Pan De Sal - Filipino Bread Rolls

Pan De Sal - Filipino Bread Rolls created by Jackmenlar

I grew up eating pan de sal for breakfast or merienda (snack). My favorite was Baliwag-style, enriched with milk, butter and egg. Knead dough in bread machine, then shape and bake in regular oven. Breadcrumbs provide that distinctive crunchy crust. Masarap (delicious)! **Dough ball should be as sticky as the back of a Post-it Note. Otherwise, add up to 2 TBL of flour or water, as needed.**

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directions

  • Microwave milk on High for 30 seconds; Warm uncracked egg to room temperature by placing in hot water for 60 seconds, then beat lightly; Melt or soften butter to room temperature.
  • Select "Dough" cycle; Add all ingredients, EXCEPT for breadcrumbs, in the order your machine requires.
  • First Rise: When the machine is done kneading, the dough will be sticky (gooey dough means moist pan de sal); Place dough in a bowl greased with Pam spray and spray top of dough with more Pam; Cover and let rise in a warm place for 45 minutes, or until doubled in volume (To test: gently poke dough with two fingers; if it leaves an impression without springing back, it is doubled).
  • Second Rise: Gently deflate dough with your fist, then use a plastic spatula to divide dough into 24 ovals and roll them in the breadcrumbs.
  • Line up ovals in a 9x13" ungreased cake pan with the rolls touching; that way, the pan de sal use each other for height support and not spread out like ciabatta; Let rise a second time for 30 minutes; Meanwhile, preheat oven to 375 deg. F.
  • Bake for 15 minutes, or until tops are golden brown.
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"I grew up eating pan de sal for breakfast or merienda (snack). My favorite was Baliwag-style, enriched with milk, butter and egg. Knead dough in bread machine, then shape and bake in regular oven. Breadcrumbs provide that distinctive crunchy crust. Masarap (delicious)! **Dough ball should be as sticky as the back of a Post-it Note. Otherwise, add up to 2 TBL of flour or water, as needed.**"
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  1. jenkin clive d.
    what kind of bread flour did you use??
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  2. Rita W.
    I don't have a bread machine. Can use the conventional method?
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  3. mailyn c.
    Hi, can i use a stand miser instead of the bread machine?
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  4. Miaelaine w
    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.
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  5. Jackmenlar
    Pan De Sal - Filipino Bread Rolls Created by Jackmenlar
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