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    Wednesday, April 25, 2012

    Pan De Sal



    Pan de sal is a Spanish term for "salt bread" it is the most popular breakfast bread in the Philippines, as early as 4:00 o'clock in the morning you can hear the vendors shouting "PANDESAL" around the neighborhood. The coffee in the houses are ready and the people are waiting for that shout and they are ready to buy the bread.  I think there is nothing as good as the homemade freshly bake pandesal. So here is the recipe for it.

    Ingredients:
    3 cups flour
    1 tablespoon yeast
    1/4 cup warm water
    1 egg ( beaten)
    1/4 teaspoon salt
    1/2 cup melted butter
    4 tablespoons sugar
    3/4 cup milk

    Procedure:
    1. Combine the flour, sugar and salt, set aside.
    2. Combine the warm water and yeast  ( let it stand for 8 minutes allowing the yeast to be dissolved and grow)
    3. Combine procedure 1 & 2 then add the egg, milk and butter  and mix well and knead it  until you form a firm dough.

    4. Let the dough rise for an hour by putting it in a big deep bowl and cover it with a damp cloth.
    5. After procedure #4 roll the dough until you form a long roll, and slice it diagonally about an inch size each slice.




    6. Sprinkle each slice with bread crumbs then let it stand for 40 minutes allowing it to rise then bake at 150 degrees celcius for 15 minutes. ( Preheat the oven for 10 minues before baking)
    7. Serve it hot and with a smile :-)


    It is my first time to try this, and I am happy with the result but I want to do it again and improve it more:-) Have fun baking! 
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    17 comments:

    1. masarap nyan palamanan ng lady's choice.. tapos my milo.. haizz.. :)

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      1. hahhhhahah i remember my younger days :D

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    2. wow..i'll definitely try this one sis...been looking for recipes online few days back. i decided to observe the recipes from someone you know and trust :) i'll comment again how my pandesal will go. :) thanks for sharing.
      hugs -- sis sheru

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    3. ayy salamat po sa pag share nyu sa recipe nyo..lalo na sa pandesal..mkakagawa na ako nito..na sariling lasa tlaga..tnks po tlaga..

      God bless po ..

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      1. you are welcome, make sure that the east is active for best result.

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    4. How long it will last the pandesal

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    5. Hello I am very thankful sa pag share mo nang recipe ,madami akong na22nan sa mga recipes mo 👍❤️❤️❤️ Sana po Hindi ka mag sawa sa pag share sa mga nalalaman mo na luto.

      God bless po

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    6. Is there any subtitute for yeast?

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      1. No.Yeast is still the best for this recipe.

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    7. Ms. Mely is it ok to use "active dry yeast"?
      Thank you so much and more power!

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    8. Can i use instant active dry yeast ms melly?

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    9. hi ms mely, pwede po ba i-prepare ung dough a night before or mag rest sya ng over night?then bake it early morning the next day?thank you po..

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    Item Reviewed: Pan De Sal Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Mely
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