In an email this morning, "kaya" was mentioned and I got to thinking about it.
I mean there are people who make this at home. I've heard that often you have to make several attempts to get it to be in that perfect state that suits your taste buds. Or not, I don't really know. If you want to give it a go, here's a site!
Me? I'd rather make several purchases to find the one that tastes best. There are tons out there to choose from. Each one is different so you will end up with the one that delights your palate.
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I can eat kaya with toast but my favourite is with this kuih. I love it with a generous serving of kaya.
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Luckily I live in Singapore where I can just go round the corner to buy it.