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Soya Milk ( Noom Tur Lureng )

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Well you can buy sweetened soya milk in packets, but it's quite easy to make your own if you have yellow soya beans. I've photographed the milk sitting on dried soya beans, but if you can get fresh yellow or even green soya these both work well.

Ingredients
100 gms Soya Beans
500 ml Water
70 Sugar

Preparation
1. Rinse the soya beans to clean them. If the beans are dried, soak them overnight to soften them.
2. Blend the soya beans with water and sieve the mixture in a fine cloth sieve to remove the skin and pulp, leaving yourself with a white liquid.
3. Heat this liquid in a pan with the sugar, bring until just about to boil then simmer for 10 minutes.
4. Serve chilled.

Comments (2)

Zlamushka:

Hi Appon,

soy milk is the most important daily item in my kitchen (I dont drink regular milk, phew :-(

I also like making my own, often times add vanilla or cocoa powder. A great idea (that i recently discovered) is to boil the milk with chopped dates. That is equally sweet but somehow healthier...

I also posted a slide show of making soy milk at my blog. You should try doing one yourself, your pictures are very pretty. Here is how I did mine:

http://www.burntmouth.com/2007/07/soy-milk-okara-and-yuba-trio.html

slide show is at the bottom of the post.

Take care and keep posting

[Appon]
Vanilla sounds nice.

maninas.food matters:

wow I had no idea that this is so easy!

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