How To Make Evaporated Soy Milk

You’d think that with all the love for soy around the globe, there would be an abundance of different ways to enjoy this magical bean. However, unless you live in a predominantly Asian neighborhood, finding soy products can be challenging. But why is it so hard? Most people become apprehensive when they hear the word “evaporated” in reference to food. After all, isn’t evaporating usually synonymous with something going bad? Well, not exactly! Evaporating simply means removing water from a liquid through heat or another process. In this case, we remove the water from soy milk using steam and pressure to create delicious, condensed soy milk – also known as ‘evaporated’ soy milk – which is commonly used in various recipes and drinks because it contains no water. So let’s get started on how you can make evaporated soy milk at home!

What You’ll Need

To make evaporated soy milk, you’ll need soy milk, a pot, a stove, a strainer, and a bowl. If you really want to get fancy, you can also use a thermometer and a pressure cooker.

  • Soy Milk – You can make soy milk at home or buy it in most grocery stores. You can also use any non-dairy milk (like almond milk) instead of soy milk.
  • Pot – You’ll need a pot to boil the soy milk in. A large pot is great for this, but any pot will do.
  • Stove – You’ll need a stove to boil the soy milk in. Of course, you can also use an electric or gas stove instead.
  • Strainer – You’ll need a strainer, colander or sieve to separate the liquid from the soy pulp.
  • Bowl – You’ll need a bowl to hold the condensed soy milk.
  • Thermometer – You can use a thermometer to keep track of the temperature of your soy milk as it boils.
  • Pressure Cooker – If you want to use a pressure cooker, you can make the process much faster.

Why Should You Make Your Own?

There are many reasons why you might want to make your own evaporated soy milk. Here are a few of our favorites:

  • Cost: Making your own soy milk is much more affordable than buying it in the store. You can create large batches at home, which can be used in multiple recipes and drinks.
  • Taste: Homemade soy milk often tastes way better than store-bought. You can use different types of beans to create your own unique flavors.
  • Health: Soy milk that you make yourself is often healthier than the soy milk you find in the store. You can use different types of beans and ingredients to create healthier soy milk.
  • Nutrition: You can use different types of beans to create soy milk with different nutritional values.
  • Convenience: You can make soy milk at home whenever you want, as much as you want. No more running to the store for soy milk!

How To Use Evaporated Soy Milk

There are many different ways that you can use evaporated soy milk. Here are just a few:

  • Use it in baked goods, such as cookies, cakes and more! Soy milk works great in most baked goods and it even adds a little bit of protein to your recipe.
  • Use it in smoothies or milkshakes! Evaporated soy milk gives almost any drink a creamy texture.
  • Use it to make hot drinks like lattes, hot chocolate or tea!
  • Use it in place of regular milk in recipes that call for regular milk, like pancakes and oatmeal!

Conclusion

So why not try making evaporated soy milk at home? It’s easy, affordable and fun to experiment with different types of beans. And, most important, it’s convenient. You can make large batches at a time and use it in a multitude of recipes. It’s also a great option for those following a vegan diet or looking for high-protein snacks and drinks. So why not try making evaporated soy milk at home? It’s easy, affordable and fun to experiment with different types of beans to create your own unique flavors.

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