Monday, September 17, 2018

Filipino Spanish Bread Rolls




This month’s Kitchen of the Month was Aparna of My DiverseKitchen.  She shared a recipe for Filipino Spanish Bread Rolls, a delicious egg-enriched bread, rolled like a crescent roll, and filled with sugar or cinnamon sugar and bread crumbs.



Because this was a basic dough, I decided to use my bread machine to do the mixing, kneading, and proofing.  That gave me time to prepare the cinnamon sugar filling.
 






For shaping, I chose to roll half the dough into a crescent shape, and the other half into the traditional rectangular roll.  They both tasted the same!





Not wanting to consume them all by myself, I did share them with friends.  All pronounced them delicious!  This is definitely a repeat recipe.  And, they sure are an appropriate accompaniment to a cup of coffee or tea.




To find the recipe and the shaping possibilities, go to Aparna’s blog and you will be treated to yummy photos and stories as well.
 

  



6 comments:

hobby baker Kelly said...

Wow, your crescents are so perfectly shaped!

Karen said...

These look great! Perfect with coffee.

Cathy W. said...

What a fabulous idea to use a bread machine to mix the dough. Your rolling and shaping is perfect.

Elizabeth said...

You are noble to have shared these lovely rolls. I really like that you did two versions of the shaping: crescents and jellyroll-style.

Katie Zeller said...

Perfect for breakfast! Or coffee... Or tea...

Aparna said...

Your rolls look perfect. Wish mine had turned out this good.
Some of mine got pretty happy in the oven as well. :)