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Selasa, 24 Mei 2011

Buat buttermilk sendiri


Saya google cari macam mana nak buat buttermilk sendiri dan saya jumpa resepi ni . Saya C&P simpan dalam blog sendiri sebab next time kalau nak guna senang boleh rujuk balik .

How to make buttermilk from milk

There are 2 ways to make buttermilk, and they will produce 2 different outcomes. The first outcome you will get is a substitute for buttermilk, which will taste equally great; however the texture will be slightly different. The second outcome will be of course, the real buttermilk, fresh and ready-made.

Since the 1st way is the easiest, I will start from it.

1st Recipe (To get a substitute for buttermilk)

Ingredients that you will need:

* 1 cup of milk
* 1 tablespoon of white vinegar or lemon juice

Material that you will need:

* 1 cup measuring cup

That's it! Only 2 ingredients & 1 material are needed and...

Let's start making!

1. Place the white vinegar or lemon juice into the measuring cup.
2. Pour the milk into the measuring cup (together with the white vinegar/lemon juice).
3. Wait for 5 minutes.
4. Your buttermilk substitute is done!

It is fairly easy isn't it? And it can be done in a few simple steps. Now you no longer need to worry if you ever ran out of buttermilk again!

2nd Recipe (To get the real, tasty buttermilk)

Ingredients that you will need:

* 6 - 8 ounces of active cultured buttermilk
* 3 cups of whole milk

Material that you will need:

* 1 clean quart container (with a secure lid)

Hey! There are only 2 ingredients and 1 material needed to make this real buttermilk too! However you will need a much longer time to prepare it%u2026 And so%u2026

Let's get making!

1. Pour the cultured buttermilk into the clean quart container.
2. Fill the rest of the container with the whole milk.
3. Screw the lid tightly and shake well.
4. Place the container in a warm corner of your house.
5. Wait for 24 hours.
6. The buttermilk will thicken and coat the glass of the container.
7. The buttermilk is now done and can be kept for weeks!

It will be advisable to put the date that your buttermilk was made on the container to serve as a note. And you will roughly know when the buttermilk will expire.

Comparing the 2nd recipe to the 1st. There is only an increase of 3 steps which means that both the substitute and the real buttermilk are not hard to make! However to get the real buttermilk, you will need 23 hours and 55 minutes longer to make it. But wait! That is only the waiting time.

If you are willing to wait just a little more, you can get the real buttermilk with the right taste and texture to go with your cooking. Wouldn't that be really great? Why not wait a little longer?

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