Kaya Glorious Kaya

We swore never to do it again

But our memories too short

Our mind too frail

We had forgotten how laborious the task was

1 kg of sugar

3 pint of coconut milk

18 eggs

6 hours of monotonous stirring

It was painful

It was sinful

But it tasted so good

the texture was simply puuurfect

We were proud

Malcolm was delighted

for this is his favourite spread for bread

Nutella can only come second

Nov 663

and of course

he had to lick every  single pandan leaves dry

when we fished them out from the pot

Ingredients

3 eggs

2 egg yolks

150g sugar

250ml coconut milk

4 pandan leaves

Method

1. Blend eggs and yolks together

2. Stir in sugar until dissolved

3. Combine coconut milk and mix well

4. Add pandan leaves

5. Cook over low heat, stirring constantly, till desired consistency

6. Cool and bottle

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4 comments

  1. Regina says:

    nutella kaya! maybe you can propose to nutella for a new range of spread (:

    thanks for sharing the recipe! didn’t know it would be this easy, or you’ve simplified it? i will try this at once!

    Rachel : hey regina, pls be warn that it will take at least 2 hours to get it done. so be very patient and don’t give up! happy stirring 🙂

  2. kole says:

    DIY?!! my jaw dropped!!
    kudos to you!!

    Does M miss the kaya toast here?

    Rachel : hey kole, he misses it when he sees it. now he has it…he will probably ask for more if we run out of it! I think my hubby misses it more 🙂

  3. Ann says:

    I have a friend who once tried kaya in Malaysia could never get enough of it. She is from Laos and thus cannot find it there…so I end up shipping some to her every now and then! hahaha….maybe should pass her the recipe instead.

    Rachel : hey Ann, yeah i think u should pass her the recipe. It is really simple, just need some patience 🙂

  4. Angeline says:

    So the nutella container is just a ‘container’, and not that nutella produces Kaya now eh?! *laugh* silly me! I could have got the hint from the picture… *laugh*

    I think you are a very talented lady… your hubby is such a lucky guy!

    Rachel : Hey angeline! thanks, it’s called ‘desperation’ 😉

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