Welcome to this interesting article on how to make yoghurt in Nigeria. Yoghurt is a food drink that sometimes looks like custard.
Here in Nigeria, most of the yoghurt we consume are produced in such a way that we put them in bottles like every other drink.
I know that yogurt in some other parts of the world is like custard or pap because of its method of preparation which makes it very thick.
We also have various flavours of yoghurt. Let’s see some of them in the list below.
Different Flavours of Yoghurt?
Yoghurt can be prepared in different ways and flavours namely,
- Milk etcetera.
You can prepare your yoghurt using any of the flavours in the list above.
Now that we have seen some of flavours used for yoghurt, let’s look at the next step on how to make yoghurt in Nigeria.
That being said, it is not just for Nigerians to learn but because variety is the spice of life, whether you are from Nigeria, Ghana, America, Germany, Togo or any other country, I guess you would find this article useful as you would discover a different way of preparing yoghurt.
Yoghurt is produced by fermentation of milk. So I will give you a step by step guide on how to make yoghurt in Nigeria. Let’s take one step at a time.
Ingredients for Making Yoghurt in Nigeria
- Powdered milk 400g
- Flavouring (vanilla).
- Water (cold and boiled hot water)
- Already prepared yoghurt
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- Wash your hands with soap and rinse with clean water.
- Put 2 litres of cold water into a bucket that has lid.
- Add powdered milk inside and mix with your hand, until all lumps are dissolved.
- Then pour boiling water into the milk solution and stir with a spoon or wooden stick.
- Bring a bottle or two of already prepared yoghurt and pour into the mixture
- Close the lid of the container and leave to stay for about 7-10 hours
- After 7-10 hours, open the lid and filter the milk with a cloth
- Finally, add sugar, flavoring, and preservative.
- Put into containers and serve chilled.
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