Kaya toast is one of Singapore’s most popular breakfast food. It’s also often eaten as a tea time snack today.
Making your own kaya requires very simple ingredients, but needs alot of patience and time as it involves several hours of continuous stirring. Be diligent in the stirring and the result is a very smooth silky kaya jam.
Serve on toasted or steamed bread. Best eaten with thin slices of cold butter.
Home-made kaya can keep well for up to 5 days in the fridge, but it usually won’t last that long.
A step by step tutorial on how to make kaya is here -