Saturday, September 9, 2017

Malungay Pandesal Recipe


Hello followers! its time to share another  recipe this time,  is the all time breakfast favorite pandesal but with a twist "malungay pandesal". This recipe is requested by one of my youtube viewer.
for the malungay I used frozen I thawed and chopped it, you can use a blender but  i want to have nice bits in my pandesal so I just finely chopped it. You can also used the dried or the powder but reduce it to 1/2 cup.
 im not a fan of bread crumbs so I used finely crushed graham crackers.but feel free to use bread crumbs.


Ingredients:


3/4 cup Malungay  Chopped I used frozen 1-8 oz package
4-1/2 cups Bread flour
1/2 cup Granulated sugar ( add more 1/4  if you want your pandesal sweet)
1/4 cup Vegetable oil
1/2 tbsp salt
1 tbsp Yeast ( I used Saf instant premium yeast)
2 eggs
1 cup  Warm water or milk
2 tbsp Melted butter unsalted
3-4 cups Bread crumbs for coating


Procedure:

1) Add 1 tbsp of Granulated sugar into the warm water/milk then sprinkle in the yeast whisk and set it aside.

2) Combine flour, sugar and the salt.

3) To knead my dough as always I used my bread machine you can also knead the dough by your hand. Until it get smooth and elastic.

4) In the  bread machine bucket pour in the milk/water yeast mixture, follow the malungay and stir and add the rest of the ingredients.

5) Put back the bucket into the bread machine and turn on the dough cycle. Once the machine finish kneading the dough. Take the dough and transfer it into greased bowl (grease a large bowl with 1/2 tbsp vegetable oil). Let it rise for 1 hr.

6) After 1 hr punched down the dough and start dividing the dough I weigh mine 50g each. Shape the dough into a ball and coat it with bread crumbs and  place it 2 inch apart in the baking sheet. let it rise  again for another 1 hr.


7) Preheat your oven 350 F and bake it for 15-18 minutes of until the tops is slightly brown.

enjoy..

3 comments:

  1. Love all your videos,easy to follow and all baking tips!can you make ube hopia too?craving for hopia sometimes but I can't find it yet in all your compilation of videos!looking forward to this!thank you!keep on baking!๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜„

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  2. Hi, if u use malunggay flakes, you must pour I teaspoon only per 1 kilo of flour, and 1/4 teaspoon powdered malunggay for every 1 kilo flour.

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