Make Homemade Ube Jam

Edited by Jomalyn Lardizabal, Anonymous, Eng

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Many cultures have a recognizable cuisine, a specific set of cooking. Cooking traditions using various spices or a combination of flavor unique to that culture. Many cultures have diversified their food by means of preparation, cooking methods and manufacturing. Cooking is an adventure. Cooking techniques is a great way to keep our cuisine interesting and tasty. Home cooks are discovering that cooking trends with locally grown fresh foods put a global twist on fresh foods. Home made ube jam are easy to make and taste far better than the store bought variety. Making your own jam sometimes its challenging. But once you master it you'll enjoy having it as a part of your baking or cooking repertoire or skill or even past time. Recipes that are easy to make at home. With a little experimentation, you'll be surprised how many great tastes you can create. Experiment to find taste that you like best.Certain tastes are more enjoyable. Food is eaten and typically enjoyed through the sense of taste, the perception of flavor from eating. (TO BE CONTINUED)

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Here are the ingredients to make an ube jam

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    1 (2.2 lbs) kilogram ube
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    1/4 (0.55 lbs) kilogram taro root or tuber plant
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    1/2 (1.1 lbs) kilogram white sugar
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    1/4 (0.55 lbs) kilogram star margarine
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    1 sachet of 250 gram (0.55 lbs) coconut milk powder
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    1 can of 500 gram (1.1 lbs) evaporated milk
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    1 can of 500 gram (1.1 lbs) condensed milk
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Here are the things or equipment to used in cooking an ube jam

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    Cooking pot for boiling an ube and taro root or tuber plant
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    Cooking pan used to cook an ube jam.Even the cooking pot is also an alternative to use in cooking an ube jam.
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    Laddle use to mix or stir for cooking an ube jam
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    paring knife use for peeling an ube and taro root or tuber plant
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Here are the steps to cook an ube jam

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    First, boil the ube and taro root in a big cooking pot.
    This is the easiest way to peel the ube and tuber plant or taro root. After you cooked the ube and taro root or tuber plant, rinse with cold water. Then use paring knife to remove the peel of ube and taro root or tuber plant.
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    Second is mashed or grind the ube and tuber plant fine.
    After you ground finely, you may start to cook.
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    In a big cooking pan or you can use also the cooking pot for cooking an ube jam.
    But for me, it is better to use the cooking pan to cook an ube jam.
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    Sauté first the star margarine or butter.
    Cook at a very low heat until its melted. A great way to ensure they don't stick and to make clean up easy.
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    Add the mashed or grind ube and taro root or tuber plant.
    Simmer or mix well slowly. Cook at a very low heat until its smooth and sticky.
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    Sauté the coconut milk that mixed well with little water then stir it.
    Be sure there is always lots of butter or margarine.
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    Add the sugar then mix well.
    Be sure to mix it often because it can burn. Avoid food from sticking to the pan.
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    Lastly, add the evaporated milk and condensed milk.
    Mix well until its smooth or sticky.
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Once it cook already, transfer the cooked ube jam to a plastic container or bottle while the butter is still liquid and store them in the refrigerator. Once solidified, its easy to take a spoonful whenever you want to eat as a dessert.

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Tips

Avoid food from sticking to the pan. To keep from sticking to the bottom of your pans, try to avoid putting cold foods into a hot pan. Also, don't put food into a pan that is not perfectly clean. Otherwise the result build up could lead to burned food.

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Categories : Jams & Jellies

Recent edits by: Anonymous, Jomalyn Lardizabal

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