Authentic Ube Halaya Jam Recipe

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Ube Halaya has been a staple for Filipino family celebrations. And there's no reason not to have this because we now have an LC-fied version. Try this out no

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Instructions. Pour coconut milk in a cooking pot. Let boil. Stir and add the condensed milk. Once the mixture starts to boil, add the grated purple yam and ube flavoring. Continue to cook in medium heat while continuously stirring for 30 minutes. Add butter. Stir. Cook until the mixture reaches desired thickness.

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Shop Recipe Powered by Instructions Melt the butter in a wide, deep pan over medium heat. Add the purple yam and coconut milk. Bring it to a boil …

1. Melt the butter in a wide, deep pan over medium heat. Add the purple yam and coconut milk. Bring it to a boil while stirring occasionally. Let it cook for 15 minutes.
2. Transfer the cooked yam mixture to a blender or use an immersion blender to turn it into a fine puree.
3. Return the yam mixture back to the pan and add the remaining ingredients. Turn heat to medium-low and let it simmer while stirring regularly, for another 20-30 minutes or until it becomes very thick and heavy and pulls away from the side of the pan when stirring.
4. Grease 2 -3 llanera generously with butter. Divide the Ube Halaya into the llanera and let it cool down to room temperature. Cover with plastic wrap and place in the fridge for at least 2 hours or until cold.

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Ube halaya is a popular Filipino jam that’s made with ube (purple yam). It’s a creamy, sweet and delicious dessert, and it’s not hard to see why it’s so …

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Here’s how you make it (and don’t forget to get the full recipe with measurements, on the page down below): Prep the ube by washing them. …

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1. Wash the ube but leave the skins on. Steam or boil them whole until tender in the middle, roughly 30-40 minutes depending on size.
2. Once cooked through, let them cool down before peeling off the skin. Roughly chop into cubes and set aside. Note: Once cooked, ube can be stored in the freezer in an airtight container for months. You can get the ube ready in advance of making your jam.
3. In a heavy bottom, large pot, add the cooked ube, evaporated milk, coconut milk, condensed mil and sugar.
4. With an immersion blender, blend the mixture to make the ube as smooth and silky as possible. (You can also do this in a liquidizer, food processor or using a hand masher)

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In a wide, heavy-bottomed pan over medium heat, combine grated ube, coconut milk, condensed milk, evaporated milk, butter, and sugar. Bring to …

1. In a wide, heavy-bottomed pan over medium heat, combine grated ube, coconut milk, condensed milk, evaporated milk, butter, and sugar.
2. Bring to a boil, stirring occasionally until sugar is dissolved, butter is melted, and ube is dispersed
3. Add ube extract, if using, and stir until mixture is evenly colored.
4. Lower heat and continue to cook, stirring regularly, for about 30 to 40 minutes or until a soft, sticky dough forms.

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Recipe yields 3 Lyanera/Llyanera pans; 1 kilo purple yam can be substituted with 2 (16 oz) packs of grated ube. If you have a food processor, use it instead of grating the yam. If you prefer it sweeter, you can add 1/2 can condensed milk. You can …

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3 hours ago Ube Halaya is a popular Filipino jam or dessert made with ube or purple yam as the main ingredient. This delicious dessert is also known as … 1. In a pan preferably a non stick pan melt butter over medium heat. 2. Add coconut milk, evaporated milk, condensed milk, sugar. Mix and bring to a boil. 3. Add the cooked purple yam. Mix well.

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Ube Halaya Recipe - Authentic Filipino Recipes trend authenticfilipinorecipes.com. Ube Halaya Recipe Ube jam, ube halaya or halayang ube (variant spellings halea, haleya; from the Spanish jalea, "jam") is a Philippines dessert made from boiled and mashed purple yam (Dioscorea alata, locally known as ube).Ube halaya is also used in pastries and other desserts such as halo …

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Ube halaya is made using purple yam also known as ube. Make this paleo & vegan Filipino inspired jam in your slow cooker or electric pressure cooker (Instant Pot). What is Ube? Ube (pronounced ooh bay) is a purple yam. Indigenous to the Philippines, you might be able to find it in your local grocery if not there, stores like Sprouts, Whole Foods, and Trader Joes …

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Ube Halaya Recipe. Ingredients: 1-kilo purple yam root (ube), about 4 cups, boiled and mashed or grated. 1/3 cup unsalted butter. 1- 1/2 cans, 14oz each condensed milk, adjust accordingly. 2 cans, 12oz each evaporated milk. 2 tsp vanilla extract. 1 tbsp + 1/2 tsp ube flavor, adjust accordingly.

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In a large work add butter and melt in low heat. 2. Add condensed milk and vanilla then mix well. 3. Add the grated purple yam then continue stirring until it becomes thick. You need to constantly stir for 20-25 minutes in low heat. 4. Place in greased moulds then let it cool. 5. Place on fridge or serve them warm.

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Preparation. Melt butter over medium heat and then add the rest of the ingredients and mix. Continue to heat over medium until you get the right jam consistency. It took me about an hour over medium heat. Put the mixture into a storage container and refrigerate until use. This is great in my Ube Coconut Rice Balls.

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What is ube halaya jam?

Hi Bold Bakers! Ube halaya jam, purple yam jam, halayang ube, or simply ube jam — whatever you choose to call it, it’s absolutely delicious and the key ingredient in many Asian desserts! The wonderfully colored yam, a relative to our more familiar sweet potatoes, is a popular ingredient in the Philippines.

How do you make ube jam?

The process of making ube jam or purple yam jam is pretty easy, but time consuming. This recipe requires you to cook and stir the pot constantly until you get the right consistency. Stirring prevents the whole mixture from sticking to the bottom of the pot and burning.

How to cook ube halaya?

If you want to add ube extract to deepen the purple color, you can do so at this stage. Remember that the ube halaya will thicken greatly as it cools down. So, only cook until you get a consistency that is a little runnier than you want it to be eventually. Carefully spoon the mixture into glass jars while hot. Then close with the lids.

What is ube halaya made of?

5 from 9 votes. Ube Halaya is a Filipino dessert made from purple yam. This Ube Halaya Recipe uses frozen purple yam and is some trick to have it really smooth and lump-free.

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