Ube Biko Recipe

The brilliant purple hue of this sticky rice dessert is because of ube.
Biko is easy to make. You need a rice cooker to do most of the work and just to make it different from your usual, it's dyed an incredibly vibrant color with both ube halaya and ube flavoring for added brilliance. No biko ...

All The Ube-Flavored Snacks You Can Find In Groceries!

Have you tried them all?
When it comes to desserts, Filipinos, and we cannot stress this enough, really, really love ube. If you have ever taken a spoonful of ube jam or ube halaya straight from a bottle, you would understand what makes this vibrant purple dessert ...

WATCH: All The Ube Desserts You Can Make

There's bound to be one that you'll love.
Ube (purple yam) is a root vegetable that is widely used in the Philippines. It's an essential ingredient in Filipino cuisine, eaten as is when turned into a creamy, sweet jam (halaya) or usually added to desserts such as halo-halo, rice cakes such as puto, or ...

Here's A First Look At Shake Shack's Manila-Exclusive Menu Items

Plus, how much a burger will cost in the Philippines!
Shake Shack announced that it will finally open its Manila branch on May 10, Friday at Central Square, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. The famous fast food joint, which started out as a hotdog cart, now has more than 160 outlets worldwide. The Manila branch will ...

Meet The Next Big Thing in Dessert: Ube

Purple is the new black.
The moment every Filipino foodie has been waiting for has finally arrived. Food nerds from all over the world are beginning to take notice of the bright, brilliant flavors that we hold dear, one of the most exciting of which is the ...
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