Have you tried making your own soy milk yet? No? You should! Not only is homemade soy milk tastier than store-bought ones, it’s also free of any unnecessary additives like preservatives and flavors. Try this method for smooth and creamy soy milk that can be used to prepare a variety of dishes.
When your soy milk is ready, set it into this delicious homemade curd! While you can make curd out of different types of plant milk, soy curd is probably one of the most economical and versatile ones. Do try and share your result 🙂
I promise you won’t be disappointed!
Preparation time: 15 minutes + setting time
- Bring the soy milk to a boil, stirring frequently. Add the sugar, if using. Lower the heat and simmer for 5-6 minutes. Simmer for a few more minutes if a thicker curd is desired.
- Let it cool down for some time. Once it is just slightly warm—you should be able to dip a finger comfortably—mix in the starter curd and stir well.
- Keep aside to set for as long as you would for dairy curd according to the climatic conditions in your region. Setting time would vary from 5-7 hours in summer to 10-12 hours in winter.