- Yield: 4 Bowls
- Prep Time: 10 minutes
- Cook Time: 5h 00 min
- Serving: 4 People
- Calories: 619 kcal
- Carbohydrate Content: 48.51 g
- Cholesterol Content: 102 mg
- Fat Content: 33.2 g
- Fiber Content: 0 g
- Protein Content: 32.03 g
- Saturated Fat Content: 18.971 g
- Serving Size: 1
- Sodium Content: 437 mg
- Sugar Content: 51.21 g
- Trans Fat Content: ~
Why purchase a curd from the market if you can make it at home. To make fresh curd/yoghurt is very easy, which requires no more expertise.
Curd is easy to digest compared to milk. It has all the nutritive values of milk. It has proteins, vitamins and calcium. It is suitable for all ages. Curd kills bacteria, prevents intestinal infections, lowers blood cholesterol, boost the immune system, prevents and soothes ulcers. It should be included in the daily diet in varied forms. It has other health benefits, like aiding in digestion and reducing gas and stomach disorders.
In India, many ladies believe in to make the yoghurt at home rather than purchasing from the market. You too can try the following steps to prepare it. In Indian cooking, there are various food dishes which can be made with the curd, like Boondi raita, dahi vada, papadi chaat, lassi and more.
Ingredients of Homemade Curd Recipe
How to Make Homemade Curd
Step 1: Heat the milk until it becomes warm.
Step 2: Then add curd to the milk and mix them well.
Step 3: Cover it and keep aside to set for 4-5 hours.