Monday, July 27, 2009

Yoghurt Cheese


*cheesecloth or thin white cloth (perhaps a thin T-shirt)
*Olive Oil
*spices such as paprika and cumin (optional)
*colander (optional)


Take the yoghurt and place it in the cloth, typing the corners of the cloth to make a sort of bag. Hang this from the faucet over the sink, or place it in a colander in the sink so the water drains off. Check the yoghurt periodically to see if it is the consistency you like. Different thicknesses of cloth will take different amounts of time to thicken the yoghurt. n to your liking, take the yoghut out of the cloth and either place as is in a jar or plastic container and place in the refrigerator, or else form the yoghurt into 1 1/2 inch balls and pack in a jar with some olive oil. n serving, some people like to roll the yoghurt balls in paprika or cumin before placing on it's serving dish. Good for breakfast with flat bread.


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