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A true Filipino never misses the morning without dipping a single pandesal in a burning-hot coffee or milk. Pan de sal are the ‘premordials’ giving joy to the Filipino citizens for numerous years. 69 more words

Pan De Sal

Contrary to the literal meaning “salt bread”, Pandesal is slightly sweet rather than salty. It is soft and has a crunchy crust and usually dipped in hot coffee.  468 more words

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Pandesal at Kape

Pandesal or Bread of Salt (which is also the title of a popular short story written by NVM Gonzales) is probably the most popular bread in the Philippines. 51 more words


My Mom's Pan de Sal

I had always thought that pan de sal means “bread of the morning,” but it actually means “salted bread.” This is interesting because these rolls are anything but salty. 636 more words

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Shirogi Pan De Kofi Pandesal Re-Revisited

It’s already been a year ago since our author first got a taste of the very delicious and yummy pandesal bread of Iligan City, Shirogi Pandesal. 618 more words