Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Vegetarian Kaya @ Pumpkin Coconut Jam

Wow.... its already autumn on the other side of the globe ! Time gone by too quickly and year 2016 is just less than two months away. Can you believe that ! A few days back I watched a movie called "THE BUCKET LIST". Have any one of you watch this movie before  ? Its a great movie. Life is just so short after all. So, since pumpkin is on season and its selling quite cheap now. I bought one the other day to try out the pumpkin coconut kaya jam recipe which I've been waiting for. Never too late to try something new. And here's what I did.


Ingredients : (4 small jars)
900gm-1 kg  pumpkin, skinned & diced
600gm   coconut milk
360gm   sugar
5 pandanuns leaves, washed & tight into knot

Method :
(1) steamed pumpkin till soft then puree together with coconut milk till silky smooth.
(2) next, add in sugar & pandanus leaves and cook till thickened, then discharged the leaves.
(3) leave to cool before canning.

Does it look like the real kaya ???? Really really smooth & creamy.

I can't wait for any longer. Then quickly spread one tablespoon of warm pumpkin kaya onto the bread and wallop. Its just as delicious as the egg coconut kaya, if extra pandanus juice is added in its even merrier. Should try it out the next time. Hope you guys will love it too ! Enjoy.

9 comments:

Angie Schneider said...

That looks heavenly, Kristy!

Angie Schneider said...

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Pamela Palma said...

I am going to love this sweet treat my dear friend! I make a lot of pumpkin coconut soup, so this sounds great to me! big hugs

Anonymous said...

Looks so yummilicious !! Can u please advise whether the pumpkin weight is before or after the skin is peeled off? I'm dying to try out this recipe!

Thanks ,
Susanna

belleau kitchen said...

wow, what an unusual recipe but I am greatly intrigued and would love some slathered on toast!

My Little Space said...

Hi Susanna,
Welcome to my humble little space. The weight for pumpkin is after skinned. Enjoy & Have fun !
Blessings, Kristy

Vivian Pang said...

Looks silky smooth! Going to try out. Thanks for sharing and have a great day!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your helpful info, Kristy! :)

Susanna

Fiona Low said...

Nice Kaya you have my dear... very smooth...

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