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2 cups heavy cream 1 cup milk or half and half 1 cup sugar 1 cup cooked ,cold mashed ubes ( purple yams ) - OR - 1, 8oz pkg dried ube powder ( dried ube with cane sugar ) 1/2 cup finely shredded fresh coconut or coconut powder (optional but nice ) 1 to 2 tsp clear vanilla or to taste. I made this with my packaged ube powder from a recipe I adapted from the Internet. This ice cream froze up very hard and when I let it soften at room temperature for a short while, it scooped out perfectly and was delicious. I served it along with coconut almond macaroons which I thought was a perfect match of color, flavor and textures. Combine cream, milk and sugar and gently stir and heat in a saucepan only to dissolve sugar. Cool and stir in ube squash or ube powder ,coconut and vanilla. Whisk well to combine and chill mixture. Process chilled mixture in ice cream make to manufacturer's instructions. Note: coconut powder may be found in Indian grocery stores. If using fresh coconut, it must be blenderized into a powder otherwise the ice cream won't freeze properly and the texture will not be smooth. Note 2: the color of the ice cream may be purple to shades of lavender depending whether one uses the fresh ube squash or the ube powder. Ube's may be found at oriental, or Pilipino grocery stores and the powder may be ordered over the Net by doing a Google search for it. Yield: 6 to 8 servings

Ube Ice Cream


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(posted April 16, 2008)

2 cups
heavy cream
1 cup
milk or half and half
1 cup
sugar
1 cup
cooked ,cold mashed ubes ( purple yams )
- OR -
1, 8oz pkg dried ube powder ( dried ube with cane
sugar )
1/2 cup finely shredded fresh
coconut or coconut powder (optional but nice )
1 to 2 tsp clear
vanilla or to taste.

I made this with my packaged ube powder from a recipe I adapted from the Internet. This
ice cream froze up very hard and when I let it soften at room temperature for a short while, it scooped out perfectly and was delicious. I served it along with coconut almond macaroons which I thought was a perfect match of color, flavor and textures.

Combine cream, milk and sugar and gently stir and heat in a saucepan only to dissolve sugar. Cool and stir in ube squash or ube powder ,coconut and vanilla. Whisk well to combine and chill mixture. Process chilled mixture in
ice cream make to manufacturer's instructions.

Note:
coconut powder may be found in Indian grocery stores. If using fresh coconut, it
must be blenderized into a powder otherwise the ice cream won't freeze properly and the texture will not be smooth.

Note 2: the
color of the
ice cream may be purple to shades of lavender depending whether one uses the fresh ube squash or the ube powder.

Ube's may be found at oriental, or Pilipino grocery stores and the powder may be ordered over the Net by doing a Google search for it.

Yield: 6 to 8 servings


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