Post by barefootfarmer on Apr 10, 2020 0:39:17 GMT -5
Thanks to the recipe from spiritedrose, I just made a perfect batch of mozzarella for the first time ever. It fell in to place easy peasy. I sure hope I can duplicate it! Wish I had thought ahead to how I wanted to shape it. I just rolled it up in a gallon zip bag to get a log shape. Totally soft and yummy! Thank you!
Post by westxgrl13 on Apr 10, 2020 10:25:47 GMT -5
Oh, my word! I want to reach through my computer screen, grab, and gobble!!! Nice job!!!
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Post by barefootfarmer on Apr 11, 2020 10:10:35 GMT -5
treatlisa It was my first time and I've tried on and off for ten, twelve years? I'm hoping to make it again tonight. Have you tried that recipe from @spiritedrose (is that her name on here?) It was surprisingly easy. Instead of citric acid, I used "antioxidant" from one of the restaurant supply stores. I followed everything else exactly. My curd started to mat right away and at first I thought, uh-oh- now it goes down hill. I set a timer for every step so I would stay on track. Especially at the stretching stage. She said not to stretch more than 10 min max. Mine was probably done right around 5 min, but that was too fun and I had to stretch a bit longer, haha! Give it a try!
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