DIY: Kaya ...Oh yes I did..

Oh my god!! STOP what you're doing! Even if you're out shopping at Barneys or lying naked with your significant other.. You should..nono..you Need to make Kaya now!

Super decadent, extremely rich, creamy and custardy...it beats all jams ever made...hands down! Just one whiff and it's like foreplay before the whole 4 minutes is over. And since it is this good, I am going to share it with you. Is that a woohoo! i hear? yea okay..

First of all, dedicate at least 2 hours to make this good, and make it right. If you were lazy and skipped the gym today...it's okay! making this will burn off more than you would sweating it out. All the arm work whisking will do the job. OK! les get down to bizzness.


ingredients:
6 egg yolks
1 1/2 cups of sugar
a few pinches of salt
a can of coconut milk
3-4 pandan (screwpine) leaves


start with a bain marie...


nice and ribbony (yolks and sugar) = GOOD


this is what Makes the kaya Pandan Leaves!!!
they smell so goooood

pandan (check), coconut milk (check) pinch of salt (check)
Whisk whisk whisk!!!!

ohh so beautiful

The procedure is simple, just keep on whisking. You can rest for 5 minute intervals and make sure the water is always at a simmer for the first hour or so.. then once most of the sugar has dissolved slowly bring the heat up. Don't stop whisking at this point! You don't want the egg to curdle on you! The finished kaya should be silky smooth and ribbony.

Spread it over toasted bread...dip your finger in it (no double dipping allowed) Just be glad you made this because I did...


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