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Many people think that kaya is extremely difficult to make because it’s hard to ensure a good consistency. In reality, it is fairly simple. You can also choose to spice up your own homemade version. I added dark rum in mine for an additional kick (you can try with Bailey’s or even brandy)! Makes 3 cups Recipe by Mervyn Pha
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Ingredients: 9 eggs 500ml coconut milk 450g sugar ¼ cup water 5 pandan leaves, knotted ¼ cup dark rum (optional)
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