Home Made Ricotta

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Yields1 Serving

 4 cups whole milk
 1 tablespoon of white vinegar
 sea salt to taste

1

Add milk to a stainless-steel saucepan and, over a low heat while constantly stirring, bring to 98 degrees Celsius.

2

When milk reaches 98 degrees, remove saucepan from heat and sit in ice bath until temperature of milk drops to 25 degrees

3

Once milk has reached 25 degrees, add salt, add vinegar to milk and stir until milk splits (add more vinegar if milk has not split)

4

Remove milk from ice-bath, cover, and set aside for one hour

5

Once curds have set, place a cheesecloth-lined colander in a large bowl. Pour in the curdled milk and let drain overnight. This will sperate the curds from the whey (the liquid left in the bowl)

Ingredients

 4 cups whole milk
 1 tablespoon of white vinegar
 sea salt to taste

Directions

1

Add milk to a stainless-steel saucepan and, over a low heat while constantly stirring, bring to 98 degrees Celsius.

2

When milk reaches 98 degrees, remove saucepan from heat and sit in ice bath until temperature of milk drops to 25 degrees

3

Once milk has reached 25 degrees, add salt, add vinegar to milk and stir until milk splits (add more vinegar if milk has not split)

4

Remove milk from ice-bath, cover, and set aside for one hour

5

Once curds have set, place a cheesecloth-lined colander in a large bowl. Pour in the curdled milk and let drain overnight. This will sperate the curds from the whey (the liquid left in the bowl)

Home Made Ricotta