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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Spanish Roll Recipe

Spanish Rolls with Sweet Bean filling

 Spanish Rolls are one of a classic Filipino bread next to Pandesal and Ensaymada. This is one of my favorite growing up! until up to this days, I have no idea why they called it Spanish Rolls. I don't think there is Spanish into it. I tried to do some research but I can't get any answered right.
Typically Spanish Rolls are soft bread dough rolled into a sheet, brushed with melted butter and sprinkled with breadcrumbs and sugar. This time, I made the filling out of sweet bean paste instead of the classic butter, sugar and breadcrumbs, but the process remain the same.
A perfect way to start your day with a glass of hot chocolate next to homemade bake Spanish rolls.
Below it the recipe of Spanish Rolls with sweet bean paste filling.

 Note: You can just totally use butter,sugar and breadcrumbs for filling:)
Filling:                
1 cup peeled mung beans
1 1/2 cups water- add as you go:)
4 teaspoon brown sugar- taste according to your preference
Splash of vanilla
Directions:
1.) Bring the peeled mung beans and water to boil. Let is simmer until it soft and mushy. 
2.) Add the sugar and splash of vanilla. Let it stand until it thicken until it became like paste.
 3.) Let it cool and refrigerate overnight for best results

Dough:                           
3 1/2 cups flour                        
2/3 cup- Lukewarm water                 
2/3 cup- Lukewarm milk                   
1/2 cup sugar                                  
1/4 cup butter melted                          
1 pack yeast                                          
1 1/2 tsp. salt

Coating/ Sprinkles:
In medium bowl combine sugar and breadcrumbs together. Set aside


 Directions:
1.) Mix the flour, sugar, salt and yeast on the big bowl ans set aside.
2.) Pour the lukewarm water and lukewarm milk into the dry ingredients and mix it well.
3.) Pour the melted butter into the mixture, mix well. Knead the dough until the dough is smooth and elastic bout 15 minutes or so.
4.) Let it rise for 1-2 hours
5.) Divide the dough to 18-22 pieces. Flatten it out, spread the sweet bean paste filling, fold the dough and roll into a breadcrumbs and sugar mixture.
6.) After rolling and coating, covered it with plastic wrap and let it rise for 30-45 minutes.
7.) Bake on 350 preheated oven for about 12-15 minutes, until its golden brown:) ENJOY!

 
( I made 20 pieces of Spanish rolls and they're good!)

60 comments:

  1. yoummie, great

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  2. i like spanish bread!!! :)
    im following u now :p

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  3. Looks delicious, thanks for sharing the recipe!

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  4. I grew up with eating spanishbread n pandesal. Until now pa pala. Hahaha

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    1. Yeah me too, Spanish Bread pala ito not rolls..heheh lets follow each other:)

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  5. I grew up with eating spanishbread n pandesal. Until now pa pala. Hahaha

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  6. I'd never heard of them before, but they look delicious!

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  7. Looks yummy. Spanish roll is one of my favorite breads. Oh, I could already smell it here. I have a pandesal naman here, hehe.

    Mommy Maye

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  8. this is also a favorite merienda of my kids, we love buying it in our neighborhood bakery.

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    1. Super favorite din ito nga kiddies ko:)

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  9. your tutorial looks easy for somebody like me (clueless in the kitchen)

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  10. thanks for sharing this recipe. This is one of my favorite bread. Already bookmarked this page.

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    1. Thank you so much:) This is also one of my favorite!

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  11. I remember our local panaderia calls it spanish bread. Ganyan lang pala kadali gawin.

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    1. Sometimes I called it Spanish Bread too:) Thanks!

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  12. oh, looks so yummy!
    can i have some... haha

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    1. Come on over, Reese! I'll make you some..:)

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  13. Is this the same as spanish bread at our local bakeries? Favorite ko ito!

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    1. It taste the same, kahit ako nga not sure if its rolls or bread:) Pero masarap naman:)

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  14. followed you sis. :) http://cuteanddainty.blogspot.com

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  15. I wish I had a tray full of these in my hands right now!! So good!
    -Jamie
    ChatterBlossom

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    1. I wish, we are just neighbors you can come over anytime:) thank you, Jamie:)

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  16. Wow, looking at your pic makes me feel like I can smell the freshly baked spanish rolls here. Yum! I grew up eating spanish rolls/bread! And yes, it's one of my favorites too! ♥

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  17. It looks so yummy..am still considering what to bake this week.

    Dominique @Dominique's Desk

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  18. Ooh, this looks good! We're baking banana muffins this week, and I want this for next. Thanks for the recipe! :-)

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    1. Thank you! I love banana muffin too.. Happy Holy Week:)

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  19. I've never had Spanish bread. I must try this!

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  20. Love Spanish bread and I love Mungo bread, you combined them in this recipe! Yum! I wish I knew how to bake. By the way, I followed you. Thanks.

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  21. This is best eaten when hot paired with coffee! Hay... tapos maraming filling na butter sa loob. Yum!

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    1. I'm totally with you, Farida. Perfect for breakfast:) Thanks!

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  22. This is one of my fave bread especially with coffee.. :)

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  23. parang sarap yan..di ko pa tikman yong may sweet bean filling. thanks for sharing the recipe

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  24. I love Spanish bread or roll but haven't tasted one with mungbean. I'll copy your recipe, maybe I can do this with my kids.

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    1. It's good, I love the traditional filling too . Thank you! I enjoyed making it with my kids sana kayo din:)

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  25. So that's how it's done. Nice! I want one.

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  26. super favorite ko yan! as in I can eat like 50 pesos worth especially if you toast it in the oven!

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    1. Thank you, Leslie. It's my favorite too:)

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  27. Is this the same as spanish bread? The bakery near our house sells them. However, they have a custardy filling instead of the monggo.

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    1. Yeah the bread dough is the same, and the sweet bean filling is kinda look the same with the custardy filling like in Pinas.:) I totally change the filling but still good:)

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  28. I love spanish bread its one of my fav and pandesal too. I love your blog im keeping it tlga coz i will definitely try ur recipe. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thank you! Girlie, I'm gonna try to make some Pandesal sometime soon, miss ko na din kasi yun:)

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  29. Spanish bread is my favorite among the baked goodies available at small neighborhood bakeries. I haven't had one for quite awhile. I will try your recipe!Thanks for sharing :)

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  30. not the usual Spanish bread here in Pinas. interesting! thanks for sharing!

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  31. I love Spanish Bread, nagutom talaga ko sa pictures.

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  32. I want to learn making breads especially the ensaymada. This is my son's favorite.

    Allan (www.chemistdad.com)

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