Monday, June 11, 2018

Pandesal/Filipino Bread Rolls

Pandesal which is also known as Pan de Sal is a popular bread rolls which is quite common in Philipines. Pan de sal which means Salt bread in Spanich is quite a common bread there and this bread calls for usual ingredients like flour, eggs, yeast,sugar and salt. And the particularity of this bread is they are rolled finally on bread crumbs before baking. This gives a fabulous look to these bread rolls. This bread is a most known among the Filipino bread do exists. This bread tastes slightly sweet, absolutely soft and fluffy white bread rolls to enjoy with some salted butter and jam. But we loved this bread rolls with both nutella and honey. Yes this cuties are dangerously addictive and this rolls reminds me of our own milk buns do exists in most of the bakeries in India.

Pandesal, Pan De sal

Am running this week's blogging marathon with Pick an Asian countries, obviously i opted for Philipines which is a SouthEastern Asian Country. After Srilanka, am taking you all to Philipines and this country's cuisine is quite unknown for me. Actually i want to explore this cuisine after trying this Pandesal. Though many of their ingredients arent that much easy to get if you are living far away from this Country still am planning to try some of their dishes with available ingredients. Most of their dishes are loaded with meats,seafoods, however some delightful dishes like Pandesal do exists in this cuisine. This bread is quite easy one to bake and definitely an incredible bread to enjoy at anytime of the day. We loved this bread very much as they are extremely soft and delicious.

Filipino Bread Rolls, Pandesal

Recipe Source: Here
1+1/2cups All purpose flour
1cup Bread flour
1tsp Instant yeast
1/4cup Sugar
50grams Butter (melted)
1/2tsp Baking powder
1/2tsp Salt
1/2cup Bread crumbs
1tbsp Oil
1 Egg
1cup Milk

Take the all purpose flour, bread flour, sugar, salt, yeast, baking powder in a bowl.

Meanwhile luke warm the milk, whisk the egg to the milk.

Now add the milk,melted butter to the flour mixture and knead everything as a smooth dough.

Grease a bowl with oil and drop the kneaded dough, wrap it and leave it in aside until they double their volume.

Once the dough gets doubled, punch it and drop them to a kitchen top.

Filipino Bread Rolls, Pan De sal

Knead again for a while and divide the dough into 3-4 balls. Roll each balls as a cylindrical shape.

Slice the dough diagonally to make some balls,. Roll the sliced dough over the bread crumbs.

Place them on a baking tray lined with baking sheet. Let the dough aside for half an hour until they rise.

Preheat the oven to 350F, arrange the tray in middle rack of the oven and bake for 20-25inutes until the crust turns golden in colour.

Remove the tray and let the pandesal gets cool a bit.

Serve hot with butter or else with any other spreads.

Pandesal, Filipino Bread

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10 comments:

Varadas Kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

Rolling in breadcrumbs sounds very interesting. The texture and color of this roll is fantastic. Awesome bake, Priya!

Srivalli said... Reply To This Comment

What a fantastic looking roll Priya, wonderful find! I might have chosen some simple ones, but then you are a baking queen and nothing is tough anyways for you!

Kalyani said... Reply To This Comment

That’s a great find, priya ! You make baking seem so easy ; and gorgeous Rolls these are

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said... Reply To This Comment

Those buns look so inviting! Love the wonderful color of the buns and rolling them in bread crumbs is something I have never done before.

Harini R said... Reply To This Comment

The rolls look so tempting. Never knew that these can be rolled in breadcrumbs and baked.

Mayuri Patel said... Reply To This Comment

Priya love your bread basket. As to the pandesals, aren't they absolutely yummy? I baked them in April. So soft and the bread crumbs add an interesting texture , look and taste to the rolls.

Gayathri Kumar said... Reply To This Comment

The rolls are really beautiful Priya. The bread crumb coating add a nice interesting pattern on the rolls and makes it look so pretty. They also look super soft..

Ritu Tangri said... Reply To This Comment

These bread rolls are looking awesome. Bread crumb coating is something I never knew before and it has added to the beauty of the rolls

Preeti Garg said... Reply To This Comment

perfectly baked bread... love the addition of bread crumb texture...

Renu said... Reply To This Comment

This looks so good, perfectly baked and such nice color. Rolling in bread crumb is different. awesome