Get In My Belly: 🍞🍞🍞🍞🍞🍞🍞🍞 8/10
Here, if you don’t know what you want your perfect hubby/wifey to bring you as breakfast in bed this morning, we’ve got the best thing.
Introducing: Kaya Toast.
- Good morning hungry reader, come, meet Kaya toast.
Cr: David Berkowitz
- Kaya toast is from Singapore and is here to make your mornings sweeter
- And crunchier.
- And creamier.
- A kind of coconut curd/jam, ‘kaya’ is enjoyed on thin slices of toast in Singapore and Malaysia. Kaya is made using coconut milk, egg, pandan leaf, sugar, and love.
- And to really get the drooling going, know that a healthy slab of butter is placed on each/in between piece.
- Toasty and buttery and coconutty and bliss
- Typically best enjoyed with coffee, or, if you’re a real pro, with teh tarik.
Cr: Jon Siegel
- Thin slices of kaya toast are often stacked on top of one another, like pancakes, but far more exciting
- It can be made using other bread too, like bread rolls. Just don’t forget a good spreading of kaya, and the beloved butter slab.
- The toast is commonly quite thin, and is served as a breakfast dish, often alongside eggs
- But clearly boiled eggs are secondary when kaya toast is in the picture
- The hipsters here have taken sourdough kaya toast and popped a poached egg on top
- And yknow what? We’d like to get on top too.
Who’s feeling toasty?