Kaya Toast for Dummies

June 10, 2013

in recipe, vegetarian

Everyone I know is pretty much obsessed with Kaya Toast. Here’s the version from Susan Feniger’s Street (and a video how-to).


When we ate at The Spice Table two months ago, our group could NOT get enough of their version as well. I figured this dish was simple enough to make at home – there are recipes to make Coconut Jam from scratch, but I was relieved to see all the hard work done for me at my local Thai Market.


Spotted at Silom, right next door to my favorite Thai restaurant Ruen Pair, the bakery Bhan Kanom Thai, and this scary-ass motel.


Similar to Bangkok Market, except a little larger, with more prepared foods…


…like this – can anyone translate/guide?


Along with the coconut egg spread, they have everything else you would need for Kaya Toast…


…like the Toast…


…and special Black Soy Sauce – though regular is fine, too.


I compiled a number of recipes I found online – have yet to test…


..this was a little birthday gift for my fellow Kaya Toast Head, Emily.


Perfect thing to eat while listening to me read “Crazy Rich Asians” to you – the audio version comes out tomorrow!!!


1 Emily June 10, 2013 at 1:50 pm

Yum yum yum! I CANNOT wait to try this recipe out!

2 Kayy June 10, 2013 at 4:19 pm

ห่อหมกปลา is steamed fish with curry paste Def. the tase
Like Pa-nang but make from fish /curry/coconut milk and thai herb

3 Lynn @ The Actor's Diet June 10, 2013 at 7:32 pm

Thanks – can’t wait to try it!

4 Chayanee June 11, 2013 at 7:55 am

Here’s the recipe . http://thaidcooking.blogspot.com/2010/08/thai-food-recipes-thai-steamed-curried.html
Bon Appetite!!!

If you like Thai food here is one of my fav english recipe http://chezpim.com/cook/pad_thai_for_beginners

5 Aya June 10, 2013 at 11:56 pm

Here’s the recipe for Kaya toast from Susan Feniger’s Street

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