Sunday, January 17, 2010, 5:19 PM
5 Ways to Enjoy Pan De Sal (or Pan De Leche)
As a person of Philippine descent, I grew up with a soft, moist, and very small dinner roll called Pan de Sal. Even in the Philippines, I looked forward to my daily routine of getting up in time to catch up to the boy that sold it in the morning, though it isn't as moist as it is here. I love its ready availability in the immediate Bay Area, and I can't imagine living without it--it'll be a nightmare trying to find ready-made dinner rolls to mimic the feel of it! Here are my favorite ways to eat it:

Traditional: with sardines
5. As a slider, with chopped onions and a thin ground beef patty (or just cook lumpia meat into a thin patty?)
4. Turkey sandwich (smoked turkey deli meat, American cheese, and mayonnaise)
3. With ice cream (ideally, ube [purple yam] and/or macapuno [soft young coconut], though chocolate, mocha, and cookies n cream still work)
2. With Nutella, maybe add thin banana slices
1. Put in some butter and microwave it for half a minute.

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