Pan de sal is a favorite of Filipinos. These rolls are also called the bread of salt. Though these are classified as breakfast rolls, they are 'anytime' rolls. These rolls typically contain eggs which I have replaced with yogurt here.
P for Pan De Sal from Philippines..
The previous posts in this series are here for reference..
A for An Pan - A Sweet Bread From Japan
B for Broa - A Rustic Bread From Portugal
C for Ciabatta - A White Bread From Italy
D for Date And Walnut Bread - A Traditional Bread From Scotland
E for Epi - The Wheat Stalk Bread from France
F for Focaccia Caprese - A Flatbread From Italy
G for Gai Mei Bao ~ Cocktail Buns - China or Hong Kong
H for Hokkaido Milk Buns - Japan
I for Iced Buns - Britain
J for Jam Bread - USA
K for Khaliat Nahal ~ A Honey Comb Bread - Middle East
L for Ladi Pav - India
M for Mojicones - Sweet Dinner Rolls From Columbia
N for Nissua ~ A Cardamom Bread From Finland
O for Osterbrot ~ Easter Bread From Germany
Recipe Source here
Milk 1 cup
Active Dry Yeast 1/2 Tbsp
Butter 2 Tbsp
All Purpose Flour or Bread Flour 2 1/2 cups + more if needed
Yogurt 2 Tbsp
Sugar 1/4 cup
Salt 1 tsp
Method Of Preparation -
Warm about 1/2 cup of milk with 1 teaspoon of sugar and add yeast to it. Set aside in a warm place for the yeast to froth up.
Meanwhile, heat up the remaining milk with butter and sugar until warm.
In a stand mixer add the flour, salt and the remaining sugar. Pour in the milk with the yeast and the milk with the butter. Mix in the yogurt as well.
Knead for about 10-12 minutes until the dough is soft and pliable.
Roll the dough in an oiled bowl, cover it and set in a warm place until it gets doubled. [about 90 minutes].
Punch down the dough, and divide the dough into small portions as per preference. [I made 7 portions]
Roll them into round bun shapes and arrange them in a greased baking pan. Cover and set aside for a second rise.[About 45 minutes].
Preheat the oven to 400 °F and bake in the middle rack for about 20 minutes or until the tops are golden brown.
Remove and brush with butter and enjoy the dinner milk rolls.
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Preparation Time 20 minutes + Resting time 2 hours and 15 minutes + Baking time 20 minutes
Makes 7 rolls