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An exciting twist on the Filipino breakfast staple with ube and salted egg custard!

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Ube Salted Egg Pandesal

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All Purpose Flour

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720.0 g

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Instant Dry Yeast

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15.0 g

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Salt

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2.0 g

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Sugar

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100.0 g

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Milk, warm

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177.0 ml

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Unsalted Butter, melted

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113.0 g

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Egg, beaten

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2.0 pc

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Ube flavoring

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15.0 ml

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Ube powder

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34.0 g

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Water, warm

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177.0 ml

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Knorr Salted Egg Powder 800g

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Dry Ingredients

  • All Purpose Flour 720.0 g

  • Instant Dry Yeast 15.0 g

  • Salt 2.0 g

  • Sugar 100.0 g

Wet Ingredients

  • Milk, warm 177.0 ml

  • Unsalted Butter, melted 113.0 g

  • Egg, beaten 2.0 pc

  • Ube flavoring 15.0 ml

Ube Mixture

  • Ube powder 34.0 g

  • Water, warm 177.0 ml

Dough Preparation

  • Knorr Salted Egg Powder 800g 400.0 g

  • Condensed Milk 480.0 g

  • Evaporated Milk 480.0 g

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An exciting twist on the Filipino breakfast staple with ube and salted egg custard!

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  1. Dry Ingredients

    5 minutes
    • In a mixing bowl, combine all the dry ingredients and mix very well. Set aside.
  2. Wet Ingredients

    5 minutes
    • In a mixing bowl, combine all the wet ingredients and mix very well. Set aside.
  3. Ube Mixture

    3 minutes
    • In another mixing bowl, combine the ube mixture with the wet ingredients. Add the wet ingredients mixture in the dry ingredients and mix very well. Set aside.
  4. Salted Egg Filling

    5 minutes
    1. Combine everything in a bowl until well-combined.
    2. Transfer to a piping bag or squeeze bottle. Set aside.
  5. Dough Preparation

    1 hour
    1. In a stainless station, kneed the dough until smooth.
    2. Place the dough in an oiled mixing bowl. Brush the surface of the dough with oil to avoid drying. Cover the bowl with damp cloth and rest for 1 hour.
    3. After 1 hour, punch the dough to release the gas. Place the dough in the kneeding station, portion the dough to 45g each and form into round shape.
    4. Dredge the portioned dough with bread crumbs (moisten the dough to adhere the crumbs if needed).
    5. Place the dough in a baking pan and proof for 30 minutes.
    6. Bake at 330-350F for 20 minutes.
    7. After baking, make a slit at the bottom or at the back part and pipe the salted egg filling.

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FAQs

What is ube pandesal in English? ›

By Jasmine Briones. Jan 21, 2022, Updated May 12, 2023.

Why is my pandesal so hard? ›

Why is the crust on my pandesal so hard? Your bread should be fluffy on the inside and slightly crusty on the outside, but the crust should not be rock hard. If your crust is too hard, it could be the result of under kneading your bread. Make sure your dough is completely smooth after kneading.

Why is my pandesal chewy? ›

Flour. I find that using equal amounts of bread flour and all-purpose flour makes soft and chewy pandesal. Bread flour has higher protein content than all-purpose flour (usually 11-13%) giving the dough its stringy and elastic feature.

Is pandesal a Filipino food? ›

Pandesal, also known as Pan de sal (Spanish: pan de sal, lit. "salt bread") is a staple bread roll in the Philippines commonly eaten for breakfast. It is made of flour, yeast, sugar, oil, and salt.

What does ube mean in Filipino? ›

Ube is a major vegetable crop in the Philippines. The word ube (pronounced "ooo-bay") comes from the yam's name in Tagalog, the national language of the Philippines. (In the Philippines, it is also called ubi; when sold in seed catalogs in the United States for growing at home it is sometimes called "winged yam").

Is ube from Japan or Philippines? ›

"In my culture, it is commonly made into a jam called ube halaya, then added to foods like Halo-Halo [a shaved ice dessert]." Though ube is originally native to the Philippines, it's recently become an international sensation for its unique color and sweet, starchy flavor.

How do bakeries make bread so soft? ›

Commercial bread is softer due to the steam process used by bakeries, which is made to keep bread hydrated and fresh.

Can you leave pandesal dough overnight? ›

Cover loosely with plastic wrap, and allow to rise at warm room temperature (75°F/24°C) until almost doubled in size, about 1 hour. (Alternatively, cover tightly with plastic wrap, and refrigerate overnight until puffy and soft, between 10 and 12 hours).

What is a fun fact about pandesal? ›

Pandesal is the most popular style of bread in the Philippines. The name comes from the Spanish word meaning “salt bread" and it originated during the 16th century era of Spanish colonization in the Philippines. Pandesal is known for its pillowy texture and signature breadcrumbs on top.

What is the best flour for bread? ›

While bread flour is the best option, it can sometimes be used if you don't have bread flour. “Check the protein content,” advises Chef Jürgen, since it can vary from brand to brand, and an all-purpose flour that contains protein on the higher end of the range, 12 to 13 percent, will produce a better outcome.

Is pandesal healthy? ›

Is Pandesal healthy? HEALTH BENEFITS OF PAN DE SAL: Pan de sal has 4 grams of protein, 25 grams of carbohydrates, 1 gram fiber, and 3 grams of fat. Pandesal also has iron, which is necessary for developing hemoglobin, for carrying oxygen in the blood. This is helpful for people with anemia and pregnant women.

How long should you knead bread dough? ›

Kneading length varies greatly in yeast bread recipes. Some doughs take just 3–5 minutes, while others can take up to 10–15 minutes. For those longer knead times, if your arms are getting tired, feel free to pop the dough back into your stand mixer and use the dough hook for a few minutes to give your hands a break.

Why do Filipinos love pandesal? ›

For us Filipinos, this could be traced way back to our childhood when our parents would serve it for breakfast or as our baon for school. Who can forget pandesal with hotdog, pandesal with your hot choco drink, or pandesal with your favorite palaman?

How do Filipinos eat pandesal? ›

A freshly baked pandesal is great on its own, but Filipinos most commonly eat it dipped in coffee or hot chocolate, filled with breakfast staples like Spam and eggs, or topped with rich spreads like peanut butter, coconut jam, or kesong puti (fresh farmer's cheese).

What is the most popular bread in the Philippines? ›

Pandesal is the most popular local bread in the Philippines.

What is the name of ube in English? ›

Dioscorea alata – also called purple yam, ube (/ˈuːbɛ, -beɪ/), or greater yam, among many other names – is a species of yam (a tuber). The tubers are usually a vivid violet-purple to bright lavender in color (hence the common name), but some range in color from cream to plain white.

What is the English name for ube candy? ›

Traditionally made with ube (Filipino sweet potato), this recipe will work with any purple or orange sweet potato or yam.

Is sweet potato and ube the same? ›

For the uninitiated, ube (pronounced ooh-bae) is a starchy vegetable also as known as a purple yam. But it is not the same as purple sweet potatoes, though they are similar and can be substituted in recipes. Ube is often confused with Stokes Purple sweet potatoes or Okinawan sweet potatoes which are also purple.

What is the English name for ube powder? ›

Purple Yam, Powder made from an Ube, a tuberous root -vegetable, that is bright lavender in color, that is dried and then pulverized. Used in a wide variety of desserts and other food applications.

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