Saturday, 24 April 2021

Recipe 124: Raisin Yogurt

Yogurt is an excellent food for digestion and gut health. And a few raisins into yogurt just increases the nutritive value.

Yogurt is light, refreshing and can be consumed any time of the year or day.

I love yogurt and prefer to always make it at home.

Today's recipe is a rather simple one. Infact, it is not even a recipe, just an assembly of a 2-3 things.

My Raisin Yogurt is best eaten as a breakfast. But it can also be eaten as a snack post-lunch.

Since I prepare my raisin yogurt as a single serving (only for me!) I culture the yogurt into the cup I intend to eat in the morning. I pile up a handful of cornflakes over the chilled yogurt, sprinkle sesame seeds and honey on top.

Needless to say that if you wish to prepare for more people, then double or triple the recipe.

Ingredients for 1 :

  1. 1 cup warm milk
  2. 1 tbsp. unflavoured sour yogurt 
  3. 8-10 small raisins


In a non-metallic cup (I use ceramic) mix raisins and yogurt.
Pour warm milk and stir.
Cover the cup and allow the mixture to stand at room temperature for atleast 12 hours.
Uncover the cup and give it a gentle shake to check if yogurt is set or not.
If yogurt is set then place the cup in fridge for atleast 1 hour. This helps in further firming of the yogurt.
At the time of serving, take out the yogurt and drizzle some honey on top.


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