loaded, and waking up in the morning I take out yogurt.
YOGHURT WITH ACTIVIA AND NARINE AT THE SAME TIME

Yoghurt in Polaris 508 and in Binatone rice cooker
fronya40
Quote: VS NIKA

I get worse with heating. At 21 o'clock I boil milk, by 22 o'clock the rice cooker is already loaded, and waking up in the morning I take out yogurt.

today I will do so and report back!
Oliya2107
Quote: VS NIKA

YOGHURT WITH ACTIVIA AND NARINE AT THE SAME TIME

Please tell me, where do you buy Narine? I haven't met anywhere ... or maybe I didn't pay attention ...
Vichka
Quote: Oliya2107

Please tell me, where do you buy Narine? I haven't met anywhere ... or maybe I didn't pay attention ...
Oliya, Narine is sold in pharmacies. It comes in powders, but it's better to buy it as in my photo in bubbles.
Oliya2107
Thank you! see if it would have occurred to me to look for a leaven in a pharmacy. I went to study the question!
fronya40
Girls, I was late with the report, because I didn't do it anymore. and did yesterday. and so - I put in a yogurt maker and another part in MV Liberton. So, in the yogurt maker it turned out much worse, I constantly have it stratified. And everything turned out great in the cartoon! Made with Bulgarian sourdough. First I heated it on a "warm dish", and then turned it off and stood in the cartoon for the night.
Vichka
Quote: fronya40

Girls, I was late with the report, because I didn't do it anymore. and did yesterday. and so - I put in a yogurt maker and another part in MV Liberton. So, in the yogurt maker it turned out much worse, I constantly have it stratified. And everything turned out great in the cartoon!
fronya, glad that the yogurt was a success! What a craftsman Libertonchik! can do everything!
Tanya b
Girls! I did Danone with yogurt, it turned out to be a viscous mass, a thread stretches behind a spoon, like ...
rusja
Tanya b
I sometimes had this with live ferments of VIVO, and they say "snotty" is affected by the temperature of milk, the colder it is, the more it lasts. But you may have another reason, this is all unpredictable ...
Tanya b
thanks, yes I have a little lukewarm milk .. I need to make 37g
rusja
But for me 8 hours of standing yogurt in a slow cooker (DEH-50) turned out to be a lot.
Made exactly according to the recipe - milk up to 40 grams. and water of the same temperature (heated it up once and turned it off), put it overnight with "live" bacterial Bulgarian starter "Bioyogurt" and realized that half the time was enough. The yogurt did not peroxide and did not curdle (the temperature for overheating is insufficient, thank God), but it simply STOPPED and the whey began to separate - and at the bottom of the jar). 4-5 hours is quite enough for him, in the yogurt maker this leaven was ready for just so much time.
That is, next time I will do it in the same way, only in the afternoon or in the evening, to control the thickening and immediately go to the refrigerator.
In general, adjust the cooking time according to your ferments, but they are all different and you will be happy with a tasty, healthy, dense yogurt
Levitan
Thank you, the yogurt turned out. Yoghurt in Polaris 508 and in Binatone rice cooker
Vichka
Quote: Levitan

Thank you, the yogurt turned out. Yoghurt in Polaris 508 and in Binatone rice cooker
Irisha, please! And thanks for the photo! I see the yogurt is excellent!
Levitan
Yes, now I will try with additives. Thanks again.
Olya Sinichka
Hello!
I have a lot of questions about cooking: what kind of milk to take in terms of fat content, where to boil in a multi or on the stove, how to know when it cools down to 37 degrees, which jars to take by size, whether it is necessary to close them, how much water to pour into a multi bowl, it is necessary whether to turn on the heating mode or not, with what to mix milk with store-bought yoghurt or with pharmacy starter cultures. Girls, dear ones, this is not the first time you have done everything, write in detail, please. I am a recent owner of a multicooker, I want to try a lot
LENOK26
Victoria, please accept more thanks for the yogurt recipe !!! Yesterday I made 1.5% of ACTIVIA and 4% milk, putting it overnight. The whole thing stood in M ​​/ W for about 9 hours (went to bed late and accordingly made herself a favor in the morning) - everything is great! My family checked out the freshly baked milk in the morning! Immediately put it in the refrigerator. Tonight I will treat my friend! Thanks again for the recipe !!!!
TanSV
Thank you very much for the recipe, they explained everything in such an accessible way, the yoghurt turned out to be crazy the first time, very tasty even without additives, the milk took 2.5 fat and 1.5 activity, I had a viconte vc-600 multicooker, I didn’t get yogurt according to a different recipe with heating, and the curd, but so tasty, is a joy to children. Now I will make yogurt often, because the diet .... it is expensive to buy, and so 50-60 rubles a liter of natural, tasty and healthy yogurt comes out.
Yuliana25
Good afternoon, girls. Yesterday I became the proud owner of the Polaris PMC 0512AD multicooker. I boiled water in a f-tion steamer (to remove the smell). But my husband made yogurt, because I went to work. Used milk 2.6% and yogurt starter Vivo (in Novus it costs 34 UAH for 4 l / 4 small bottles), 3 tbsp. l. sugar for 1 liter of milk. I would say that it turned out to be a thick kefir, with a slight sourness to the taste. HUSBAND DECIDED NOT TO BOIL MILK. Today I will try yogurt with boiled milk. Next in line is biscuit, soup. Somehow, a bowl for omelet or steamed porridge is not thought out here.
rusja
Yuliana25
this, of course, as you personally like, but according to the recipe for any dry bacterial starter cultures - you don't need to put sugar initially, but only in the finished fermented product. It just prevents bacteria from creating such a necessary and healthy dairy product.
Yuliana25
Thank you. I didn’t know that sugar is not needed. The recipe is specified, but the recipe is for store-bought yogurt.
rusja
Yuliana25 ,
no big deal, everything happens for the first time
We have a whole topic on yoghurts based on bacterial starter cultures, if you're interested:
https://Mcooker-enn.icdself.com/index.php@option=com_smf&topic=171094.0
There you can find something interesting for yourself.
Kristina
Girls, lovely! Please answer the question! I'm a CF newbie and don't understand how to make yogurt. Describe the points, please. I have a Polaris 508.
Quote: Olya Sinichka

Hello!
I have a lot of questions about cooking: what kind of milk to take in terms of fat content, where to boil in a multi or on the stove, how to know when it cools down to 37 degrees, which jars to take by size, whether it is necessary to close them, how much water to pour into a multi bowl, it is necessary whether to turn on the heating mode or not, with what to mix milk with store-bought yogurt or with pharmacy starter cultures. Girls, dear ones, this is not the first time you have done everything, write in detail, please. I am a recent owner of a multicooker, I want to try a lot
Vichka
Quote: Olya Sinichka

Hello!
I have a lot of questions about cooking: what kind of milk to take in terms of fat content, where to boil in a multi or on the stove, how to know when it cools down to 37 degrees, which jars to take by size, whether it is necessary to close them, how much water to pour into a multi bowl, it is necessary whether to turn on the heating mode or not, with what to mix milk with store-bought yogurt or with pharmacy starter cultures. Girls, dear ones, this is not the first time you have done everything, write in detail, please. I am a recent owner of a multicooker, I want to try a lot
Olya,I apologize for not responding earlier, notifications are not received by mail, it's good that I looked into the topic myself.
If it's not too late, then I answer, as I do personally:
one.I boil milk on the stove, but when making yoghurt in MV Brand 37501 I do not boil milk, from the bag and into the MV bowl.
2.I take milk with a fat content of 3.2-3.5
3. I measure the temperature with a thermometer (when boiling, if I do not boil, then I do not measure it).
4.baby food jars (180-200ml)
5.Pour water up to the shoulders of the jars (I measure the water, it is important that the water does not exceed 40g)
Well, then everything is written, with each new yoghurt, what to mix milk with, include / exclude. heating. Read on.
lyalkads
VS NIKA, it turns out you just put the jars in a multicooker with water at a temperature of 38. That is, you don't turn on anything? In fact, a multicooker keeps heat for a long time, something like a thermos?

I want to make homemade yoghurt, I wanted to buy a yoghurt maker. I read the forum about yogurt makers and was horrified. Unfortunately, there are no normal yogurt makers in Russia, they overheat everything, killing beneficial bacteria. Of course, you can put cardboard, a napkin, etc. so as not to overheat, buy an additional thermostat. But I consider it nonsense to buy equipment that does not cope with its elementary task and to refine it itself.
I want to make "correct" yoghurt on a Bulgarian stick. I began to consider another technique, looking for an alternative to the yogurt maker. Which can keep the temperature at 36-38 degrees for a long time. I don’t understand, the multicooker copes with this task, does it overheat?
By the way, I also want a multicooker for a long time. And if she copes with the task, keep the temperature at 38 degrees for a long time, then this is generally a beauty. And one device is enough instead of two with a stupid yogurt maker.
Vichka
Quote: lyalkads

VS NIKA, it turns out you just put the jars in a multicooker with water at a temperature of 38. That is, you don't turn on anything? In fact, a multicooker keeps heat for a long time, something like a thermos?

I want to make homemade yoghurt, I wanted to buy a yoghurt maker. I read the forum about yogurt makers and was horrified. Unfortunately, there are no normal yogurt makers in Russia, they overheat everything, killing beneficial bacteria. Of course, you can put cardboard, a napkin, etc. so as not to overheat, buy an additional thermostat. But I consider it nonsense to buy equipment that does not cope with its elementary task and to refine it itself.
I want to make "correct" yoghurt on a Bulgarian stick. I began to consider another technique, looking for an alternative to the yogurt maker. Which can keep the temperature at 36-38 degrees for a long time. I don’t understand, the multicooker copes with this task, does it overheat?
By the way, I also want a multicooker for a long time. And if she copes with the task, keep the temperature at 38 degrees for a long time, then this is generally a beauty. And one device is enough instead of two with a stupid yogurt maker.
Lena, you correctly understood that you do not need to turn on anything, the main thing is that the liquid in the jars and the water in the bowl are of the appropriate temperature, that is, 38-40g.
At the expense of the yogurt makers, you shouldn't be. With everything, I recently had a yogurt maker Brand, nothing in it overheats, everything turns out great, here's the topic, read. https://Mcooker-enn.icdself.com/index.php@option=com_smf&topic=180408.0
Before that, I made yogurt in the Brand 37501 multicooker, using the "yogurt" program, the result is also excellent, I tested this multicooker and the yogurt turns out great, only I determined the time, not 8 hours, as indicated in the instructions, but three hours. Here is yogurt in a slow cooker https://Mcooker-enn.icdself.com/index.php@option=com_smf&topic=147299.0
Write if you have any questions.
lyalkads
Quote: VS NIKA

Lena, you correctly understood that you do not need to turn on anything, the main thing is that the liquid in the jars and the water in the bowl are of the appropriate temperature, that is, 38-40g.
At the expense of the yogurt makers, you shouldn't be. With everything, I recently had a yogurt maker Brand, nothing in it overheats, everything turns out great, here's the topic, read. https://Mcooker-enn.icdself.com/index.php@option=com_smf&topic=180408.0
Before that, I made yogurt in the Brand 37501 multicooker, using the "yogurt" program, the result is also excellent, I tested this multicooker and the yogurt turns out great, only I determined the time, not 8 hours, as indicated in the instructions, but three hours. Here is yogurt in a slow cooker https://Mcooker-enn.icdself.com/index.php@option=com_smf&topic=147299.0
Write if you have any questions.

Victoria, Thank you very much for your answer! Brand didn’t hear anything about the yogurt maker, apparently because it didn’t come out long ago. I read the whole topic on the first link, it is very interesting and pleased, Thank you! I am skeptical about little-known firms, and even more so Russian in the production of equipment. But judging by the reviews, Brand yogurt maker is the best in Russia today, IMHO! I already want this yogurt maker, though I think it can wait for the release of the new model, it is not far off, they are planning in the spring. The attitude of the company towards customers is very captivating and the fact that they do not stop, but rather listen to customers and try to improve the model. Just Super, Well done!
It will be necessary to study your second link when I find the time for this business. And it takes a lot of time, as much as 173 pages of reading
There are already a lot of windows open about yogurt makers and starter cultures, I don't even know where to start. I haven't really figured it out with my bread maker, but already grabbed the yogurt maker.
May I be curious? In your ruler, I saw several pieces of multicooker, why do you need such a large number?
Vichka
Quote: lyalkads

May I be curious? In your ruler, I saw several pieces of multicooker, why do you need such a large number?
There are not all multicooker in my ruler, as well as there is no other very useful technique of mine.
All multicooker works for me, with the exception of the rice cooker. Each multicooker has its own meaning, it's like with simple saucepans - in one we cook soup, in another potatoes, and in the third we stew something.
Yoghurt Maker Brand is really good, you can buy it without a doubt. The second yogurt maker will be for more cups. I managed to see her, she will be rectangular, light green and vanilla color - very cute!
Brand's attitude towards customers really deserves great praise.
lyalkads
Quote: VS NIKA

There are not all multicooker in my ruler, as well as there is no other very useful technique of mine.
All multicooker works for me, with the exception of the rice cooker. Each multicooker has its own meaning, it's like with simple saucepans - in one we cook soup, in another potatoes, and in the third we stew something.

Damn, this is what kind of kitchen you need to have, I envy white envy and 6 sq. m. no, no where to turn around

Quote: VS NIKA

Yoghurt Maker Brand is really good, you can buy it without a doubt. The second yogurt maker will be for more cups. I managed to see her, she will be rectangular, light green and vanilla color - very cute!
Brand's attitude towards customers really deserves great praise.
Yeah, I read that there are 12 cans. Where did you see her? I want to see it the same, at least with one eye. I already want a yogurt maker, I would like to decide which model is more suitable and like it.
Vichka
Quote: lyalkads


Where did you see her?
: secret: this is a secret
lyalkads
Quote: VS NIKA

: secret: this is a secret
eh, sorry ... And in the spring it will definitely be on sale?
Aygul
Quote: VS NIKA

: secret: this is a secret
and secretly in a personal, eh?

Vikus, maybe you still know when the new yogurt maker will appear? in what month?

Otherwise, I can't wait for cans, there are not enough 7 pieces For 12 it will be
lyalkads
If possible, then please in PM, pliz
Aygul
Quote: lyalkads

If possible, then please in PM, pliz

Vika, come on, come on in secret to the whole world
Aygul
Quote: lyalkads

Damn, this is what kind of kitchen you need to have, I envy white envy and 6 sq. m. no, no where to turn around

I also have 6. I put a new rack. There's even another vacancy there
lyalkads
Quote: Aygul

I also have 6. I put a new rack. There's even another vacancy there

I am freaking out over you, where is so much?
Aygul
Quote: lyalkads

I am freaking out over you, where is so much?

Kitchen 6 sq. meters, I'm talking about her
lyalkads
Quote: Aygul


Kitchen 6 sq. meters, I'm talking about her

I read the last messages and I sit laughing, dulling for a terrible
macaroshka
Hi girls!!!!!! I made yogurt already 2 times everything is cool, I read the topic - you pour water ... why? I don't have anything about water in my instructions for cooking ... maybe I'm wrong? tell me ... forgot to write ... multicooker LARIS 0517ad
Vichka
Quote: Makaroshka

Hi girls!!!!!! I made yogurt already 2 times everything is cool, I read the topic - you pour water ... why? I don't have anything about water in my instructions for cooking ... maybe I'm wrong? tell me ...
Where do we pour water?
Into the bowl, where else?

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