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Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Homemade Soya Bean Milk by Chef Yve

First natural homemade soyabean milk ...
  • Me and Yve were talking about how hard it was to find good soyabean milk here in Puchong and KL.
  • I find that the soyabean milk sold by most of the roadside stalls too diluted, too milky and too sweet. We are not sure what ingredient they add and how natural it was.
  • In the end, Yve decided to make own 100% pure soya bean milk.
  • We got our soyabeans (500g) from the morning market.

Looks very simple to do it right ... you might want to add sugar and pandan leaves to add flavour into it
  • Follow the steps below:-
    1. Wash the beans and soak overnight in water (8-10 hours).
    2. Blend the beans with water, use a 1:2 ratio, where the amount of water should be double the beans.
    3. Pour the blended soybean batch by batch into a muslin cloth.
    4. Squeeze and squeeze somemore to strain the soyabean milk from the pulp.
    5. Start boiling the soyabean milk in a large pot. Remember to keep an eye on the pot as you really do not want the soyabean milk to burn. Cooking the soyabean milk will get rid of the ‘beany’ taste (and some undesirable inhibiting enzymes). Stir constantly.

14 comments:

Charlene n Kevin said...

Looks simple enough :) I never knew it was so easy to make Soyabean Milk. I must try it one day!! :D

fufu said...

yeah good...very healthy ya...
i likee soya milk =) i tihnk there's a soya milk maker... couldnt remember where i saw it before...

thenomadGourmand said...

yr own wantons, then soya milk..wats nx? I'll stand vigil outside yr hse for some leftovers ;)!!!

CH Voon said...

as my process view,

I did some soya milk processing...
Soya bean contain an enymez (enzim) which will reduce absorbtion of protein into your body,

To kill the enzim, must cook the soya up to 140 degree, else less protein we absorb...

vialentino said...

charlene: yeah, i din know it is so simple till my wife show it to me

fufu: i know the soya bean maker...by cosway one rite?

thenomad: shud be nasi lemak project...hahaha

chvoon: wow...thanks for the tip...but how to measure the heat up to 140 degree...

Agnes said...

thanks for sharing! now i know how simple is that to do homemade soyabean

Binn said...

owh soya bean!!!! but i think soya king does a great job! wih their tau foo faa too!!!! but home-made is always toxic-free lar~~~ nice one!

dicman said...

ya look like easy.

Jys said...

I did help one of my aunt when I was young, a lot of work leh... especially the squeezing part..

Lulu said...

How the home-made SOYA taste? great effort!

Adrian & Aeiween said...

wow thanks for the sharing~ two of you so sweet~ cook for each others~ hehe next time i must learn from both of you~ =) Anyway how's it taste like? Good right? sure better than outside one!

Ju Ann said...

hmm did it really taste good?

CH Voon said...

one thing i forget to mention,

If you dont want the soya bean smell, put some natrium carbonat (garam), the bean smelly will be reduced.

Agnes Sim said...

wow... u really geng! send me 1 botol le. hehe

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