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2 packs frozen ube
1 box mochiko (sweet rice flour)
4 cups white sugar
2 cans coconut milk
1 tsp vanilla
banana leaves
latik (cook coconut milk gradually until all oil is removed and latik is created)

How to make ube kalamay

Thaw frozen ube. Make latik. Wilt each banana leaf brush with coconut then oil.
In big wok, mix thawed ube with coconut milk, mochiko, sugar, vanilla and a coconut oil that is little.
Stir while cooking. (Put more coconut oil by tablespoonfuls if required to stop sticking.)
Keep stirring until mixture is quite thick. Put in pan lined with wilted banana leaves.
Flatten batter by hand employing a little bit of oiled banana leaf.
In the event that you don’t feel like stirring for a long time, you could place slightly thickened mixture in baking pan and bake in 350°F oven 15 to 20 moments.
Cool and score prepared ube in diagonal shapes and place latik on the top.

Pour coconut cream in a nonstick skillet over medium low heat. Keep it is for approximately 25 mins. It will boil, keep it alone. Whenever sides are browning, give it a stir. Turn the warmth lower. Leave it alone once more. Whenever the majority of it is brown, turn off the heat and allow residual heat cook brown the coconut solids. It shall brown very fast at the conclusion. Must certanly be a light color that is brownwe burned mine a little).
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½ package (equal to 1 packed measuring cup) of grated purple yam or ube. You can get it from the frozen area of food like Seafood City, Island Pacific if not little Asian shops – we got mine from Viethoa in Argyle (Vietnamese town, Chicago)
1 box mochiko (comparable to 2 ¾ cups)
1 glass sugar that is white
1 glass water
¾ cup coconut milk
Ube flavoring
Vanilla extract

Pour ube mixture right into a baking meal (lined with softened banana renders – optional), Please clean the banana leaves with coconut oil before you pour combined combination in to the meal.
Steam Kalamay mixture for 35 to 45 minutes with regards to the thickness or texture of the kalamay. See cooking movie. (it is possible to steam bake it using a marie that is bain

Meanwhile do the budbod (coconut curd) by placing 2 cans of coconut milk into a boil. Continue cooking for 1 ½ hours (stirring once in a while) until it becomes curd that is coconut. You are able to strain and split up the curd using the coconut oil. You will make use of this for cleaning the kalamay later.