Saturday, February 25, 2012

pan de sal - Filipino Bread

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in july 2007, 3 months into my pregnancy, I enrolled in Essential Baking and Pastry Arts Series at Chef Heny Sison's Culinary School where Chef Vicki Villanueva taught us how to make pandesal, spanish bread, ensaymada etc.... 

Pandesal is probably the most popular bread in the Philippines. This bread is the favorite “agahan” (breakfast food) of most Pinoys (slang for Filipino) and can be eaten plain or with “palaman” (filling). In the Philippines, all bake shops and bakeries sell Pandesal. 

Sometimes, this is sold in rolling stores(usually a honking bicycle with a big box on the back). When purchasing from a neighborhood bakery, be sure to be there before 8 am. 

we cook this Fresh panDeSal in my kitchen.

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