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Monika Ube Yam with coconut 340 gr
Monika Ube Yam with coconut 340 gr

Ube Yam with coconut 340 gr

€4,05
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Ube Yam with coconut is a purple carrot jam called Ube. Great for bread or in your desserts. This jam is a unique experience. Try it...

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Ube Yam with coconut

Ube jam is a jam made from the purple root that mainly occurs in Asia. The carrot is reminiscent of the sweet potato. The ube jam is something special that you should definitely give it a try, something that you will not just find in the supermarket. On our website, we have various products made with the ube. We have an aroma, otap (a kind of pretzel with the taste of purple ube) but also the hopia desserts, and special ice cream. Take a look at our website for more ube products and experience these unique foods.

Ube root

The root is a tuberous crop also known as yam. The Ube root is from Africa and Asia. The tubers vary in size. The Purple jam is used in different desserts, there are also different types of ice cream with purple jam and in combination with coconut. In the Philippines, it is also available as halayá. This is a kind of jam. One of the dishes in which ube is processed is the very popular halo-halo dessert from the Philippines. This is a shaved ice dessert with fresh fruit, purple jam, cream, condensed milk, and coconut.

 

Ingredients:

Ube (purple yam) root, sugar, coconut meat, water, preservative E202.

 

Also known as: Ube Halaya Purple Yam Jam Spread with coconut, Yamswurzel fruchtaufstrich mit kokosfruchtfleisch, Yams wortel vruchtenspread, Ube Macapuno
Country of origin: Philippines
Brand: Monika
Code: 022392576123
Content: 340 gr (12 Oz)

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