Wednesday, May 26, 2010

LOVE FILIPINO PANDESAL?


I DO! I DO! Nothing beats the traditional Filipino breakfast of steaming hot coffee and hot, toasted pandesal. I wonder if they also have it in other countries?!

Either you are in a rich or poor household in the Philippines, you can always find pandesal. It's an all-time favorite. Whether you partake it with as simple as spreading butter in it or dipping it in sardines or partnered with Queso De Bola and Fiesta Ham, it just leaves one satisfied.

...but the most usual that you see on the breakfast table is a pandesal being dipped in the coffee cup! Marvelous! Ever tried that?

6 comments:

bleep said...

love that too....but not during the summer. can't bear to take hot coffee nowadays. and sometimes it's pandesal for me and sometimes SINANGAG(garlic fried rice).

this is making me crave for that ;)

Laura E. Sanchez-Gonzalez said...

I have to say, that even when I have some Filipino friends, I didn't knew how similar to the Spanish food Filipino food is, I knew that Philippines used to be Spanish colony, and that people from there have names in spanish. I am Cuban and I do have had that bread, Pandesal means in Spanish Bread of Salt, and it is delicious.

Thoughts of a Career Woman

lina@happy family said...

I've never tried to eat Pandesal...

yvette said...

this is so true pandesal :) sobrang sarap!

theBluesman said...

send me a plateful of this pandesal, looks inviting to me

Sendo said...

mula siguro nung pinanganak ako eh pandesal na kinakain ko hahahaha

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