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Severin 107890 Yoghurt Maker, White/ Grey

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  • on/off switch with pilot light
  • transparent lid
  • with memory dial
  • Easy to use

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Technical Details
Brand Severin
Model NumberEK0773
ColourGrey
Item Weight1.4 Kg
Product Dimensions23.3 x 22.7 x 11.2 cm
Capacity0.15 litres
Power / Wattage13 watts
Voltage230 volts
MaterialGlass
Special FeaturesTransparent Lid, On-Off Switch
  
Additional Information
ASINB000FMQDW2
Best Sellers Rank 21,421 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.7 Kg
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Date First Available29 Aug. 2007
  
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Product Description

Make delicious yoghurt in your own home with the SEVERIN Yoghurt maker. Preparation is simple: just combine milk with a yoghurt starter culture (available from supermarkets and health food stores), pour into the glass pots, place into the yoghurt maker and switch on. The mixture is gently heated to the perfect temperature to create beautifully creamy yoghurt. The yoghurt will set after 6-12 hours (depending on milk used and desired thickness). The appliance has a handy indicator to remind you how many hours have elapsed.

When ready, chill in the fridge then add your choice of fruits, nuts or jams and enjoy. You can also use Soya or UHT milk. Don’t pay over the odds for shop-bought yoghurt, invest in this handy appliance and prepare delicious yoghurt exactly to your taste. Designed in Germany, this SEVERIN product is guaranteed with a 2 year warranty.

Box Contains

1x Yoghurt Maker 7x Glass jars with lids User Instructions

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Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By margesimpson VINE VOICE on 14 Jun. 2010
this little yoghurt maker is great ,the jars are just the right size per portion there is no milk boiling (room temperature works fine) the first batch i made was done in 4 hours. you can use the easi yo sachets as well and it does much quicker. to be honest a timer wouldnt be appropriate as each batch takes a different amount of time depending on start temperature and conditions and you can easily see when the youghurt is done or just leave over night .The only reason this didnt get 5 stars was the fact it comes with a 2 pin plug and the first thing i had to do was go out and get a shver plug so i could use it.
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37 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Sue Seymour on 3 July 2010
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I had been looking for an electric yoghurt maker to replace the flask and powder one that I had bought some years ago. This machine is a little cracker, it dosent take up much space on the worktop and is simple to use. The Instruction Book that came with it is next to useless but I did buy a Home Dairying Book at the same time so used the yoghurt recipe from this with excellent results. A down side is that there is no timer to the machine but I got round this by using the oven timer which does the job a treat.

I have seen some comments on reviews about getting a thermometer that actually goes down to 30C as the Jam/General kitchen ones start at 50C, my advice on this is to buy a digital probe, make sure it has both C Degrees and F Degrees, these go down to around minus 40C and work as well if not better than the standard ones.

I have also seen comments saying that the Instruction Book does not say when to add fruit etc, it does tell you to add the fruit as soon as the jars come out of the machine at the end of incubation and before you chill them in the fridge although it is only one sentence at the bottom of the limited instructions.

My advice to anyone buying this yoghurt maker is to invest in a good Home Dairying book and follow the yoghurt recipes from this instead of trying to understand the machine book.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Jewellery Box Fife on 23 July 2009
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The Severin Yoghurt Maker does exactly what it says. It's easy to use and the results are fantastic in fact, we make yoghurt every single day. It's so versatile and healthy, we add it to soups, use it instead of cream, add fresh berries, the list is endless. On hindsight the only thing I would have liked as an added extra would be a timer. Apart from that I would highly recommend this product, which has saved our family £s as we don't purchase loads of yoghurt from the shops as we used to. At under £20 you can't go wrong. I would certainly recommend it.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By hells bells on 16 Nov. 2012
Received the product via a courier within 2 days - and it was super saved delivery. The courier even text the day before to confirm. Excellent service.

The product has a English plug and was well packaged and secure.

The recipe book is useless. How can it say "one starter culture" but doesnt say how much? or " takes between 6 -15 hours to make?" really? you cant be more specific?!!

i have made two batches, Both like runny milk, I am persevering however as everyone i know who has one raves about this. ......I will update if / when i make a edible batch!!

UPDATE!!!
have cracked it. use UHT skimmed milk straight from the fridge, with 2 teaspoons of natural yoghurt in each tub. shake well and leave for 9 hours. PERFECT!! not bought a yoghurt since
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Neugette on 15 Jun. 2012
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We've had this yoghurt maker for a year and a half and are using it once a week. It's still as new. The pots are washed in the dishwasher and are spotless. Extremely satisfied with this product!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 27 Aug. 2013
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This is my second one. I bought one before from Amazon, and it got too hot. I got money back, and ordered this (identical, but grey instead of red since red was not in stock).

Tested, and checked: 50 degrees C in 23 degree room. Yoghurt dies at 50 degrees. In summer heat (up too 6 more degrees in the room) the maker will reach 56 degrees and for sure kill the yoghurt.

This is a toy.
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86 of 98 people found the following review helpful By Martin Turner HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 17 Dec. 2008
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We bought this yoghurt maker to replace the bargain one I got from Aldi for about a tenner. There was nothing wrong with the Aldi one, except that two of the jars had broken.

Sadly, this upmarket model is nowhere near as good, and not really fit for purpose.

A yoghurt maker has got to do just three things: keep a constant temperature suitable for yoghurt, keep everything clean, and do it for the right amount of time.

The Severin model is fine on the first two, but it doesn't include an automatic timer. Instead, it has a 'memory' device, in other words a dial, which you can turn to remind you when you put the yoghurt on.

What? You say.

Yes, in the 21st century, the designer decided not to include an electric, mechanical or electronic timer, but to rely on the user to remember to turn it off at the right time.

The daft thing is, the cheap Aldi one does include a timer.

The result: after a couple of tries, my wife has just taken the jars from this one and put them into the Aldi one.
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30 of 34 people found the following review helpful By T. O. Brien on 12 Feb. 2010
I got this yogurt maker thinking that it was going to be difficult and time consuming but was pleasently surprised,its just a case of putting things together and walking away,i would agree that it was foolish of the manufacturer not to put a timer in but i have just put a plug timer in and hey presto! problem solved..I love the fact that i can add any type of fruit,nuts,honey anyting that takes our fancy and i know that it's non-processed and healthy my only problem now is to figure out what i can add in next....!!!!
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