Since my childhood days, kaya (coconut jam) toast has always been a main staple of my breakfast diet. Like many families, I always used to look forward to those regular trips to the nearby coffee shop with my family, for our kaya toast fix. And as I grew up, my love and fondness for kaya toast has never wavered.
A new twist on a familiar Singaporean favourite
To mark the SG50 Jubilee Year, Domino’s Pizza has recently launched a brand new twist on this familiar Singaporean breakfast dish.
They have now introduced the Banana Kaya Dessert, which has a generous slab of pandan kaya, made from rich coconut cream, fresh egg and fragrant pandan leaves – all spread over a Domino’s pizza base. It is then topped with oven-baked banana slices and finally, sprinkled with icing sugar.
The Banana Kaya Pizza is about the size of a typical personal pan pizza. This means that if you are feeling particularly hungry, you can gobble up the entire pizza by yourself. Or you can choose to share it with your family or friends, if you have had a lot for dinner prior to ordering the pizza.
Trying out the pizza
When I tried the Banana Kaya Dessert at a Bloggers’ Tasting Session, it immediately evoked a sense of nostalgia in me and reminded me of those carefree childhood days, of heading off to the coffee shop for kaya toast, with my family. The flavour of the kaya in the dessert was rich and satisfying and I thought that the bananas were an interesting addition to the pizza – the fruit did not overwhelm the taste of the kaya. The bananas gave the kaya a slightly fruity, sweeter flavour, that I thought, had balanced out the dessert quite well.
The sprinkling of icing sugar on the top, also added a little extra sweetness to the Banana Kaya Dessert and complemented the appearance of the dessert, giving it a slightly ‘snowy’ look. The pizza base was more filling than a piece of kaya toast – so this made the dessert more satisfying.
This pizza is best eaten when it’s come straight out of the oven – while the crust is still crunchy and not soggy.
Cost of the Banana Kaya pizza
This Banana Kaya Dessert usually costs SGD7.80 but it will be on special at half price (SGD3.90) until 23 August.
Other Promotions from Domino’s Pizza
Besides the Banana Kaya Dessert, Domino’s is also offering discounts on their other savoury pizzas – if you order two regular pizzas, it will cost you SGD22.00 – for a limited period.
There is a wide range of crusts – the Classic Hand-Tossed Crust, the New York Crust, the Thin Crust and the Cheese Burst Crust as well as the new Cheesy Crust – to cater to a variety of pizza lovers. As well, you can choose to top up your pizza with a range of sauces. These include the Sweet & Spicy Sauce, the Smoky BBQ Sauce, the Neapolitan Sauce, the Top Secret Sauce and the Pesto Passion Sauce.
Flavours of pizzas range from traditional favourites such as Hawaiian, Pepperoni and Vegetarian, to more novelty ones like Chilli Prawn and Alfredo Prawn. So there is something to suit the taste buds of all pizza lovers at Domino’s.
In addition, because it is still SG50, Domino’s is offering 50 per cent off their all-time favourite side dishes. These are the Delectable Dessert (Chocolate Lava Cake), Golden Chicken, Napolitana Baked Meatballs, Cinnastix and Roasted Chicken Drummets.
For their pizzas, Domino’s offers the following services to customers. They have a:
- 30-minute delivery guarantee and 15-minute take-out guarantee
- Product Satisfaction Guarantee
- Free Delivery service and
- Nett Pricing charged on pizzas
As well, Domino’s also has a Great Service Pizza Tracker for online orders. This means that consumers will have connectivity to view the status of their orders – that is, from the time they order the pizza to the time that it leaves the store to be delivered to their house.
Thank you The Influencer Network for the media invite.
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