Video Blog: ieat learns to make Kaya!

You might have read in the Sunday Times recently that our friend Liverpool’s Good Morning Nanyang Cafe was voted Best Kaya Toast in Singapore and a lot of it has to do with Liverpool’s freshly made kaya. Liverpool has very generously agreed to share his recipe with us and especially those who are living overseas who might miss having Kaya Toast! Thanks Liverpool!

12 Eggs
250 ml Coconut Milk
250g sugar
One bunch of Pandan Leaves

Link to the Good Morning Nanyang Cafe post.

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