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Egg Pandesal Recipe

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*my hot pandesal snack a while back, with butter and blueberry fillings*

2 eggs.
1 kilogram of all-purpose flour.
2 tablespoons of yeast.
¾ cup of sugar.
1/3 cup of oil.
1 teaspoon of salt.
1 cup of powdered milk.
1/3 cup of margarine.
2 cups of water, luke-warm.

Combine salt, sugar and all-purpose flour.

Dissolve yeast and 1 tbsp sugar in luke warm ½ cup for 5-10 minutes and let rise. Set aside.

Sift the flour, measure. Make hallow in the center, add yeast mixture and margarine.

Proofing time 60 minutes. Baking time 20 minutes until done.

Make baston, roll in bread crumbs.


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I remember every morning my father used to go to the bakery shop to buy pandesal ... it definitely tastes much better if still warm. Sometimes when we accompany him the pack would be long gone before we arrive home! lol ...

Ahhh, those were the days. Too bad that bakery shop closed, though. We loved their recipe since it wasn't as sweet as the others; nowadays most of the bread at our hometown are sweeter than it was before. Or maybe I'm just imagining things too much. ;P

4 shared thoughts:

Mike at: Wed Sep 12, 11:30:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Dang this looks so good. I am going to see if I can get my wife to make it for me.

leroi at: Thu Apr 24, 04:06:00 AM GMT+8 said...

parang gusto kung subukang gumawa ng pandesal. miss ko na eto. wala dito nito.

pastrygirl at: Tue Sep 09, 12:38:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Not to sound dumb or anything but the procedure seems a bit incomplete....what do I do after I add the yeast mixture and margarine? Do I knead til the mixture is soft and sticky? What about the 1/3 cup oil? what am I going to do with it?

Anonymous at: Mon Jan 05, 10:54:00 PM GMT+8 said...

is any one tried this recipe? please let me know thanks

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