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Curd is an essential part of our daily food. There are a lot of benefits to eating fresh curd. We also use curd for preparing a wide variety of recipes, sweets and puddings etc. Today we are going to show a very basic and important video on how to set thick low-fat curd with double low-fat milk. It will help in weight loss too. Tips and tricks which are given in the videos are helpful for all. Preparing curd using steps in this video will help all to enjoy homemade low fat thick fresh curd.
Uploaded by admin on 07-Jun-2019. Last edited: 15-Jun-2019

1 litre low fat milk
2 -3 tbsp skimmed milk powder
1 tbsp curd / starter
1. I have boiled and cooled 1 litre low fat cow milk. Kept in fridge for overnight. Now take out the milk from fridge and remove the cream (malai) from the top of milk. Warm the milk until the temperature of the milk is tolerable.

2. This is skimmed milk powder. This will make the curd very thick and perfect.

3. Take out 2-3 tbsp skimmed milk powder in a bowl.

4. Dip the finger in the milk and check the temperature of the milk. If it is tolerable, it means the temperature is perfect for setting curd.

5. Add 2-3 tbsp milk in skimmed milk powder and mix.

6. Mix the milk and milk powder mixture in lukewarm milk nicely.

7. Now add 1 tbsp fresh curd (starter) in milk and mix nicely.

8. Pour the milk in a vessel.

9. Cover and allow to set for 4-5 hours in summers and 7-8 hours in winter season.

10. After 5 hours, keep the set curd in fridge for 2 hours. Now you can see the thick texture of low fat curd.

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Madhulika Vatsal

I am an explorer of food and I feel that people who love to eat are always the best people. I am passionate about cooking and firmly believe in tha a recipe has no soul, you as the cook and with your affection must bring soul to the recipe. I like to show creativity with food which can be made with easily available ingredients in the kitchen.