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Tried this recipe and it came out real good just like how I remembered back in the Manila and instead of 1 egg, I used 2 eggs, and it came out great thanks!
I am from the philippines growing up eating pan de sal in breakfast and move in the usa,ill try to find pan de sal recipe in the internet but everytime I made it,it does not come out good,im glad I found this perfect recipe for pan de sal,it is absolutely breathtaking seems I am a proffesional baker...
I tried this recipe and my pan de sal came out great! My husband loves it and could not get enough of it. I only baked it for 10 minutes.
I made this today. It was pretty good. I didn't wait for it to turn golden because I didn't want a hard top. I like it soft all over. I baked it for 15 mins but I kept an eye on it to make sure it didn't turn golden. I will definitely make this one again. Thanks.
This is the best recipe i've ever tried so YUMMYYYYY!!! Thanks to May M:-)
I made this recipe and got good coments from my husband and friends. I baked different recipes and this was the best. I made 2 recipes at once. I used to make pan de sal with more than one egg and this is better. I used bread machine and will try to make it with stand mixer to see the difference. Great and easy recipe.
rated Y - Y FOR YUMMY i managed to over cook the bottum a little any tips on fixing this?
Your recipe makes the lightest, moistest, tastiest pan de sal I've ever baked. I followed the recipe almost exactly, I baked them at 350F for 20 minutes (I forgot to read the oven temp). Thank you for the excellent recipe! It is definitely a keeper.
This is so good. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe! I cut the sugar in half and added flax seeds. It still turned out well.