My post for the softest ever pandesal is one of the most popular on this blog. No surprise there; pandesal is the ultimate Filipino bread roll. With such a strong predecessor, is there any way to top that recipe? Why, yes. Enter the corned beef pandesal.
Meal Type: Snacks
Ensaymada is the Filipino answer to Puerto Rico’s pan de mallorca. Both are equally sweet, rich, buttery breads and they share the same coiled shape.
Ginataang bilo-bilo is a common merienda (snack) in the Philippines. It is also known as ginataang halo-halo (don’t you just love reduplication in the Filipino language?). I’ve seen this sold on the sidewalks in little plastic cups and served in local eateries.