Rinse a thick-bottomed pan with clean water.
Add whole milk in the pan, put it on stovetop and begin to heat the milk on low to medium-low heat.
Stir once or twice so that the milk doesn't get browned or burnt from the bottom.
Let the milk come to a boil. It will froth and bubble when it comes to a boil.
You can even heat milk to a temperature between 85 to 96 degrees C or 185 to 204 degrees F.
Switch off heat. To know more, swipe up!
To check whether the milk has become warm or no, dip your little finger in the milk. You should feel warm and not hot.
You can even use a food thermometer to check the temperature. Warm milk should be between 39 to 44 degrees C or 102 to 111 degrees F.
Add curd starter in the warm milk. To know more, swipe up!
Mix very well using a small wired whisk or spoon.
Pour the milk mixture in a bowl or pan.
You can use terracotta, clay, steel, glass or ceramic bowl for the curd to set.
Cover with a lid and keep at room temperature for 4 to 5 hours or till the curd is set. To know more, swipe up!
You will have nicely well set homemade curd by the next day.
This is how properly set, thick and creamy curd looks. To know more, swipe up!