How To Make Pan De Sal

Maria asks for help on how to make pan de sal. Pan de sal is a favorite bread bun eaten in the Philippines usually for breakfast. Sometimes, it also serves as an inexpensive snack during the morning break (around 10am) or afternoon merienda (around 4pm).

Pan de sal can be eaten as is, or can be sliced open for palaman (what the heck is palaman in English? Filling?). For example, you can put in butter, adobo flakes, corned beef, cheese, mayo, chicken... anything.

Anyway, here are places which feature recipes of pan de sal:

Pan de sal recipe 1
Pan de sal recipe 2

By the way, pan de sal tastes great if cooked in a pugon (clay oven over a wood fire).
[ First posted on 11/15/2002 by Manuel Viloria ]



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