Sunday, July 20, 2008

Vietnamese Yogurt

One of my net pal showed me how to make Vietnamese yogurt. I was so happy that it turned out great. My hubby loved it. They are not too sweet or too sour. They are just right. Infact, it's perfect. After I let them sit overnight in a pot of hot water, I put them in the freezer. They meant to be eaten like popcicles. So far, I made 3 batches. I think I will have to make more this week since it's running out fast :-)

This is a refreshing, great summer dessert. See recipe below.
When you make the first batch, please save one small bag of Vietnamese yogurt for the next time. This way you don't have to buy a plain yogurt from store every time you make it.
1 can condense milk ( I only use half can )
1 can of hot water
1.5 can of whole milk (I used 2 cans . I used the condense milk can for measurement)
6 oz of yoplait plain yogurt
2 limes juice (for the sour taste)

1) pour half can or one can of condense milk into a big bowl.
2) pour 1 can of hot water into the same bowl.
3) pour 1.5 or 2 cans of whole milk into the same bowl.
4) use a big spoon and stir everything together.
5) pour the 6 ogz of plain yogurt in the same bowl.
6) add the lime juice from 2 limes.
7) mix everything together
8) put the mixture into a small bags or small jar
9) put all the bags/jars into a big pot
10) fill the big pot with hot water from the sink
11) cover the big pot with the lid
12) use a bath towel and cover the big pot
13) let it sit over night
14) put in the fridge until they are frozen


Anonymous said...

Hi Zoe,

I would like to know where do you get the bags to make this yogurt? Please email me back at Thank you.


Zoe said...

I bought the bags from staple's. It's called "poly bags 3X5". Hope this help.


Anonymous said...

This is awesome!! THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!

Anonymous said...

You can use empty, clean by boiling baby food glass container ....great recipes

Anonymous said...

FINALLY! A recipe for frozen yogurt in a bag! This is how I grew up eating frozen yogurt. Sometimes at church school, they give it out for a dollar PER bag. And I lost my grandma's recipe for this a while ago and i'm so glad you posted this! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!