Pandesal is a Spanish word for “salt bread”. It is a rounded bread usually eaten by Filipinos during breakfast. It is made of flour, eggs, lard, yeast, sugar, and salt. It has a soft, powdery texture, and is eaten in a number of ways combined with sandwich spreads. Despite the literal meaning of its name, the taste of pandesal varies from bland to slightly sweet.
How To Make Pandesal For Business
Measuring cups/ spoons (plastic or stainless steel)
Stainless bowl # 32 (2 pcs.)
Oven (8 planza thermostat)
Bread flour 30 kg.
Water 500 g
Refined sugar 120 g
Vegetable shortening 50 g
Salt 10 g
Instant yeast 7 g
Bread crumbs .25g
One of the methods in bread making is the straight-dough method. The procedures are simple and can be done in your own home.
1.Preheat oven at 175oC.
2.Mix all ingredients.
3.Knead the dough, place in bowl, cover with damp cheesecloth and leave for two hours.
4.Punch dough to remove air.
5.Divide the dough into 16 equal portions (about 550 g. per piece).
6.Form each dough piece with approximate length of 30 inches and roll in breadcrumbs.
7.Rest dough for 45 minutes.
8.Cut dough into 20 equal portions (about 27.5 g. per piece).
9.Roll in breadcrumbs and arrange on baking trays in cut side up manner.
10.Proof until double in size in warm and moist proofing cabinet (about 32-34°C with 85% relative humidity).
11.Bake for 12-15 minutes or until golden brown.
Finished product will result in 2,700 pcs. of pandesal.
* The higher the volume of production per day (i.e., more than 2,700 pcs.), the lower the production cost, thus increasing the markup to more than 10%.
* If price per kilogram. is lower compared with the existing market price, increase the markup to more than 10%.
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