Baking Pandesal with Fillings

Learn how to make the dough and the possibilities are endless. From one basic dough, you can create different breads both savory and sweet such as the ones shown below. You can use the dough to make Spanish bread, cheese bread, dinner rolls, fruit and nut, corned beef, asado, etc.,

One time my sister gave me some lechon from her husband’s birthday party and i used this filling inside a Pandesal dough instead of the usual paksiw. Now, the cooking of the filling is not a problem, most of us know how to cook adobo and asado, or anything sauteed or ginisa.

It is the making or mixing of the dough that is problematic which is why most choose to take a lesson outside of their kitchen.

But once perfected, you can do anything with your dough.

So like i said, this is a Pandesal dough with corned beef and leftover Siopao Asado filling.

Flatten the dough, (25 gram portion), place the filling at the center.

Fold to cover the filling and press the edges to seal.

Fold the sides and seal. Then dredge in fine breadcrumbs.

packing up for take home, as you can see this is my student’s first time to every bake a bread so the shape of the rolls are a less than perfect from my usual posts.

For baking lessons, sherqv17@gmail.com

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