Yema is a very addicting Filipino candy. I can finish a pack in one sitting. It's very popular among Pinoys that's why different variations of Yema are made available in the market. Here in Davao, we have the Durian Yema which is also a favored "pasalubong" aside from the sought after Durian Candy. Aside from diverse flavors, Yema is also made with different consistency. This Yema Recipe here is the gooey type, the one where you can have fun with the kids turning it into different shades and forming into different shapes, like clay!
Of course you could leave this in its original caramel brown color and form this into the conventional small yema cubes wrapped in yellow water cellophane, but where's the fun in that? :) Kids are the ultimate market of yema so it would be nice to add some color like red and blue and other extract like langka and orange, aside from the usual vanilla. So try this now and have fun with the kids! or if you're doing this Yema Recipe by yourself, then I would suggest you have a blast and awake the child in you. :) Enjoy!
8. You may add a few droplets of food coloring. Here I used blue and red to arrive at green and orange color. Ask the little ones to help out.
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