Crafted with finesse, this terracotta curd setter lets you set and serve rich curd in style.
• Food Safe
• Reviving traditions
• Nutrition value
MADE IN INDIA
To make curd in a clay pot, you will need to follow a few steps:
- Soak the clay pot for curd in water for a few hours before using it for the first time. This helps to prevent the pot from cracking due to temperature changes during the curd-making process.
- Heat the milk in a pan until it reaches a temperature of around 80°C (176°F). This helps to kill any harmful bacteria present in the milk and also helps to thicken the curd.
- Allow the milk to cool down to around 45°C (113°F) before pouring it into the clay pot.
- Add a spoonful of curd to the milk and stir well.
- Cover the pot with a lid and keep it in a warm place for several hours, typically 6-8 hours. The bacteria in the curd will slowly multiply and convert the milk into curd.
- Once the curd is set, you can transfer it to the refrigerator to cool and set further.
It is important to note that clay pots should be cleaned and stored properly to prevent the growth of harmful bacteria. After using a clay pot for curd, wash it thoroughly with warm water and soap, and then dry it completely before storing it.