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UBE HALAYA: favorite by many Filipinos not only for its taste but mostly for its beautiful color. Grated and ground, it is made into halaya or jam that is molded in pans of different shapes or packed in bottles. In the olden days, to attain a uniform fine consistency, the ground ube was sieved using sinamay. Ube Halaya is a dessert made from boiled and grated purple yam which is locally known in the Philippines as “Ube”.

UBE HALAYA: favorite by many Filipinos not only for its taste but mostly for its beautiful color. Grated and ground, it is made into halaya or jam that is molded in pans of different shapes or packed in bottles. In the olden days, to attain a uniform fine consistency, the ground ube was sieved using sinamay. Ube Halaya is a dessert made from boiled and grated purple yam which is locally known in the Philippines as “Ube”.

Ube butter cream cake (also known as Taro cake) Ube (OO-beh) is a purple yam, a tuber used in Filipino rice cakes and desserts. Obviously, its color tends to turn food it’s mixed in with, a shade of purple.

Ube butter cream cake (also known as Taro cake) Ube (OO-beh) is a purple yam, a tuber used in Filipino rice cakes and desserts. Obviously, its color tends to turn food it’s mixed in with, a shade of purple.

Filipino Humba - this looks absolutely delicious! Definitely whipping this one up sometime soon.

Filipino Humba

Filipino Humba - this looks absolutely delicious! Definitely whipping this one up sometime soon.

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