Wrapped in colorful japanesse papers, Kamote candy will surely be loved by every sweet lovers out there.
Kamote candy may not be as expensive as imported candies yet i assure you that it is just as delectable.
Kamote candy is just one of the many yummy delights produced in Brgy. Arado of Burauen, wherein producing sweets serves as the major livelihood of the residents. These sweets are being sold all over the region 8 and and even to other parts of the country.
For only P8 per pack of 10 pieces, you can enjoy this yummy treat as your after-meal dessert, merienda, or as pasalubong to your love ones.
Here's how to make your own Kamote candy:
Grated mature coconut
1. Wash sweet potatoes and partially cook in boiling water for 15 minutes. Drain, peel, and grate.
2. In a pan, mix all ingredients including the now grated sweet potatoes. Mix until the mixture is thick.
3. Pour the mixture into a molding tray.
4. Slice it into strips about 3 inches long and a half inch wide.
5. Once it totally cools down, wrap the kamote candies into colorful japanesse papers. Enjoy!