Pan de Sal – Filipino Bread Rolls

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  • Published Aug 11th
  • Ready In3h 8m
  • Servings20
  • Calories72

The dough for this rolls are made using a bread maker. No more kneading! These rolls taste fantastic, best I’ve ever had. Bread improver is easy to find in some countries, but if it is not available, you may leave it out.

Pan de Sal – Filipino Bread Rolls Ingredients

The following are the ingredients needed to make delicious Pan de Sal – Filipino Bread Rolls for 20 servings:

  • 2 1/2 teaspoons active dry yeast
  • 3 1/4 cups bread flour
  • 3/4 teaspoon bread improver
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 2 tablespoons margarine
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 cup canned evaporated milk
  • 1 cup canned evaporated milk
  • 1/2 cup dry bread crumbs

Pan de Sal – Filipino Bread Rolls Cooking Instructions

  • Prep3h
  • Cook8m
  • Ready In3h 8m

To cook Pan de Sal – Filipino Bread Rolls, you need about 3 hours of preparation time. The time needed to cook this Pan de Sal – Filipino Bread Rolls is about 8 minutes , and you can serve your Pan de Sal – Filipino Bread Rolls within 3 hours 8 minutes . The following are the steps to cook Pan de Sal – Filipino Bread Rolls easily:

  1. 1 Place the yeast, bread flour, bread improver, sugar, salt, margarine, eggs, and 1 cup of evaporated milk into a bread machine in the order recommended by the manufacturer. Select the Dough cycle, and press start.
  2. 2 When the cycle has ended, remove the dough from the machine, and form into 2 inch balls. Dip each ball in the remaining evaporated milk, then in the dry bread crumbs. Place the rolls on a baking sheet crumb-side up. Cover loosely with a cloth or plastic, and let rise until doubled in size, about 30 minutes.
  3. 3 Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Bake rolls for 8 minutes, or until golden brown on the top and bottom.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 72 calories; 3.6 grams of fat; 7.2 grams of carbohydrates; 2.9 grams of protein; 26 milligrams of cholesterol; 95 milligrams of sodium.

  1. Feb 4th 2012

    Very easy, and doesn't take too long to make . . .all things considered! I left out the bread improver--didn't have it, didn't know what it was, so I looked it up. Apparently a sub is crus ...

  2. Aug 20th 2011

    I make this every week without bread improver and using a bread machine on dough cycle. I get lots of compliments. I use this recipe to make AN PAN, Cinnamon rolls, Hamberger buns, and din ...

  3. Mar 31st 2011

    As a long time baker, I know I could be overly critical, but... I made these a few weelast weekend to go with our Asian BBQ. No one cared for them and didn't eat them. They were heavy and ...

  4. Mar 13th 2011

    These turned out brilliantly! Some notes: 1) They brown quickly. In my oven (two batches) 8 minutes was not enough, 10 minutes was a tiny bit too much (but still divine). 2) I cut the dough ...

  5. Jun 17th 2010

    amazing recipe...very delicious...since i made this recipe, my family never went out to buy pandesal...i usually do this recipe before i go to bed and just leave it overnight to rise...i bak ...

  6. Sep 2nd 2008

    This recipe is SO easy that my 12yr old son made it today. We didn't have the bread improver but it still came out delicious! Soft and tasty, just like the stores!

  7. Jun 30th 2007

    This reipe is convenient to make in the bread machine. A little bit bland, maybe I'll add a little bit more salt next time.

  8. May 14th 2007

    YUM! Turned out perfect, just like the pan de sal i buy at the commissary (sp?) on base! As per the previous reviewer, I let the rolls rise in a 150 degree oven for 30 minutes then baked for ...

  9. Apr 16th 2007

    Very easy recipe, especially with a bread machine. Floured my hands and a cutting board to make working with the dough easier. Let the rolls rise in a warm oven (150 degrees) for half an h ...