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Ube Balls Recipe

Ube Balls Recipe

...  Needed: 2 kilos ube or purple yam (cooked in boiling water) ½ cup margarine/butter (if you want your jam to be creamy, use butter instead) 1 can evaporated milk (big) 1 can condensed milk (big) 3 cups white sugar Desiccated coconut Directions: In a pot, boil the ube or purple yam until tender. Remove from heat and let it cool. Peel it. In a big bowl, mash the ube using a fork or for a smoother texture you can use a blender or a food processor. Set aside. In a separate bowl, mix butter /margarine and sugar. Add the mashed ube, condensed milk and evaporated milk together. Heat the pan, put in all the mixed ingredients. Cook over a low fire. Stir constantly until the texture becomes thick. Remove from heat. Let it cool. Shape the ube jam into balls. Roll the ube balls in a plate with desiccated coconut. And it’s ready. Share them and ...

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How to Make Cornbread Muffins with Real Corn

How to Make Cornbread Muffins with Real Corn

...  be substituted. Ingredients Needed: 3 cups corn kernels. You can use fresh, canned or frozen. Just defrost first. 2 cups whole wheat flour 2/3 cup sugar 1 tablespoon baking powder A pinch or two of salt 4 eggs, beaten 2 cups milk ½ cup vegetable oil Makes: 24 cornbread muffins   Direction: Start by preheating the oven to 400 F. Next, chop up the corn until it looks something like this. I’ve used a Pampered Chef food chopper on a cutting board to achieve this. You could use a food processor, but don’t create a puree…unless you want to hide the texture of the corn in the muffins. It’s actually quite delicious with little bits of corn in it, so I just chop it. Set aside. Now combine all the dry ingredients in a large bowl, including the flour, sugar, baking powder and salt. Then, add the beaten eggs, milk and vegetable oil. Stir until well combined. Then fold in the corn, until it’s evenly distributed. Now, you can pour the batter evenly amongst 24 muffin ...

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Chevy Fresh Mex Salsa Recipe

Chevy Fresh Mex Salsa Recipe

...  my take of Chevy’s Fresh Salsa Recipe. So whip out the food processor and fire up the grill because you’ll need these essential tools to clone one of the best restaurant salsas in the business. The key to recreating the flavor of the real deal is to fire roast the tomatoes and the jalapenos, and to add a little mesquite-flavored liquid smoke. The restaurant chain uses a mesquite grill, so these steps are crucial to getting the same smoky flavor as the addictive restaurant version. Chevy’s uses chipotle peppers, or smoked red jalapeno ...  hot. After about  10 minutes, place all of the jalapenos onto the grill. In about 10 minutes you can turn the tomatoes and the peppers. When almost the entire surface of the peppers has charred black you can remove them from the grill. The tomatoes will turn partially black, but when the skin begins to come off they are done. Put the peppers and tomatoes on a plate and let them cool. 4. When the tomatoes and peppers have cooled, remove most of the skin from the tomatoes and place them into a food processor. Pinch the stem end from each of the peppers and place them into the food processor as well. Toss out the liquid that remains on the plate. 5. Add the remaining ingredients to the food processor and puree on high speed for 5-10 seconds or until the mixture has a smooth consistency. 6. Place the salsa into a covered container and chill for several hours or overnight while the flavors develop. Makes approximately 2 ...

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