Ube Pandesal

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Ingredients

Dry Ingredients:
4 cups Flour
1 tbsp Instant Yeast
1 tsp Salt
1/3 cup Sugar
1/2 cup Ube Powder
Wet Ingedients:
1 1/3 cups Fresh Milk
1/4 cup Water
2/3 cup Grapeseed Oil
2 tbsp Butter
2 tsp Ube Extract
1 tsp Vanilla Extract
2 drops Purple Food Coloring
Filling
Ube Jam
Cheddar Cheese
Roll
Bread Crumbs

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Ube Pandesal

Nothing can beat a freshly baked bread.

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    During the Covid-19 pandemic, “Ube Pandesal” or (Purple Yam Bread) became the most significant trend in the Philippines. The recipe of Ube Pandesal is similar to the traditional pandesal farmacie-romania.com. The only added ingredients are the Ube extract, ube powder, or ube jam.

    Why this bread become trendy?

    Ube or Purple Yam is a famous dessert all Filipinos know how to make during special occasions like Fiestas, Birthdays, and other significant events like Christmas and New Year. The only downside about this famous Filipino food is the preparation and the cooking process. This dessert needs to stir none stop until it gets the right thickness and consistency.

    Also, to give you an idea of what pandesal is. It is a bread usually eaten during breakfast partnered with hot coffee. I remember when I was little, my grandma will wake us up at 5:00 am to go and walk in the bakery to buy a freshly baked pandesal. Why 5:00 am? We believe that bread is good right around this time when they just removed it from the masonry oven (brick oven) or what we call “pugon” and you have the privilege of picking the biggest and softest ones.

     

    That is my conclusion on why this bread become the most trendy. It is like getting the two most Filipino favorite food in one.

    Nothing can really beat a freshly baked bread.

    Try this recipe and let me know what you think!

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    Steps

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    Step 1:

    Mix all dry ingredients

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    Step 2:

    In a separate bowl mix milk, water and butter and microwave it for 1 minute

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    Step 3:

    Then, add all the rest of the wet ingredients

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    Step 4:

    In a large mixing bowl, add all the dry ingredients and wet ingredients. Mix until well combine.

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    Step 5:

    Start kneading the dough using an electric mixer with the hook attachment for 10 minutes

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    Step 6:

    Keep the dough in the mixing bowl and cover it with a clean towel for 2 hours until it rises

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    Step 7:

    Once I raised, pop the air and start cutting the dough to your prepared size. Form the dough into a round ball

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    Step 8:

    Add the jam o cheese in the middle of each ball

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    Step 9:

    Roll the dough with filling in bread crumbs and put it in a tray

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    Step 10:

    Cover the tray with a clean, dry towel again and let it rise for 1 more hour

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    Step 11:

    Set the oven to 350F and put the Pandesal dough in the oven for 20 minutes

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    Step 12:

    • Serve while hot

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