- 250 g Brown Sugar/ Gula Melaka
- 3 egg yolks, (large size)
- 1 egg
- 250 g Cocount Cream, (Kara carton)
- 1/2 teaspoon Pandan essence, (optional, can use 3 fresh pandan leaves tied into a knot)
1. Mill brown sugar/gula melaka, Speed 10, 10 seconds. Note : If using gula melaka, please break up the gula melaka into ice-cube sizes before hand.
2. Add egg yolks and egg, mix speed 3 until the sugar has dissolved. Swipe the spatula at the base of the bowl to ensure all the sugar has dissolved.
3. Cook for 10 minutes, 90 deg, Speed 3.
4. Add coconut and essence/fresh knotted pandan leaves, cook for 30-45 minutes, 100 deg, speed 3. Leave MC out. Let the steam through.
Check the consistency of kaya. It should be a lovely, glossy thick and ultra smooth jam. If not thicken, add a 10 more minutes, 100deg, speed 3.
1. This is a very successful recipe IF you are using canned/tinned/packet Coconut Cream. In certain parts of Australia, it is impossible to get your hands on fresh coconut cream. By cooking it at 90 degrees initially, keeps the eggs intact without curdling it. This makes a beautiful kaya that doesn't require any further blending and it keeps well in the fridge for up to 3 weeks, although I doubt it will stay in the fridge for that long.
2. If you can't find "Kara", and have to use another... try to make sure that you drain the liquid stuff..and scope as much cream out. The less liquid the better. The more liquid, the longer you have to cook it for.
3. If using knotted pandan leaves, please do everything REVERSE. From step 2 onwards.
4. I have not had the opportunity to try it out with fresh coconut cream... please let me know via comments if it works!
5. Please feel free to reduce the sugar to 220gm.
6. Eat with toast, slathered with slabs of butter and hot coffee!
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