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Pandesal

A soft and airy flour roll, pandesal  which is sometimes spelled out as "pan de sal"  is Spanish for "salt bread." However, contrary to its name, the bread is actually relatively sweet. The yeast-raised bread is similar to the Mexican bolillo and is the breakfast bread of choice throughout the Philippines.   10 pcs / bag 700 grams / bag

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Chocolate Pandesal

Chocolate / Tsokolate Pandesal is a bread that's slightly sweet and baked as small, oval loaves. The name comes from the Spanish pan de sal, which means 'bread of salt. We added a little twist. Filled in with dark chocolate. 10 pcs / 1 bag 800 grams / bag

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Ube Pancheesal (Yam

Yam / Ube Pandesal is a  bread that's slightly sweet and baked as small, oval loaves. The name comes from the Spanish pan de sal, which  means 'bread of salt.'  Added with a little bit twist of Yam flavoring and stuffed with cheese. 10 pcs. / bag 800 grams / bag

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Spanish Bread

Spanish Bread is soft bread rolls that are filled with a sweet, buttery paste, dusted with bread crumbs, and baked to golden perfection. Do some people ask why it is called Spanish bread? Yes, there is a connection. This is because Filipinos adopted bread making from Spanish kitchens, and we associated it with many of our meals. Because of our creative minds, we developed different varieties, shapes, and fillings of bread. 10 pcs / 1 bag 800 grams / bag  

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