Delicious boiled milk
April 25, 2014 9:27 AM Subscribe
I was making yogurt, but forgot that I was doing it. Instead of heating the milk to 180, I heated it to boiling. And then...left it there for a while. I have almost a gallon of freshly boiled milk, and can't stand to throw it away. What on earth can I do with it?
I'm a relatively proficient cook, and have a fairly well-stocked pantry. I don't often use milk for things because I'm lactose intolerant, but partner and child are happy to eat all the dairy products for me, and I'd rather end up with something that *someone* will eat, anyhow. I'm open to whatever--if you've successfully made ricotta with milk heated to 212 instead of 200, or if there's something I can add to make yogurt work, or if, I don't know, you have some amazing soup recipe that starts with bringing a gallon of milk to a boil.
Other dietary restrictions: no nuts, no seafood, no pineapple.