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Sunday, March 05, 2006

Homemade Kaya

Homemade Kaya
Who can resist homemade kaya? It's got no preservatives or colouring. All you need is sugar, eggs and coconut milk that is freshly squeezed! I sliced my bread in half width-wise before toasting, so it comes out really crunchy on the outside, but still a little fluffy in the inside.
Kaya on one side, semi-thick butter pieces on the other. Great for breakfast or tea time with a cup of coffee!

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