Want large quantities of home-made curd in a jiffy? The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) will come to your help. The DRDO’s Defence Food Research Laboratory (DFRL) in Mysore has developed a technology to convert up to 10 litres of milk into curd in less than four hours.
The DRDO showcased its technologies including the ‘fresh curd maker’ at the 104th session of the Indian Science Congress here.
The curd maker produces fresh curd of five to 10 litres within four hours even at an external temperature of minus 20 degrees C at any altitude and terrain. It works on power sources like generator, solar power or battery. The easy-to-carry device weighs less than 3 kg.