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Creamy Ube Sesame Balls
The ooziness of the rich flavor of the purple yam inside this all-time favorite Pinoy snack of sweetened mung beans balled in glutinous rice flour, makes the Buchi Ube a perfect appetizing pair to any meals. Just make sure to "â™¬ Pass the Buchi Ube' pon â™¬" to share with friends and families.
12 Pcs Per Pack
Popularized by the famous Filipino fast-food chain Chowking, Buchi is a Filipino dessert that combines glutinous rice flour, mung beans, sesame seeds and sweet fillings before being deep-fried to perfection. It is also known as sesame balls in the United States. Jian Dui is the name by which it is commonly referred to in China where it originated.
BUCHI UBE CREAM
**PLEASE KEEP FROZEN UNTIL READY TO COOK**
- Pre-heat oil to 170°C.
- Place frozen buchi ube in oil for 5 -7 minutes or until golden brown.
- Drain on paper towels.
Remember that you have to use the right heat when deep frying the buchi! When you fry them over high heat, there’s a chance that the dough might break down and disintegrate. Cooking in low - medium heat will result in a much better consistency.
**Cook all Buchi Ube to an internal temperature of 78°C **
Packing: 12 Pcs Per Pack
Shelf Life: 12 Months
Glutinous Rice Flour, Water, Yam, Sugar, Sweet Potato, Evaporated Milk, Butter, Wheat Starch, Condensed Milk, Vanilla Extract, Food Color.
MILK, WHEAT (GLUTEN)
Manufactured in a facility that also processes peanuts and other allergens.