BeveragesMilk ShakesSoya Milk by RahulRajan February 24, 2010 written by RahulRajan February 24, 2010 Soya milk made from soya chunks Print Recipe Votes: 1 Rating: 4 You: Rate this recipe! Cuisine Chinese Prep Time 20 minutes Servings people MetricUS Imperial IngredientsSoya chunks - 300 gVanilla Pod/Pandan leaf - 2 nosWater(As reqd) -Sugar/Rock sugar(As reqd) - Cuisine Chinese Prep Time 20 minutes Servings people MetricUS Imperial IngredientsSoya chunks - 300 gVanilla Pod/Pandan leaf - 2 nosWater(As reqd) -Sugar/Rock sugar(As reqd) - Votes: 1 Rating: 4 You: Rate this recipe! Instructions Soak soya chunks in sufficient water for a day. Change water and refresh with clean water next day to dispel the smell. Remove and drain the soya. Use your finger to remove the outer skin. Fill a blender, with just a handful of soya and add enough water to the level of soya. Blend or pulse it till it is milky. Strain into a jug. :-repeat the same with the remaining soya. Take a pan and simmer the soya milk with rock sugar and vanilla pods. If using pandan leaf, knot it up. :- simmer the soy milk in a similar way as you would do for milk. Remove the scum that forms on top of soya milk. Strain into a vessel. Cool and enjoy the drink. For lasting purpose, you can refrigerate. Tips:- 1)Soy milk is rich in isoflavones and reduces cholesterol. The long green leaves of pandan plant are very fragrant and aromatic. It can be used as a substitute for vanilla pods. Share this Recipe BeveragesChineseEasyThanksGiving 1 comment 0FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail RahulRajanRelated Posts Homemade Grape Wine Mango Shake Sharjah Milk Shake Kerala Falooda Masala ChaiWhite Wine1 comment Niharika April 1, 2011 - 11:58 pmWow…thanx Rahul for sharing this wonderful recipe. Never knew making soya milk was so easy, usually got it from the stores. But from now on, its totally home made! Reply Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyRemember my details in this browser for the next time to post comment.