Soy Milk Recipe

soy milk recipe
In five steps of soaking, heating, straining, boiling, and flavoring, you'll have okara and homemade soy milk to enjoy.

Overview


Total time:  01 M  30 S

Servings: 

Calories: 


Ingredients

  • 3/4 cup dry soybeans soaked overnight and rinsed
  • 4 1/2 cups water

Nutritional Information

  • Serving Size:
  • Fat: 0g
  • Saturated Fat: 0g
  • Cholesterol: mg
  • Sodium: 0mg
  • Carbohydrates: 0g
  • Fiber: 0g
  • Sugar: 0g
  • Protein: 0g

Instructions

  1. Take soaked soybeans and remove soybean hulls by kneading the soybeans in soaking water. Flush the loose hulls off in running water.
  2. Heat the soybeans for a couple of minutes by microwaving or steaming to reduce enzyme activity and reduce the bean flavor.
  3. Add soybeans and water to WildSide+ jar and secure lid. Select "Soups" or blend on a High speed for 90 seconds.
  4. Strain mixture through cheesecloth and fine mesh sieve over large pot.
  5. Bring soy milk to boil and simmer 5-10 minutes.
  6. Add desired flavorings such as honey, maple syrup, vanilla, and a pinch of salt.
  7. Cool and store in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.

Notes: Keep the okara (also called soy pulp) which is packed with protein and filled with fiber, for your next batch of breakfast muffins, okara chocolate cake, or okara seitan.

Nutritional information is not given, but most unsweetened commercial varieties of soy milk contain 80 calories and 4 g. fat per cup serving.



15 comments


  • Beans

    The website link below is in German. There are no recipes. Only product that one can purchase. Does anyone have a link to a site telling you how to make other


  • rawlivefood

    I agree with the flightphysician :) could we finish the sentence ????


  • claudia@harrismink.com

    I make soy/coconut milk with a soymilk maker – fewer steps and you can combine ingredients to your heart’s content. I add a capful of vanilla to cover some of the ‘beany’ taste.
    I dry the okara in the oven for two hours at 200 degrees, then make a yummy granola mix with dried fruits (apricot, date, cranberries) that I chop by pulsing in the Blendtec. It’s important to add some of the dried okara to the blender first otherwise the chopped dried fruit sticks to itself and won’t mix with the dried okara. I add whatever else I want – ground walnuts, toasted sunflower seeds. It will keep in the fridge for a week, otherwise keep in in the freezer, otherwise the okara will start growing stuff, even in the fridge. Very nutricious and low in sugar compared to bought granolas.


  • Tesy

    Please complete the last paragraph. What is next after next?


  • Mr. Shi

    I tried this and got paste instead of soymilk— maybe I didn’t add enough water?


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