Thursday, July 06, 2006

Pandan Kaya by Breadmaker

Yeah... I finally made the Pandan kaya using my breadmaker!! My adapted recipe can be found here. Used to make it by hand and had to stand on the stove for at least an hour +. Now, no more standing and stirring for my kaya. :)

Just follow the direction in the recipe and then sifted twice before adding it in the breadmaker and turn the menu to jam function and let it does the work.



When the kaya was done by the breadmaker.



Pour the kaya into a blender and blend until smooth.  This is an optional step, it depends on how smooth you like your kaya or prefer it to be more original.




Then, store in a glass jar and in the refrigerator. Should be able to keep in the refrigerator for up to a month. This is a good kaya recipe, yummy indeed!

16 comments:

3Ds said...

Hi, I happen to "find" your website as I was surfing to search for prima taste online. Cool place to swap home recipes. BTW, I'm a SAHM too! The things we do for our babies huh!?!

cheers!

Little Corner of Mine said...

Hey 3ds, welcome to my blog! Nothing wrong with SAHM, I'm proud of it! :)

linnish said...

hmm..indeed the kaya is very smooth, always a plus point to have extra help in the kitchen!

Connie said...

Ching, your kaya after done in breadmaker looks good. Mine always form a brown crust around the pan and the kaya looks like scramble eggs with liquid separated... hmm...very strange..Wonder if the temperature is too hot?!? Of course, it will be ok after blending it.

Amrita said...

hey belacan! tunasushi here...the problem I have is that, after the breadmaker makes the kaya, it looks nuthing like urs! looks like mcdonald's breakfast scrambled eggs :(:(

Ellena Mummy said...

Wow.. your pandan kaya realli look great and delicious... esp the colour.. it's so nice...

Little Corner of Mine said...

Thanks Lin, any help is a plus in the kitchen. :)

Connie and Tunasushi,
No wonder I couldn't get what you meant by liquid separated and scrambled eggs. Hahaha... Mine looks just like kaya after it was done by the breadmaker, just got a little lumps here and there.

Thanks ellena mummy!

pei2 said...

Using Bread maker for kaya, what a good idea. I think I should invest in one, What type or brand of Breadmaker you have?

3Ds said...

nope, nothing wrong with being a SAHM. I'm having a blast with this little guy everyday.

I forgot to add in my last post, I'm in Boston, MA. So, I can understand all the need for S'pore/home-style cooking. You ladies here really look very professional! Although I cook on an almost daily basis, I can only drool with envy what you can whip up.

Have a great weekend.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Pei2,
I got a Sunbeam that comes with 12 functions. I got mine at Walmart for only $40. It's a good price if you ask me. :)

3ds,
I have to be creative with my cooking, if not I will get bored. LOL!

Amrita said...

Hey Connie...belacan.....

I have the same prob as connie.....and even when I blend it, the next day after staying in the fridge it becomes extremely thick again......sigh

Little Corner of Mine said...

Amrita,
Hmmm...don't know how to help you with that, since you encountered the same problem as Connie, perhaps you is better to answer your question.

Mine after in the fridge, still as smooth like the one in my picture. The consistency is like kaya spread, not thick.

Angie said...

Ching, lovely kaya. And I love the buns in the earlier posts ;p

Little Corner of Mine said...

Thanks Angie! :)

babe_kl said...

i wonder if i can get similar breadmaker here in KL?

Little Corner of Mine said...

babe_kl,

Hmmm...I have no idea. But the most important is to find a breadmaker that has dough and jam functions.