Find out today with “Furilia” one of a very important food trends 2020: What You Need to Know About Delicious Violet Root – Ube! It is called the most trendy root crops of 2020. After all, from ube or purple yam you get a cool Instagram food. And all thanks to its bright purple color.
Food experts believe that a real world invasion of violet donuts, cheesecakes and waffles from yam is about to begin. But besides its visual appeal, it is also a useful product. Ube has long been known as a powerful anti-aging agent, it has a lot of vitamin C and B6, fiber, potassium and manganese
Violet yam (Dioscorea alata, ube, purple yam) is a plant, tubers are like potatoes and have a bright purple color, and the flesh is purple. Yam grows in warm latitudes. Among all types of yams, this is the sweetest, so purple tubers are often used to make desserts, including ice cream. For the first time, ice cream with the taste of purple yams was prepared for one Hawaiian brand. And in the Philippines, violet yam ice cream is generally a bit of a signature dessert. Ube is generally a popular product for this country.
One root crop can be up to 2.5 m long and weigh 70 kg. It can be cooked, baked, steamed, dried, used for baking, ice cream and cocktails.
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“You often see that ube turns into jams and pastas called challah. They are used in rolls, rolls and ice cream,” said Nicole Ponseca, owner and CEO of the New York-based Philippine gastropub Jeepney and restaurant Maharlika. “Ube is a bit like a mixture of vanilla and pistachios. It’s sweet and earthy, “he explained the taste of this root crop.
The brighter the color of vegetables and fruits, the greater their benefits. Such products will decorate any winter, spring or summer table, and in combination with meat and herbs they are also very tasty.
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