Leche de soya
Deliciosa alternativa a los lácteos para acompañar cereales o alimentos horneados.
- 1 taza (200 g) de soya deshidratada
- 2 dátiles sin hueso
- 3½ tazas (840 ml) de agua
- Lave la soya deshidratada y remoje durante 4-8 horas.
- Cueza al vapor durante unos 15 minutos.
- Escurra la soya y deje enfriar. Mida 1½ tazas (260 g) de soya cocida.
- Introduzca la soya cocida, los dátiles y el agua en el vaso de la Vitamix en el orden indicado y cierre bien la tapa.
- Seleccione la velocidad 1 o el programa para smoothies.
- Encienda la licuadora e incremente la velocidad hasta llegar a la máxima, o permita que la máquina finalice el ciclo programado.
- Para obtener una leche de soya tipo comercial, cuele con una bolsa de filtrado o un colador de malla fina. Guárdela en un recipiente hermético y refrigere.
Para un sabor más refrescante, agregue 1 trozo de raíz de jengibre fresca de 2.5 cm (1 pulgada) antes de mezclar.
|Tamaño de la porción||1 porción (294 g)|
|Cantidad por porción|
|Grasas saturadas||0.5 g|
|Fibra dietética||3 g|
Soy Milk is rated out of 5 by 13.
Rated 3 out of 5 by BarbieRedSox from I do it differently! Most of the beany taste in soymilk comes from soaking them in cold water. If, instead, you place your beans in boiling water and boil for only one minute, then let sit in the hot water for 1/2 hour, the beans are as if you soaked them overnight. Then I blend them with 3 cups of water, strain through a nut bag (you will get okara this way), then cook the soy milk for about 10 minutes. I add additional water after cooking because I like a less intense milk. I'm using one of the old Vitamixes, I've had it over 10 years, and I hope it lasts forever because it does such an awesome job and my friends are jealous!
Date published: 2018-02-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by fantasticmrme from Great! I didn't use the recipe exactly. But I give it high ratings for the part about steaming the soybeans after soaking. I hadn't seen that anywhere before, and I always struggled with either a foam explosion from using boiling water and the soup setting to make it, or a foam explosion on the stove from cooking milk made with just soaked soybeans. This circumvented any foam explosion at all and was even easier! But as for a recipe, I used 3/4 cup soaked-steamed soybeans, cold water (with soybeans) up to the 4 cup mark, a good pinch of salt, and a good scoop of stevia extract and blended on the smoothie setting. Perfecto!
Date published: 2019-01-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by mkvlam from Love it! I substituted the sugar with rock cane sugar. Made it and was super tasty. I just used the smoothie setting on the machine instead of just following the instructions in the recipe and it worked fine. I didn't strain it (but in Asia - that's how we typically drink it so I'm used to it) and it was just as yummy!
Date published: 2017-06-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by nnn111 from homemade soy milk with vitamin I used 1/2 cup dry bean, soaked overnight and boiling in 10 mins in median fire. I put the cooked beans in the machine and added warm water to 1.5L. It was perfect fine. Taste good. You do not have filter it in the end.
Date published: 2017-09-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by INTJBill from Inspired Action I used the recipe and enhanced: (1) 4 Cups of soybeans in a crockpot for 8 hours on low; refrigerate; (2) 2 cups of cold water; (3) 6.8 oz by weight of cooked soybeans; (4) 1 tsp ground cinnamon; (5) 3 tbsp of ground flaxseed; (6) 0.8 oz of raw sunflower seed; (7) 4 ice cubes; (8) Fire it up and run for 45 seconds; (9) Drink; and party like it's 1999.
Date published: 2018-05-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by Janavi from Some changes I used 7 cups of water for 1 cup dry soy beans. 1 cup dry soy beans yields 2and a half cup after being soaked for 12 hours. I removed the outer translucent skin from soaked Soy beans to get rid of the paint smell as much as possible. Then I steamed the beans in microwave steamer for 4 minutes.Allowed it to cool down . Blended it with 7 cups of wTer at speed 7 for 1 minute in my Vitamix so that the okara is not too fine to be filtered. Then I used very dense of mesh count 350 nut milk bag to strain. The milk came out very thick with out sediments and also hot lot of okara.The milk was so tasty and nutty instead of beany. The trick is to steam it for not more than 4 minutes to get a nutty taste instead of beany taste. This steamed bean tasted al,ost like soaked almonds.Last time I steamed it in instant pot for 15 minutes. The taste was so beany.
Date published: 2018-02-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by liew from needs some tweaking I love the blender...but for soy milk running it the speed at 10 seems too fast and the blend is too fine to be filtered in the cheese cloth , I'll try speed 7 and modify my way.
Date published: 2016-07-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by LElaine from Delicious Soy Milk Better than store bought. I had to strain through cheese cloth as it did not work with the bag that came with my machine. This is also much cheaper than store bought. I steamed more soy beans than I needed and put them in portions in the freezer and have used up 3 of my portions in the past week.
Date published: 2016-04-06