Fond of greek yoghurt? Here’s how you can make it at home


Divya, a Media professional loves indulging in sweet delights, every day after her lunch but this habit of her has eventually increased in her blood sugar level. However, she finds it pretty difficult to curb her sweet cravings, recently she tried greek yoghurt and fell in love with it’s texture and taste. This healthy yoghurt satiates her cravings as well as makes her happy!

Much like her, if you too are someone with a sweet tooth, then you will be able to relate to the feeling when you want to indulge in something delectable, but you often hold yourself back thinking about the calories. Well, greek yoghurt is something, which happily satiates your sweet cravings and does not induce much calories.

Off late, greek yoghurt has turned out to be a fad among fitness enthusiasts and this is simply because of its taste and health benefits. And the best part about this delicacy is that it low on calories and is loaded with the goodness of probiotic elements, which are good for digestion.

No wonder, greek yoghurt is delightful but going for processed or packed greek yoghurt is certainly not the best option to go for! This is simply because of its sugar content and additional preservatives, which are added to increase its shelf life. So, why not prepare it at home and delve into the goodness of this healthy yoghurt! Read on as we share a simple yet delicious greek yogurt recipe!

How to make greek yoghurt at home


Take a vessel and heat 1 liter milk. Heat the milk till it starts boiling. Turn off the flame once the milk starts scalding.


Allow the milk to cool down to a normal room temperature. When the milk attains a normal temperature transfer it into a glass or earthenware bowl. It is a must to prepare it in an earthen pot and is advised to avoid stainless steel. yoghurt is prepared using healthy bacteria cultures. Thus it needs a good container to ferment.


Next add three tablespoons of yoghurt to milk, once it turns lukewarm, this makes it easy to mix with yoghurt. The healthy bacteria present in the yoghurt amalgamate with the milk and turn the entire milk into a healthy fermented blend.


Keep this blend aside 3 to 4 hours and allow it to ferment and turn into yoghurt. Keep it in a warm and dry place to attain that perfect consistency. Drain the excess water and keep the yoghurt in the refrigerator and your greek yoghurt is ready. To make it sweet you can add some sugar, stevia or jaggery while boiling the milk. This will give you that sweet taste. However, even if you don’t add sugar, the taste and texture of freshly prepared yoghurt is usually sweet.

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