You can make this all in one bowl, so it is convenient to use a microwave safe Ziploc seal-able container. Add in the dried okara to the milk and yogurt, and let soak. This time I used blueberry Bulgarian yogurt.
After soaking, mix in the sugar, crack in an egg as well, and mix again.
Add in the flour and baking powder, and mix some more. It should take 2 minutes up to this point!
Cover the mixed bowl lightly with plastic wrap and microwave at 600W for 6 minutes! You will soon have a complete yogurt okara bread! Flipping it upside down to let cool will make it really rich. Place into the fridge and eat it after it has chilled.
I made it with apple yogurt and cinnamon. This is also delicious! It's the top photo. Please try this out with various yogurts. It's also good with plain yogurt and raisins.
Story Behind this Recipe
Using okara that, fills you up, is good for the body, and passes through well. I was trying to come up with something to make for my coworker's wife, and thought this up.
You microwave this in the bowl it was mixed in, so please choose a microwave safe bowl.