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Microwave Yoghurt Share 
"Courtesy of Georges Bancilhon"


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  1. 1 cup sweetened condensed milk
  2. 2 cups water
  3. 1 cup natural yoghurt

(This recipe is very popular

with children)


yoghurt microwave



  1. Mix all ingredients and pour in small cups (yoghurt size).
  2. Cook in microwave on LOW for about 1 minute per cup . Ensure that the microwave is on LOW.
  3. Depending on microwaves, you may have to cook for a longer time. Keep going in increments of 30 seconds until the yoghurt is set.

"I cannot remember who gave me this recipe back in the mid-seventies. I forgot about it until I was in Melbourne last Christmas and was trying to find some things for my little nieces to do as they were bored during the holidays. I guess this recipe originated from Mauritius as no one else here (Australia) seems to know about it".
Georges Bancilhon.

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