The word “Kaya” means “Rich”

It consists of kaya, a spread of eggs, sugar and coconut milk and

flavoured with pandan on toasted or fresh bread or cream crackers.

Butter or margarine may be spread as well. Goes very well with

slices of cheese. Kaya toast is a popular snack amongst

Singaporeans


Tasty!!  No preservatives and coloring

There are actually two variations of kaya. Hainanese Kaya (brown in colour) are made
from the traditional recipe of immigrants from China’s Hainan Island while Nonya Kaya
(greenish in colour) were initially concocted locally by the Nonya community. Both
types have their own unique marvellous taste.

High quality

This delicacy is credited to the Hainanese pioneers who settled in Singapore from
Hainan Island in the late 1800. Many Hainanese worked on British ships as kitchen
hands. When they settled in the straits settlement, they started selling the foods which
they prepared for the British, including coffee, toast, and French toast, to the local
populations. They replaced the Western jams, mayonnaise cream and the elegant
western coffee culture favoured by the British with native coconut jams and their own
unique brew of coffee. Kaya was the fast food in those days, especially when there is
a need to cater a fast lunch for the labourers working at the dockyards. Kaya fits in the
very well as it can be eaten by all races (halal) and it is nutritional and healthy.

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