Making Eggs Singapore Style
You know we love to cover all things eggs. We found this amazing write up at Popgadget on eating eggs in Singapore and Malaysia. We had no idea that coconut milk and eggs would mix so well together on toast and there would be even more kitchen contraptions to cook eggs there.
The traditional breakfast in Singapore and Malaysia is toast slathered with kaya (a jam made from coconut milk and eggs, and scented with pandan leaves) and butter, a couple of soft-boiled eggs lightly drizzled with soya sauce, and hot coffee (condensed milk optional). It was only when I tried to prepare this myself that I realised just how tricky making the perfect soft-boiled egg was. Delia Smith notwithstanding, I find making soft-boiled and hard-boiled eggs an inexact science. Fortunately for those of us who aren’t domestic goddesses, there are gadgets to help.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 5, 2006 9:10 AM