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HD9142
HD9141
User manual
1
4222.005.0326.1
English
Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Philips! To fully benefit
from the support that Philips offers, register your product at
www.philips.com/welcome.
General description (Fig. 1)
1 Lid handle
2Lid
3 Steam vents
4Sieve
5 Regular bowl
6Basket
7 Drip tray
8 Water inlet
9 Base with water tank
10 Timer buttons
11 Refill light
12 On/stop button with light ring
13 Yoghurt single serving preset button
14 Yoghurt family size preset button
15 Thick yoghurt family size preset button
16 Fresh cheese preset button
17 Milk dessert preset button
18 Steam preset button
19 Descaling light
20 Glass cups
21 Duo bowl (HD9142 only)
Important
Read this user manual carefully before you use the
appliance and save it for future reference.
Danger
-- Never immerse the base in water or rinse it under
the tap.
Warning
-- Check if the voltage indicated on the appliance
corresponds to the local mains voltage before you
connect the appliance.
-- Only connect the appliance to an earthed wall socket.
Always make sure the plug is inserted firmly into the
socket.
-- Do not use the appliance if the plug, the mains cord
or the appliance itself is damaged.
-- If the mains cord is damaged, you must have it replaced
by Philips, a service centre authorised by Philips or
similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
-- This appliance can be used by children aged from
8 years and above if they have been given supervision
or instruction concerning use of the appliance in
a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by
children unless they are older than 8 and supervised.
Keep the appliance and its cord out of reach of
children aged less than 8 years.
-- Children shall not play with the appliance.
-- Keep the mains cord out of the reach of children.
Do not let the mains cord hang over the edge of the
table or worktop on which the appliance stands.
-- Never use raw milk. Always boil fresh raw milk and let
it cool down to room temperature before use.
-- Never use the yoghurt maker without the drip tray,
otherwise hot water splashes out of the appliance.
-- Only use the basket and bowls in combination with
the original base.
-- Keep the mains cord away from hot surfaces.
Caution
-- Never use any accessories or parts from other
manufacturers or that Philips does not specifically
recommend. If you use such accessories or parts, your
guarantee becomes invalid.
-- Do not expose the base of the appliance to high temperatures, hot gas, steam or damp heat from other sources
than the yoghurt maker itself. Do not place the yoghurt
maker on or near an operating or still hot stove or cooker.
-- Always make sure the appliance is off before you
unplug it.
-- Always unplug the appliance and let it cool down
before you clean it.
-- This appliance is intended for normal household
use only. It is not intended for use in environments
such as staff kitchens of shops, offices, farms or other
work environments. Nor is it intended to be used by
clients in hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts and other
residential environments.
-- If the appliance is used improperly or for professional
or semi-professional purposes or if it is not used
according to the instructions in the user manual, the
guarantee becomes invalid and Philips refuses any
liability for damage caused.
-- The basket, lid, glass cups and bowls are only intended
for preparing yoghurt, fresh cheese and desserts in
the yoghurt maker or steaming other ingredients. Do
no put them in the deep freezer and do not use them
in the microwave or oven.
-- Place the yoghurt maker on a stable, horizontal and
level surface and make sure there is at least 10cm free
space around it to prevent overheating.
-- Beware of the hot steam that comes out of the
yoghurt maker while it is operating or when you
remove the lid. When you check the food, always use
kitchen utensils with long handles.
-- Always remove the lid carefully and away from you.
Let condensation drip off the lid into the yoghurt
maker to avoid scalding.
-- Always hold the basket, regular bowl, duo bowl
(HD9142 only) or sieve by the handles when the
food is hot.
-- Do not move the yoghurt maker or reach over it
while it is operating.
-- Do not touch the hot surfaces of the appliance.
Always use oven mitts when you handle hot parts of
the appliance.
-- Do not place the appliance near or
underneath objects that would be damaged by steam,
such as walls and cupboards.
-- Do not operate the appliance in the presence of
explosive and/or flammable fumes.
-- Never connect the appliance to a timer switch or remote
control system in order to avoid a hazardous situation.
-- There is a small sieve inside the water tank. If the
sieve becomes detached, keep it out of the reach of
children to prevent them from swallowing it.
-- Always use the appliance at room temperature
for the best results. The ideal usage temperature is
between 20°C and 25°C.
-- Always make sure that the ingredients are at room
temperature for the best results.
-- Be careful when you remove the glass cups from the
yoghurt maker after yoghurt preparation, the glass cups
may be slippery due to condensation. Dry the outside
of the glass cups before you put them in the fridge.
Standby mode
The appliance goes into standby mode if you do not press a preset button
within 2 minutes after plugging in the appliance. The appliance also goes into
standby mode after the set program time has elapsed.
Boil-dry protection
This yoghurt maker is equipped with boil-dry protection. The boil-dry
protection automatically switches off the appliance if it is switched on when
there is no water in the water tank or if the water runs out during use. Let
the yoghurt maker cool down for 10 minutes before you use it again.
Electromagnetic fields (EMF)
This Philips appliance complies with all applicable standards and regulations
regarding exposure to electromagnetic fields.
Before first use
1Thoroughly clean the parts that come into contact with food before
you use the appliance for the first time (see chapter ‘Cleaning’).
2Wipe the inside of the water tank with a damp cloth.
Preparing for use
Choice of ingredients for making yoghurt
Milk
All recipes are based on using cow’s milk. You can also use sheep’s or goat’s
milk and even vegetable milk such as soy milk, but the firmness of the
yoghurt may vary depending on the type of milk used. The fat content of
the milk influences the flavour, texture and nutritional value of the yoghurt.
The use of whole milk gives a thicker and creamier yoghurt than when you
use semi-skimmed milk. This Philips yoghurt maker preheats the milk to
ensure even firmer yoghurt.
The following milk types are suitable for use in the yoghurt maker:
-- Pasteurised milk
This results in creamy yoghurt and produces a small bit of skin on top.
-- Long-life sterilised milk or UHT whole milk
This results in firmer yoghurts.  ​
-- Raw milk(farm milk)
This needs to be boiled first. Let it boil for a long time to kill any harmful
bacteria so it is safe to use for preparing yoghurt. Let it cool down to room
temperature before you use it in the appliance. 
-- Powdered milk 
This results in very creamy yoghurts. Follow the usage instructions on the
package of the powdered milk.
Always make sure your ingredients are at room temperature before you put
them in the appliance
Enzymes
All recipes are based on using shop-bought (commercial) plain yoghurt to
ferment the milk.
You can also use:
-- Yoghurt from your last production cycle. In this case, make sure you
only repeat this process 6 consecutive times. The amount of active
enzymes in the yoghurt decreases and this results in less thick yoghurt.
After 6 times, you need to use shop-bought yoghurt.
-- A dry or freeze-dried enzyme. Follow the usage instructions on the
package of the enzyme.
After 12 hours in the fridge, the yoghurt is optimal for consumption.
The yoghurt can be kept in the fridge for 1 week.
Filling the water tank
Fill the water tank before first use and as soon as the refill light flashes.
1Put the appliance on a stable, horizontal and level surface.
2Pull out the mains cord from the cord storage facility.
5Put the basket on the drip tray (Fig. 4).
Using the appliance
-- The yoghurt maker has 6 programs: (Fig. 5)
1 Yoghurt single serving
2 Yoghurt family size
3 Thick yoghurt family size
4 Fresh cheese
5 Milk dessert
6Steaming
See the separate sections below for more information on how to use these
programs.
General procedure
The following steps are general steps that apply to all six programs.
1Put the plug in the wall socket.
,, The appliance beeps.
,, The light ring around the on/stop button lights up and the display
shows ‘00’ (Fig. 6).
2Choose one of the six programs and follow the required steps (see
the sections for the different programs below).
,, The program starts directly after you press the preset button.
Notes:
-- You cannot use more than one program at the same time.
-- If you do not press a preset button, the appliance goes into the standby
mode after 2 minutes. If this happens, press the on/stop button to
activate the appliance again.
-- Within the first 3 minutes of the selected program, you can switch to
another program by pressing the on/stop button. Then press the preset
button of the other program.
-- After 3 minutes you cannot switch to another program anymore.
The milk has already heated up, so you need to let the appliance and
the ingredients cool down first before you can start another yoghurt
making program.
-- If you want to pause the program, press the activated preset button
once during the program. To continue the program, press the activated
preset button again.
-- If you want to stop the program, press the on/stop button.
3When the program has finished, the appliance beeps and after one
minute it automatically switches to standby mode.
4After use, carefully remove the lid.
Beware of hot steam that comes out of the appliance when you remove
the lid, especially when you use the fresh cheese, milk dessert and steam
program.
Note:To prevent burns, wear oven mitts when you remove the lid. Remove the
lid slowly and away from you.
Note: Use a kitchen utensil with long handles to remove the food from the basket.
5Remove the plug from the wall socket and let the yogurt maker cool
down completely before you remove the drip tray.
6Empty the water tank after each use by tilting the base backwards and
pouring the water from the back of the base (Fig. 7).
Be careful when you remove the drip tray and empty the water tank,
because the water in both of them may still be hot, even if the other
parts of the appliance have cooled down already.
Note: If the water runs out during a program, the refill light goes on to indicate
that you need to refill the water tank (Fig. 8).
Yoghurt single serving
1Prepare the required ingredients and make sure that they are at room
temperature.
2Fill 2/3 of the cups with milk. Leave room for one tablespoon of
yoghurt (Fig. 9).
3Fill the water tank with water up to the MAX indication.  (Fig. 2)
,, When the water tank is filled up to the MAX indication, the appliance
can operate for approx. 16 hours when you use the yoghurt preset
buttons and it can produce steam for approx. 1 hour when you use
the fresh cheese, milk dessert or the steam preset button.
Note: If you want to prepare less than 6 cups of yoghurt, fill the remaining cups
with water.
Do not fill the water tank beyond the MAX indication.
4Place the lid on the basket (Fig. 11).
Only fill the water tank with water. Never put other substances in the
water tank.
5Press the yoghurt single serving preset button to start the
4Place the drip tray on the water tank in the base (Fig. 3).
Note: Never use the appliance without the drip tray.
3Place the filled cups (without lids) in the basket (Fig. 10).
program (Fig. 12).
,, The default preparation time of 8 hours appears on the display.
Note: If you want to adjust the preparation time, press the timer + and buttons.You can adjust the yoghurt single serving program from 6 to up to
10 hours (Fig. 13).
,, To make even thicker and tastier yoghurt, the appliance heats up the
milk to 80°C at the start of the process.
,, After the heating-up phase, which takes approx. 18 minutes, the
appliance repeatedly beeps 5 times every minute to indicate that you
have to remove the lid.
Beware of the hot steam that comes out of the yoghurt maker when you
remove the lid.
6Remove the lid to let the milk cool down faster. Make sure you
remove the lid horizontally to prevent condensation from dripping
into the yoghurt.
7Press the yoghurt single serving preset button again to continue the
process.
Note: If you do not press the yoghurt single serving preset button, the appliance
continues to beep.
,, When the milk has cooled down and has reached a temperature of
approx. 45°C after approx. 40 minutes, the appliance repeatedly beeps
5 times again.
8Add one tablespoon of yoghurt to each cup that contains milk.
Then stir with a clean spoon.
9Put the lid back onto the basket and press the yoghurt single serving
11Carefully take the bowl out of the basket.
Be careful, the outside of the regular bowl may be slippery due to
condensation. Dry the outside of the bowl.
12Leave the lid on the bowl or cover the bowl with foil.
13Store the closed bowl with yoghurt in the fridge for at least 4 hours.
Note:The yoghurt will reach its optimal thickness after 12 hours in the fridge.
Note: Natural yoghurt can be kept in the fridge for up to 7 days.
Thick yoghurt family size
1Prepare the required ingredients and make sure that they are at room
temperature.
2Place the regular bowl in the basket (Fig. 14).
3Place the sieve in the bowl (Fig. 18).
4Pour the milk into the sieve (Fig. 19).
Do not touch the sieve with sharp utensils to avoid damage.
5Place the lid on the sieve (Fig. 20).
6Press the thick yoghurt family size preset button to start the
program (Fig. 21).
,, The default preparation time of 14 hours appears on the display.
Be careful, the glass cups may be slippery due to condensation. Dry the
outside of the cups.
Note: If you want to adjust the preparation time, press the timer + and buttons.You can adjust the thick yoghurt family size program from 12 to up to
16 hours (Fig. 13).
,, To make even thicker and tastier yoghurt, the appliance heats up the
milk to 80°C at the start of the process.
,, After the heating-up phase, which takes approx. 33 minutes, the
appliance repeatedly beeps 5 times every minute to indicate that you
have to remove the lid.
12Place the lids on the cups.
7Remove the lid to let the milk cool down faster. Make sure you
button again for the program to continue.
10When the set time has elapsed, the appliance beeps and after
1 minute the appliance goes into standby mode.
11Remove the lid and carefully take the glass cups out of the basket.
13Store the closed cups with yoghurt in the fridge for at least 4 hours.
Note:The yoghurt will reach its optimal thickness after 12 hours in the fridge.
Note: Natural yoghurt can be kept in the fridge for up to 7 days.
Yoghurt family size
1Prepare the required ingredients and make sure that they are at room
temperature.
2Place the regular bowl in the basket (Fig. 14).
3Pour the milk into the bowl (Fig. 15).
4Place the lid on the bowl (Fig. 16).
5Press the yoghurt family size preset button to start the
program (Fig. 17).
,, The default preparation time of 8 hours appears on the display.
Note: If you want to adjust the preparation time, press the timer + and buttons.You can adjust the yoghurt family size program from 6 to up to
10 hours (Fig. 13).
,, To make even thicker and tastier yoghurt, the appliance heats up the
milk to 80°Cat the start of the process.
,, After the heating-up phase, which takes approx. 33 minutes, the
appliance repeatedly beeps 5 times every minute to indicate that you
have to remove the lid.
remove the lid horizontally to prevent condensation from dripping
into the yoghurt.
Beware of the hot steam that comes out of the yoghurt maker when you
remove the lid.
8Press the thick yoghurt family size preset button again to continue
the process.
Note: If you do not press the thick yoghurt family size preset button, the
appliance continues to beep.
,, When the milk has cooled down and has reached a temperature of
approx. 45°C after approx. 60 minutes, the appliance repeatedly beeps
5 times again.
9Pour the yoghurt into the sieve and stir with a clean spoon.
10Put the lid back onto the sieve and press the thick yoghurt family size
preset button again for the program to continue.
11When the set time has elapsed, the appliance beeps and after
1 minute the appliance goes into standby mode.
12Remove the lid horizontally.
13Lift and turn the sieve 180 degrees clockwise to put it in drainage
position (Fig. 22).
14Put the sieve back into the bowl and leave the yoghurt to drain for
2 hours.
6Remove the lid to let the milk cool down faster. Make sure you
Note:The longer you leave the yoghurt to drain, the thicker the yoghurt becomes.
Beware of the hot steam that comes out of the yoghurt maker when you
remove the lid.
Note: If there is excessive whey in the bowl, remove the bowl with sieve from
the basket and place the sieve in the empty basket.Then empty the bowl, place
the sieve back in the bowl and place the bowl back in the basket to continue
draining the yoghurt.
remove the lid horizontally to prevent condensation from dripping
into the yoghurt.
7Press the yoghurt family size preset button again to continue the
Tip:You can also leave the yoghurt to drain in the fridge. Put the bowl with the
sieve in drainage position in the fridge.
Note: If you do not press the yoghurt family size preset button, the appliance
continues to beep.
,, When the milk has cooled down and has reached a temperature of
approx. 45°C after approx. 60 minutes, the appliance repeatedly beeps
5 times again.
15Remove the thick yoghurt from the sieve and put it in the bowl.
process.
8Pour the yoghurt into the bowl and stir it with a clean spoon.
9Put the lid back onto the bowl and press the yoghurt family size
preset button again for the program to continue.
10When the set time has elapsed, the appliance beeps and after
1 minute the appliance goes into standby mode.
16Place the lid on the bowl or cover the bowl with foil.
17Store the closed bowl with yoghurt in the fridge for at least 4 hours.
Note:The yoghurt will reach its optimal thickness after 12 hours in the fridge.
Note: Natural yoghurt can be kept in the fridge for up to 7 days.
Fresh cheese
1Prepare the required ingredients and make sure that they are at room
temperature.
2Place the regular bowl in the basket (Fig. 14).
3Place the sieve in the bowl (Fig. 18).
4Pour the milk into the sieve (Fig. 19).
5Place the lid on the basket (Fig. 20).
6Press the fresh cheese preset button to start the program (Fig. 23).
,, The preparation time of 33 minutes appears on the display.
,, The appliance heats up the milk to 80°C.
7When the set time has elapsed, the appliance beeps and after
1 minute the appliance goes into standby mode.
8Carefully remove the lid and let condensation drip into the basket.
Beware of the hot steam that comes out of the yoghurt maker when you
remove the lid.
9Pour buttermilk and lemon juice into the bowl and stir.
,, The milk starts curdling now. This process takes approx. 10 minutes.
10After curdling, drain the curdled cheese by putting the sieve in
drainage position.
Note: If there is excessive whey in the bowl, remove the bowl with sieve from
the basket and place the sieve in the empty basket.Then empty the bowl, place
the sieve back in the bowl and place the bowl back in the basket to continue
draining the yoghurt.
11After draining, put the fresh cheese in a bowl.
12Place the lid on the bowl or cover the bowl with foil.
13Store the closed bowl with fresh cheese in the fridge until you serve it.
Note: Fresh cheese can be kept in the fridge for up to 7 days.
Milk desserts
1Prepare the required ingredients and make sure that they are at room
temperature.
2If necessary, cook all ingredients and/or blend them with a whisk or
hand blender.
3Fill the cups with the blended ingredients (Fig. 24).
4Place the filled cups in the basket (Fig. 25).
5Place the lid on the basket (Fig. 11).
6Press the milk dessert preset button to start the program (Fig. 26).
,, The preparation time of 25 minutes appears on the display.
Note: If you want to adjust the preparation time, press the timer + and buttons.You can adjust the milk dessert program from 1 to up to
60 minutes (Fig. 13).
,, The appliance heats up the ingredients to 100°C.
7When the set time has elapsed, the appliance beeps and after
1 minute the appliance goes into standby mode.
8Carefully remove the lid and let condensation drip into the basket.
Then carefully take the glass cups out of the basket.
1Cut the vegetables into similar sized pieces.
Tip: Frozen vegetables are ideal for steaming.
2Put the ingredients in the basket, the regular bowl or in the duo bowl
(HD9142 only).
3If you have filled the bowl, place it in the basket (Fig. 27).
4Place the lid on the basket (Fig. 28).
5Press the steam preset button to start the program (Fig. 29).
,, The default steaming time of 30 minutes appears on the display.
Note: If you want to adjust the steaming time, press the timer + and - buttons.
You can adjust the steaming time from 1 to up to 60 minutes (Fig. 13).
Note: If you want to steam foods that require different steaming times, put the
food that requires the longest steaming time in the steaming basket and start
steaming.When the remaining steaming time on the display equals the shorter
steaming time, put the food that requires this shorter steaming time in the
regular or duo bowl (HD9142 only) and place the bowl in the steaming basket.
Put the lid on the bowl and continue steaming until the set time has elapsed.
,, The appliance heats up the milk to 100°C.
6When the set time has elapsed, the appliance beeps and after
1 minute the appliance goes into standby mode.
7Carefully remove the lid horizontally to prevent condensation from
dripping onto the vegetables.
Beware of the hot steam that comes out of the yoghurt maker when you
remove the lid.
Cleaning and maintenance
Never use scouring pads, abrasive cleaning agents or aggressive liquids
such as petrol or acetone to clean the appliance.
1Remove the plug from the wall socket and let the appliance cool
down.
2Clean the outside of the base with a moist cloth.
Never immerse the base in water, nor rinse it under the tap.
Do not clean the base in the dishwasher.
3Clean the water tank with a cloth soaked in warm water with some
washing-up liquid. Raise the small sieve in the bottom of the water
tank to clean it. Then wipe the water tank with a clean moist cloth.
If the sieve in the water tank becomes detached, keep it out of the reach
of children to prevent them from swallowing it.
4 Clean the bowls, the basket, the lid, the glass cups and the lids of the
glass cups by hand in warm water with some washing-up liquid.You
can also clean them in the dishwasher, using a short cycle and a low
temperature. 
Repeated cleaning of the bowls and the lid in a dishwasher may result in a
slight dulling of these parts.
Descaling
Every 120 hours, the descaling light reminds you that you have to descale
the appliance. The descaling light flashes during a program (or part of a
program). The appliance assumes that you will descale it after the program
has ended and will not repeat the descale reminder again until another
120 hours have passed.
Descale the appliance regularly for optimum quality yoghurt and to extend
the lifetime of the appliance.
Beware of the hot steam that comes out of the yoghurt maker when you
remove the lid.
1Fill the water tank with white vinegar (8% acetic acid) up to the
Be careful, the glass cups may be slippery due to condensation. Dry the
outside of the cups.
Do not use any other kind of descaler.
9Place the lids on the cups and let the milk desserts cool down in the
fridge before serving.
Note: Milk desserts can be kept in the fridge for up to 5 days.
Steaming program
You can steam any of your favourite vegetables in the yoghurt maker with
the steam preset button.
HD9142 only: You can use the duo bowl to prepare several ingredients at
the same time. When you insert the duo bowl in the basket, there is room
under the duo bowl for ingredients that do not take up a lot of space, such
as peas.
Note for HD9142 only: Never use the duo bowl without the basket.The duo
bowl does not fit properly on the base and the steam would not be guided
through your food properly.
maximum level.  (Fig. 30)
2Put the drip tray and the basket on the base properly (Fig. 31).
3Put the lid on top of the basket (Fig. 32).
4Put the plug in the wall socket.
5Press the steam preset button and the + or - button to let the
appliance operate for 25 minutes (Fig. 33).
If the vinegar starts to boil over the edge of the base, unplug the
appliance and reduce the amount of vinegar.
6After 25 minutes, unplug the appliance and let the vinegar cool down
completely. Then empty the water tank.
7Rinse the water tank with cold water several times.  Note: Repeat the procedure if there is still some scale in the water tank.
Storage
1Make sure all parts are clean and dry before you store the appliance
(see chapter ‘Cleaning’).
2Place the basket on the drip tray (Fig. 34).
3Place the regular bowl in the basket (Fig. 35).
Note: HD9142 only:The duo bowl has to be stored separately.
4Place the sieve in the bowl (Fig. 18).
5Place the lid on the sieve (Fig. 20).
Food table and tips 
-- For recipes, please see the recipe booklet or visit our website
www.philips.com/kitchen.
-- All recipes are based on using cow’s milk, except for the steaming recipes.
-- All yoghurt recipes are based on using shop-bought, plain yoghurt to
ferment the milk.
-- The preparation times mentioned in the table below are only an
indication. The preparation times may vary depending on the size of the
food pieces, the freshness of the food and your personal preference.
Food preparation table
6To store the mains cord, push it into the cord storage compartment
Preset program
Standard ingredients
Default preparation
time
Guarantee and support
If you need information or support, please visit www.philips.com/
support or read the separate worldwide guarantee leaflet.
Yoghurt single
serving
1l milk
8 hours
in the base.
Environment
-- Do not throw away the appliance with the normal household waste
at the end of its life, but hand it in at an official collection point for
recycling. By doing this, you help to preserve the environment (Fig. 36).
Troubleshooting
This chapter summarises the most common problems you could encounter
with the appliance. If you are unable to solve the problem with the
information below, visit www.philips.com/support for a list of frequently
asked questions or contact the Consumer Care Centre in your country.
Problem
Cause
The yoghurt
The yoghurt maker is not
maker does not plugged in.
work.
There is no water in the
water tank.
Solution
Put the plug in the wall
socket.
Fill the water tank.
You have not yet pressed Press one of the preset
one of the preset buttons button to select a program.
to select a program.
The yoghurt is
too thick.
You have set a too long
preparation time.
Select a shorter
preparation time.
The yoghurt is
too thin.
You have set a too short
preparation time.
Select a longer preparation
time.
You have used yoghurt
from your last batch
more than 6 successive
times.
Use shop-bought yoghurt.
Scale has built up in the
yoghurt maker.
Regularly descale the
yoghurt maker for optimal
results (see chapter
‘Cleaning and maintenance’,
section ‘Descaling’).
The yoghurt is
too sour.
You have set a too long
preparation time.
Select a shorter
preparation time.
The yoghurt
maker did not
make yoghurt
or the end
results are not
as good as
expected.
You forgot to add
yoghurt or dry enzymes.
Add yoghurt or dry
enzyme (see chapter
‘Preparing for use’).
You did not place all six
glass cups in the basket
when making single
servings.
If you want to prepare less
than 6 cups of yoghurt, fill
the remaining cups with
water and place them in
the basket.
100ml (6 tbsp) yoghurt or
yoghurt culture
Yoghurt family size
2l milk
8 hours
200ml (12 tbsp) yoghurt or
yoghurt culture
Thick yoghurt family
size
1.5l milk
14 hours
150ml (9 tbsp) yoghurt or
yoghurt culture
Fresh cheese
1.5l milk
33 minutes
375ml butter milk
3 tsp lemon juice
Milk dessert
see the recipe booklet
25 minutes
Steam
see the recipe booklet
30 minutes
Note: If you want to make less yoghurt than indicated in the table, you can adjust
the amount of ingredients. Never add less than 1 litre of milk for optimal results.
Food steaming table
Food to be steamed
Amount
Steaming time (min)
Aspargus
400g
13-15
Broccoli
400g
16-18
Cauliflower
400g
16-18
Chicken fillet
250g
30-35
Fish fillet
250g
10-12
Soup
250ml
12-18
Eggs
6-8
15
Note:You can adjust the steaming time to the amount of food to be steamed
and your personal preference.
Tips
-- Yoghurt single serving: Leave gaps between the glass cups for optimal
yoghurt preparation.
-- Gently stir when you add the ingredients to the milk.
-- Fresh cheese program: The amount of lemon juice you need, to start
the milk to curdle, depends on the type of milk you use.
-- Fresh cheese program: If the fresh cheese is still too moist, put it in a
clean table cloth and squeeze out excessive whey.
-- Place eggs on the egg holders to steam them conveniently (Fig. 37).
-- Do not thaw frozen vegetables before you steam them.
-- Steaming program: If you use the regular bowl or duo bowl (HD9142
only), condensation drips from the duo bowl into the steaming bowl.
Make sure the flavours of the food in the duo bowl and the steaming
basket go well together.