What You Need:
- Yoghurt - 200gms
- Sweetened condensed milk - 200gms
- Fresh cream - 2 tablespoons
- Red currant jam as required
- Ask a parent or an adult to help you with this recipe
- Preheat the oven to 200 degree Celsius / 400 degree Fahrenheit.
- Whisk together the yoghurt and condensed milk. Add the cream and whisk again.
- Place short glasses in a baking tray. Fill them three-fourth of the way with the yoghurt mixture.
- Drop a dollop of the red currant jam into each glass. Keep the tray in the preheated oven and pour some water in it.
- Bake for 15 to 20 minutes. Cool down to room temperature and then chill in a refrigerator.
- Serve chilled.
Recipes for children by Sanjeev Kapoor Master Chef, Author and Television Host
Different Types of Yoghurts
Yoghurt is a dairy product produced by bacterial fermentation of milk. The bacteria used to make yoghurt are known as 'yoghurt cultures'. The bacteria ferment the lactose the milk producing lactic acid, acts on milk protein to give texture and its characteristic taste. to make yoghurt, but yoghurt can also be made from the milk
of a buffalo, goat, ewe, camel or yak.
- Plain yoghurt is commonly consumed in our homes. It is also used to make desserts like shrikhand and is a base in homemade smoothies.
- Fruit-flavoured yoghurt comes in a variety of mixtures such as strawberry, strawberry banana, blueberry and vanilla. This type is most often made with real fruit and is high in sugar.
- Frozen yoghurt is an alternative to ice cream. Depending on the yoghurt, it may or may not have less fat than ice cream. Frozen yoghurt can be flavoured in many flavours.
- Greek yoghurt, called yiaourti in Greece, has an exceptionally smooth and creamy texture when compared to regular yoghurt. This is due to the removal of whey by a straining process. Greek yoghurt is higher in protein and low in sugar.