Kaya toast video (scroll down for recipe)
I met Lynn Chen recently (you might recognize her from the film Saving Face or from Law and Order: SVU which is one of my favorite shows even though it gives me the heeby-jeebies) and as it turns out, we have more in commonthan that just laughing really really loud. We also both love delicious food. (You can read about our lunch together here on her blog, TheActorsDiet).
When I asked if she’d like to be a guest on my show, she was super excited about sharing her version of kaya toast, a Southeast Asian snack I’d never heard of. Fortunately for you and me and everyone around us, kaya toast is super easy to make at home as long as you have the kaya jam. You can make it, and there are several recipes online, but you can also buy it through Amazon Srikaya Jam (Pandan Taste) – 8.8oz [Pack of 3] (affiliate link).
Get more of Lynn on her YouTube channel: LynnChenTube
Lynn’s kaya toast recipePrint
- Cook Time: 8 mins
- Total Time: 8 mins
- Yield: 1
- Category: Snack
- Cuisine: Asian
- 2 slices firm white bread
- 2 tablespoons soft butter, divided
- 2 tablespoons kaya jam
- 1 egg
- dark soy sauce (or regular soy sauce)
- Spread one side of each slice of bread with a teaspoon of butter. Spread the other side of each slice with a tablespoon of kaya jam.
- Grill buttered sides over medium heat until toasty. Set aside.
- Heat remaining butter in skillet and fry egg sunny side up or over easy to your preference.
- Make a sandwich with the toasted bread and place the egg on top.
- Cut into quarters and eat with your hands.