Kaya Toast for Dummies

Everyone I know is pretty much obsessed with Kaya Toast. Here’s the version from Susan Feniger’s Street.

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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.

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

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

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…like this – can anyone translate/guide?

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

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…like the Toast…

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

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I compiled a number of recipes I found online…

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

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Perfect thing to eat while listening to me read “audio version comes out tomorrow!!!

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5 thoughts on “Kaya Toast for Dummies

  1. Kayy

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

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