Yoghurt in the Cuisine Companion

I have been making yoghurt for quite some time now but this is the new version in the Tefal Cuisine Companion.

I have now made it a couple of times and its just as lovely as my previous yoghurt making ventures.

Most Yoghurt recipes are similar everyone does it a little differently.

This is very different to the Cuisine Companion recipes I have read so far. There is no sugar , there is no Additives just Milk and your Starter Yoghurt being a Greek Natural Yoghurt !


This is what I came up with and it worked perfectly.


1 litre Milk

75 gram Natural Greek Yoghurt

A Thermo Insulated Bowl or Thermos or Yoghurt Easi Yo container

Patience 😉 

A Second Cuisine Companion Bowl comes in very handy when making yoghurt so you can continue with making other delights



Pop the Mixer attachment in the bowl and then pour 1 Litre of Milk into the Cuisine Companion Bowl

Heat at speed 4 at 85 degrees for 20 Minutes

When finished remove the lid and place in the fridge

Allow to cool around 45 mins  set your timer. This is where a Digital Thermometer will come in handy I chose this Mondo Digital Thermometer one as it gives accuracy from -10 to 200 degrees so can be used for a multitude of things.


Using your Thermometer check when it reaches 37 degrees and then place bowl on the scales and weigh in 75 g Greek natural plain yoghurt


Mix at speed 6 for 10 seconds

Heat on speed 4 at 40 degrees for 10 minutes

Mix on speed 6 for 10 secs

Whilst that is happening pour boiling water into a thermo insulated bowl and  place lid on and leave.
Then empty when Yoghurt has finished its 10 minutes , wipe out with a paper towel quickly and pour in the yoghurt.

Place lid on and set somewhere Warm to incubate.

I use a thick small blanket and wrapped around. You could use Thermos’s or Esi Yo’s if you have them.

I left mine for 19 hours and it was perfect I then emptied into a tupperware container. I set aside a separate small Tupperware container with the starter for the next time. Using a clean spoon each time you get yoghurt out this should last 2-3 weeks “longevity wise” eating wise I doubt it will last a week for a family :-)

This is what is left after making my first batch in the Cuisine Companion 6 days ago- still tastes beautiful


I made a Berry Coulis.


I used 400g of a mix of frozen blueberries and raspberries  40g sugar 40g water 15/20 g lemon

I then heated it  at speed 6 at 90 degrees for 10 minutes.

I then allowed the coulis to cool and carefully stirred through

If you try this recipe please let me know how you went.

Remember Patience is a Virtue especially in yoghurt making :-)

I will update this post with some more photos and also some more coulis topping recipes


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