Thursday, March 10, 2011

Pandesal Attempt - Project 365 #69

Good morning everyone. I have mentioned from my previous post that my kids and I tried to make pandesal (Filipino version of dinner rolls).  I pulled out a recipe online and the result wasn't like as it shown online hehehe.  
Anyhow, both of my burritos are game in helping me so it was fun making it.  The end product was so densed, I think because the rising time given  on the recipe is very short (only one hour) so it didn't really rose too much.
Ms. Burrito love makapuno so we put some in other pieces, it opened up though lol but it tasted good. 

The reason I don't like baking is.... every time, I do bake, I get burnt wahhh.  I am careless when it comes to  oven but it's worth  burning my skin coz we had so much fun especially the kids.
March 10, 2011:
  • We're giving Ms. Burrito to totally recuperate from her flu and pneumonia so we did not send her to school today.  
  • Hubby is still sick, his shivering and complaining of body and head ache.  Oh it is much harder when  our big baby is sick hehehe.  I hope that he feels better soon because we have plans this Saturday.
  • FIL is still sick too, I feel so bad for him.
  • I just made spaghetti for lunch.
Are you up to the challenge on posting a photo a day? 

32 delicious comments:

Dhemz said...

waaaaaaa...lagi ka talaga napapaso...hehhehe...:)

oh my...parang it takes a lot of ka nang breadmaker sa csn badingding....:)

ChinaDoll said...

If you're gonna try a recipe you found in the net or even cookbook..the outcome will always be different but you can make some adjustments in the recipe the next time you bake. :)

those pandesal looks good! :)


chubskulit said...

Hi sis Dhemz, I actually have a bread maker but I don't see how you can use it to pandesal, unless you use to rise the dough.. I never get a chance to fool with it lol..

Kero said...

nauu yan ang pinak hate ko sa baking -- ang mapaso ng oven waaaah!

great attempt and looks like everyone had fun =)

my entry is here

Dei-Ville said...

all is worth naman when you prepare for someone, but if everything fails, there's always Pan de Manila. =)

Foodamn here

Dei-Ville said...

all is worth naman when you prepare for someone, but if everything fails, there's always Pan de Manila. =)

Foodamn here

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

So sorry to hear that you still have a sick family and a husband is always the worst of all :) Diane

I'm just the MOM said...

mmmm pandesal! I can almost taste it...warm and with butter and sometimes jelly
my grandpa used to get them freh from the bakery every saturday and sunday morning

Cecile said...

yay, pandesal...sarap nyan...miss ko na to eh...pwede tumikim...mukhang masarap eh!

Rose, sa asian market minsan merong langka...pag sinuwerte makakabili ako!

Hazel said...

Upon my word! patikim patikim! Ginutom mo ako sis :)

kat said...

kaya ayaw kong mag bake Rose kasi napapaso talaga ako nyahahaha..

anyway mukhang masarap din naman ah...may kape ako dito, pahingi nyan hehe

♥FoodTripFriday♥ said...

yummy pandesal!

Cheerful said...

hi mommy, miss ko na iyang pandesal...kakagutom etong post mo at mukhang masarap naman lalo na that you're two beautiful kids are helping you! anyway, ako sobrang ingat kapag luto/bake kasi takot ako but kapag prito naman usually natatalsikan ako, :( sana everyone in the family feels better soon...happy friday! :)

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C5 said...

It's really fun especially for the kids! I don't have an oven but my kids would even think of "cooking" bread even if it's just a pan.

FTF #21.

anne said...

Napakatalented nyo talaga girl hahaist siguro if I have oven I will try to make those eh toaster lang itong nandito eh hehehe mine is here

Little World of Fun

January said...

great bonding with the kids.. d bale sa susunod perfect na talaga pan de sal. goodluck sis.. ingat sa oven hehehe..

Food Trip Friday

Laura said...

Too bad you burnt yourself. Baking with the kids is always nice. I made banana bread with my nieces. They bailed out on the work part but showed up when it came out of the oven. I wasn't impressed after buying the ingredients and hauling them from the store on the bus myself. But, their Mother (my sister) isn't the baking/ sewing/ etc type. Likely they won't be either. - I don't use my Blogger account and can't remember my password for any of the OpenID stuff.

DadEngrMommmyLES said...

your bread looks really yummy.

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DadEngrMommmyLES said...

your bread looks really yummy.

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w0rkingAth0mE said...

oi pandesal pamahal n ng pamahal dito yan hehe ...Anyway, saya naman ng bonding na ito at sarap ng pandesal :)

Jenn Valmonte said...

Oh... get well wishes to Ms. Burrito and Mr. K. You take care, too, okay? Well, in time I know you will perfect the pandesal.

my Food Trip Friday post

By the way, am also inviting you to join my food meme, Weekend Eating. It's a food meme every Monday. Details can be read HERE. Hope you can join. Thanks!

Chuchie | Chie Wilks said...

enjoy na enjoy kaung tingnan mommyRose...the pandesal with makapuno looks masarap

anyway, sad to hear about your big baby and miss burito being sick...and ur FIL..hope they'll get well soon. pagaling ka rin sa burnt mo

RyHeAnNe said...

Ang galing magmasa ng dough ni Rylie, petroleum jelly lang katapat ng burnt mo Ateh.

momgen said...

Wow love the pandesal...happy FTF!

mine is here

darly said...

im starting to do the same with my kiddo, i think cooking/baking with our kids are a great way to bond and spend quality time together.

there's always next time for a perfect pandesal, as they say practice makes it perfect- lol!!

Happy foodtripping, hope you check out my entry too
I Love Darly!

Mel Alarilla said...

It is not easy to bake pandesal really especially if you are in the Phils and it will cost you only 2 pesos per piece. But I guess you have to try to learn the art of baking pandesal. I'm sorry to hear that both your hubby and FIL are still sick. I will pray for their divine healing. By the stripes of Jesus they are healed. Amen. Serving them spaghetti will surely make your family happy. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

Cielo said...

Visiting here from FTF #36...

It is nice to note that kahit na nasa ibang bansa kayo sis...ay very Pinoy pa din ang mga kiddos...Love your baking bonding moment sis

Pandesal is very Pinoy...

Brown Pinay
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 gmirage said...

ayy, sis anlaki ng paso! Be sure to treat it...anyway, as you said, the fun is baking is preparing everything with the kids...enjoy!


AC said...

waah!!! wanna try pandesal too... pero takot ako sa bread eh. hehehe... konting mali ng masa, papalpak... dba tumitigas po talaga pag nasobrahan sa masa? haay... at least you've tried dba? and the kids enjoyed, so worth trying and worth the burn. hehe... hope they all get well soon.

catalino said...

pandesal and macapuno! ohhh! yummy!

me, I don't like baking because I don't like the mess the flour makes ;)

cherry said...

wow, making bread from scratch....that's good=)

me, i don't have the patience=)

thanks for the visit, btw=)

Genejosh said...

galing naman ng mga assistants mo sis:) i missed pan de sal:(

thanks for visiting Tasty Exploration

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