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Saturday, 6 June 2009

The Dawgs Mash Up Some Ube

What better to do on a lazy Saturday morning than to make some comfort food. His Royal Orangeness Karl Willem and PA/PR Gromit had some nice purple and white yams from Sablan (as in bagong hukay, may lupa lupa pa gaya ng yagbols ni The Nashman) which are good for making jam.


The ube is peeled and immersed in water to minimise oxidation.

Then the purple and white ubes are boiled and strained.

..and then mashed. You see, this the NATURAL colour of purple ube, radioactive violet as seen in many cheap (and overpriced) mass produced ube jams have artificial colouring. Also, you want some texture with the ube, you are not making a sloppy mush.

HRO Karl Willem and PA/PR Gromit reveal the secret to good ube jam - simple ingredients. You only need ube, margarine, condensed milk, milk, and vanilla. Nothing else. No flour, no camote, no E-numbers.

PA/PR Gromit leads the stirring of the ube mixture over low heat. This is good bicep exercise.

The dawgs present their finished product, or how it would look like if we ever decide to drive those nuns at the Good Shepherd convent out of business. For sure, the dawgs' ube jam will be tongue orgasmic because it's wicked.

Made with only natural ingredients and TLC.

10 comments:

dementia said...

Kelan ko makukuha ang Purple Yummyness from your alagang dawgs?

K. said...

It looks yum-my. :)

j. said...

you will do drive those nuns out of their business. or maybe, you can team up with them. who knows right?

Anonymous said...

Patikim! katakam-takam!

unwritten said...

YUMMY! i want some!!

thenashman said...

ubos na...order kayo...mura lang suki.

frank cimatu said...

wheres the outlet?

The Nashman said...

i do commissions...and depending on whether i feel like digging

Anonymous said...

your yagbols are good for making yamjam as well?

The Nashman said...

My yagbols are not for biting but for licking.