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  1. #1

    Cool pano gumawa ng YEMA...help pls...

    recipe ng YEMA pls...fave kasi yon...gusto kong gumawa ng sarili ko... tnx!

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    you will only need condensed milk and a little oil.. pwedeng cooking oil, pwede ring butter.. put it (oil) in a pan, tapos pag mainit na, you can put the milk na.. haluin mo lang ng haluin para di mamuo-muo at di masunog yung ibang part... pag matigas na, di naman yung parang bato, yung din na sya liquid (i dont know how you call it) na may extra effort ka na talaga sa paghalo.. eh pwede mo na syang alisin sa pan.. tapos palamigin mo lang ng konti.. you can also put some nuts in it.. pag malapit na talaga syang maluto...
    yun na..

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    Yema

    INGREDIENTS
    4 cups fresh milk
    10 egg yolks
    Sugar to taste (1/2 to 3/4 cup)
    1/2 tsp. Vanilla

    PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS
    Simmer milk in copper vat over low heat until it is thick and reduced to one cup. Add sugar to taste and continue cooking until well blended. Remove from fire, cool a little then add lightly beaten egg yolks (to avoid curding, add a faw tablespoons of milk to the yolks before adding them to the milk). Add flavoring. Continue cooking until the mixture is thick enough to shape into small balls.


    Remove from fire, cool and shape into small balls. Dip quickly in thick syrup or roll in confectioner's sugar. Wrap in cellophane.

    To make syrup, dissolve 1 cup sugar slowly in 1/2 cup water. When it reaches boiling point, skim off impurities from the surface. Boil to 236 degrees for until syrup reaches the ball stage.

    Note: Condensed milk may be substituted foe milk and sugar called for in the above recipe. A boiled mashed potato is sometimes added as thickening.

    COOKING/PREPARATIONS (20 MINUTES)

    (RECIPE HAS BEEN EXTRACTED FROM: http://www.filipino.com.au/categ/cuisine/menu/yema.htm)

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