Monday, July 17, 2017

Yogurt with Strawberry Compote

I love making yogurt homemade, not only does it save us money, but we can control the ingredients and it is super rewarding to know you made something your family can enjoy instead of store bought. Recently, amazon had the prime day deals and I scored an amazing instant pot for $43.15, ended up missing a part so amazon refund $22.00 total purchase price was $23.15 for a 6 quart instant pot!! I was shocked and tried to buy a second one but was too late. Needless to say, this instant pot is gettings its workout for sure! Having made homemade yogurt in my crockpot before I thought this would be the same, if not easier and it surely was. If you do not want to add sugar or vanilla into your yogurt then you do not have too it is up to you however you like it. Well, I hope y'all enjoy this new recipe and section we are adding to the blog. I know I am very excited to use this instant pot and get recreating amazing homemade dishes in half the time. Get yours below *affiliate link*




You Will Need:

1 Gallon Organic Milk (not ultra-pasteurized)
1/2 tsp Organic Vanilla (or vanilla bean)
1 Cup Organic Plain Whole Milk Yogurt
1/2 Cup Organic Sugar








Compote:

2 Pints Organic Strawberries
1/4 Cup Organic Sugar
1 tsp Organic Vanilla (or vanilla bean)
2 tsp Pure Lemon Juice




Add the milk to your instant pot


On my instant pot, I had to press the yogurt button twice to have it say boil


Once it is done boiling it will be about 177-180 degrees that is perfect
Add the sugar, and vanilla and whisk until sugar is dissolved


Now you want to cool the milk down to 107-110 degrees


Remove 2 cups of the warm milk and add to a bowl with the yogurt starter


Stir until combined and no more lumps


Add yogurt into the instant pot and stir to combine


Press the yogurt button once, and change the time to whatever you want to let the yogurt sit for. Please remember the longer the yogurt sits the more tang to the yogurt I let mine sit 12 hours (oh the tang is good! but I perfer 8 hours)


This is after 12 hours


Place cheesecloth into a strainer and pour yogurt into the strainer, you will need help here lol
I allowed mine to strain for 3-4 hours not a big fan of super thick yogurt but if you are let it strain longer


Here it is all done.. but wait there is more!!


Place your cut strawberries into your instant pot


Sprinkle your sugar onto the berries and allow them to sit for 15 minutes, this helps produce the natural juices in the berries and flavors them


Add your vanilla


Add the lemon, not too much here or it will overpower the berries


Turn the instant pot on pressure cook for 1 minute with it closed do not vent


Once completed allow to cool for 15 minutes then remove lid


The compote is done


I added 2 tbsp to the button of an 8 oz mason jar, spooned in the yogurt, leaving 1/2 inch headspace I added a tsp more of the compote and put the lid on. Now once you open a jar you can add your favorite granola, honey or enjoy as is. 

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