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New Year and new beginnings. What has this new year brought you so far? We hope you will experience peace, joy and love in greater measure this year.
Rosy's Kitchen hopes to bring something new to your eating experiences this year. We will be doing our first Kaya drop-off of 2013 on the 26th January.
Rosy’s Kitchen - Homemade Kaya
Kaya, meaning ‘rich’ in the Malay Language, is a fragrant coconut-egg jam believed to originate from Southeast Asia . It has a smooth, velvety texture and a sweet taste. The locals in Malaysia and Singapore typically spread kaya over warm buttered toast (“kaya toast”). Here in the UK , we also enjoy kaya with crumpets, English muffins, croissants, etc as a spread. Some have used it to cook desserts.
Rosy’s Kitchen believes that good kaya can only be made with love, in small batches and using only the finest ingredients. We use free-range eggs sourced from our local farm, premium quality coconut milk and make each batch of kaya by hand. Our kaya is always freshly made and do not contain any artificial colours, flavouring or preservatives.
We look forward to introduce you to new flavours, or to rekindle nostalgic memories of Southeast Asia.