The all-time favourite Kaya toast is a popular snack in Southeast Asia where it is usually served together with a cup of black coffee or tea and two half-boiled eggs.
Kaya (also srikaya, means "rich" in Malay based on its golden color) is a jam made from coconut milk and eggs which are flavored by pandan leaf and lightly-sweetened with sugar. However, Toast Box's
Hainanese kaya goes that extra mile to sweeten this delight with the right combination of coconut sugar and honey, thereby enhancing its coconut after-taste.
The egg is typically simmered for about three minutes; just enough before it becomes a hardboiled egg, dribble a little dark soya sauce and sprinkle a dash of pepper over this soft-boiled goodness.