My last pending post from last year. And I'm procrastinating and forgetting what I did in HK already. :p
I have never made soy milk in my life before. So MummyGeek showed me how.
It's a well known "recipe" to do amongst the vegetarians and vegans... and the Chinese... LOL. It's inexpensive but a timely process.
All you need are these two ingredients:
- Raw bag of soya beans (or they could be called yellow beans - wong dao)
1. Empty about a third or half of the bag into a container - a cylindrical type.
2. Add water. You can add as much as you want depending on how concentrated or diluted you want it. Soak for a few hours or overnight until you're ready to use it. You will know when it's ready when some of the shells come off or you can pick some out and feel if it's soft enough.
3. I cleared out the dirty soaked water using a large sieve.
4. Add clean water.
5. Use a hand blender or a blender and whisk away until you see milk coloured water.
6. Separate the soya bean remnants and milk by using a sieve into a saucepan.
I don't know what you can use the remainder for... ¬_¬""
7. Boil the milk for a few minutes.
8. Empty into a mug and add sugar if needed... And enjoy...
Mine was quite concentrated but I enjoyed it.
Just have to use the rest of the beans now... Maybe I'll use fewer beans and more water next time.
Ok... I promise the next posts will be from the holiday!