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How to Make Filmjolk Yogurt Butter – Homestead Recipe Basics

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Many people have recently become familiar with kefir fermented milk beverages that can be used to make probiotic smoothies. However, few people in the United States are familiar with the Swedish Filmjolk yogurt, which can also be fermented at room temperature at home. Filmjolk yogurt is thicker and sweeter than kefir. You can use your fermented filmjolk yogurt to create butter by using a process to separate the whey from the curds. The result is homemade filmjolk butter and buttermilk, which you can use in recipes.

What You Need

Filmjolk yogurt

Blender

Bowl

Spatula

Salt

Herbs and spices (optional)

Storage container

Step 1

Make a batch of filmjolk yogurt by following the How to Make Filmjolk Yogurt directions. Substitute fresh milk for heavy whipping cream or cream when making your yogurt batch. You will be able to make a ½ pound of butter for every 2 cups of filmjolk yogurt you make.

Step 2

Put your yogurt into a blender. Blend the mixture on low speed until it begins to thicken. Continue to mix your yogurt after it thickens until you see the pellets of butter separate from the buttermilk.

Step 3

Drain the buttermilk off of the pellets of butter. Refrigerate the buttermilk for use in recipes. Rinse the butter pellets in ice cold water.

Step 4

Stir the butter in a bowl. Press down on it with a spatula to press out as much of the remaining buttermilk as you can. Continue to drain off any buttermilk you press out of the butter.

Step 5

Mix a pinch of salt into the butter to help keep it from spoiling. You can also add any herbs or spices you’d like to use to add flavor.

Step 6

Remove the butter from the bowl and press it firmly into a storage container. Chill your butter in the refrigerator.

Resources

Sweden: The Official Gateway to Sweden; Swedish culinary classics— recipes with history and originality

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