Ube, or purple yam as the English term it’s known, is a common ingredient used in my culture. Since I’m still on my macaron frenzy, my parents suggested I try making Ube Macarons, and they actually turned out well. I think I just need to invest in professional grade food colours so the shell turns out the right colour purple. I fiddled around with making the filling, and wasn’t sure if it was going to turn out right, but it did. You don’t want to make the filling too sweet, since the macaron shell itself is already sweet enough.
Ube Creme (Purple Yam Creme)
Ingredients
3/4 Cup grated frozen Ube/ purple yam (Ube paste works well too)
1/3 Cup caster sugar
1/2 Cup thickened cream
Method
Place ube and caster sugar in a stainless steel bowl over a small saucepan of simmering water. Whisk together until sugar is melted and ube thins slightly.
Add thickened cream and stir to combine. Pour mixture into a sieve over a medium sized bowl, and scrape to remove lumps. Cover bowl with cling film and place in refrigerator to cool.
Once cool, beat mixture with a hand held electric beater until mixture becomes light, fluffly and produces a spreadable icing texture. Place in a piping bag and pipe on macarons. Sandwich macarons together.
ENJOY! :D

Ube, or purple yam as the English term it’s known, is a common ingredient used in my culture. Since I’m still on my macaron frenzy, my parents suggested I try making Ube Macarons, and they actually turned out well. I think I just need to invest in professional grade food colours so the shell turns out the right colour purple. I fiddled around with making the filling, and wasn’t sure if it was going to turn out right, but it did. You don’t want to make the filling too sweet, since the macaron shell itself is already sweet enough.

Ube Creme (Purple Yam Creme)

Ingredients

  • 3/4 Cup grated frozen Ube/ purple yam (Ube paste works well too)
  • 1/3 Cup caster sugar
  • 1/2 Cup thickened cream

Method

  1. Place ube and caster sugar in a stainless steel bowl over a small saucepan of simmering water. Whisk together until sugar is melted and ube thins slightly.
  2. Add thickened cream and stir to combine. Pour mixture into a sieve over a medium sized bowl, and scrape to remove lumps. Cover bowl with cling film and place in refrigerator to cool.
  3. Once cool, beat mixture with a hand held electric beater until mixture becomes light, fluffly and produces a spreadable icing texture. Place in a piping bag and pipe on macarons. Sandwich macarons together.

ENJOY! :D

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