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Ube Halaya

Halayang Ube

Ube Halaya by Aizel_77.

Also called halayang ube, this is a “jam” made from the Philippines’ favorite root crop, the purple yam locally called ube.

You can add it to halo-halo!

* The name is derived from the Spanish word jalea, which means “jelly.”

Philippine bakeshop chain Goldilocks describes ube halaya as “Creamy purple yam mashed with butter and milk.”

You can check out WikiHow for an ube halaya recipe!

And here’s a recipe from Lito Supply Co: Ube Halaya

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