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How to Make healthiest cheese spread, low fat cheese, Fresh Cream at Home (3 recipes)

Hey friends, Ravneet Bhalla brings one video with three healthy recipes for you all. you buy fresh cream in tetra packs. now forget that and make homemade fresh cream at home easily. recipe 2 shows you how to make fermented cheese at home that melts and stretches too. it's way healthier than the market junk which has all kinds of preservatives and additives that you don't want your kids to eat. the third recipe is homemade healthy cheese spread with the ingredients from recipe 1 and recipe 2. chalo, let's get started. but before that, if you are crazy for health and healthy lifestyle, then SUBSCRIBE to the channel and support it by pressing the bell icon for notifications. let's connect in Instagram as well.

how to make low fat cheese spread healthiest recipe at home


to begin with, you will need 1 liter or more of pasteruized milk. I have taken full fat milk here. because that gives you a creamier cheese. now pour into a bowl. cover and keep aside overnight in the fridge. since it is winter time, I keep it outside and the recipe works. but in summers, place it inside the fridge. next day, you will see a layer of cream floating on top. this is your fresh cream and it is different from malai because it comes from unboiled/raw pasterurized milk.  refrigerate until use within 2-3 days . after that, it will ferment naturally and become butter.
now chalo ji, let's come to recipe number 2: you always want to make healthy cheese at home. now you have that leftover milk from recipe 1, right? we will make fermented cheese from this milk. if you want to follow my footsteps and let it ferment naturally, keep the milk at room temperature for fermentation. in winters, it will take more than a day to ferment at outside the fridge. but if you don't have time, you can heat the milk and make cheese by constantly stirring it and adding curd or apple cider vinegar for fermentation. when you let milk ferment naturally, you will get a better end result. but the recipe works both ways. continue to cook on medium until you see milk curdling. no, this is not paneer but low fat cheese because we have already removed the fat in the first recipe so that makes your cheese very healthy and rich in protein.
when the milk curdles, you can strain it in a cloth and hang the cheese to separate it from whey. refrigerate until use. 
now the final recipe and the most demanded by all of you - a healthy cheese spread that adds delicious flavor to your bakes and pizzas. 
pair it with homemade pizza sauce that I have shared already and you don't need any other flavor to flavor your savory bakes.
blend the homemade fermented cheese with 2 tbsp of soaked cashews. don't use the soaked water of cashews. then goes in turmeric, black salt, black pepper powder, and water. blend it all together. pour into a vessel. it's time to cook our cheese spread to kill the water. cooking will give it the desirable cheese sauce consistency. cook in a double boiler, which means you don't have to cook the cheese spread directly. but place a bowl full of water on the stove. then put the container with the sauce inside and cook on high. continue to stir until it reaches dosa batter consistency. stir in 1/2 tsp or more of oregano and cook for a minute more.
pour into a sterilized glass when it is still hot. i have shown how to easily sterilize glass in 5 min in another video. check it out.
cover with a lid upon cooling and refrigerate. enjoy as and when you like. the healthiest cheese sauce is delicious. have you seen a healthier cheese recipe? please support the channel by liking, sharing and commenting on the videos. tc n stay blessed


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