July 2, 2010

Food Friday: Pan de Sal Crescent Rolls

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Filipino Crescent Rolls

These soft sweet crescent rolls are called Spanish rolls in the Philippines. They have more eggs and are sweeter than regular pan de sal, almost as rich as ensaimada. Just like pan de sal they are rolled in very fine bread crumbs before baking making them uniquely Filipino. I filled the crescent shaped rolls with brown sugar and vanilla paste. So soft, so delicious specially when freshly baked and hot.

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8 comments:

Abby said...

Wow, those look delicious!!

maiylah said...

yummmmm... fresh and hot! they'd be awesome dipped in hot choco...or coffee. :)

thanks again, Ms. Oggi
enjoy your weekend!

oggi said...

Abby, they are so yummy!

Maiylah, with hot chocolate, yum yum.

Joy said...

They look so good. I have been meaning to make spanish rolls.

oggi said...

Joy, I made the other half of the dough into plain rectangular shapes. They were filled with cheese. They're also good.

aubrey said...

can you share the recipe pls:)....

Anonymous said...

Hi Ms. Oggi, can you please share the recipe, pls.

Oggi said...

Anonymous@8/615
The Baliwag-style pandesal recipe is here. Roll pieces into crescent shape (filled or plain).

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