Pizza pan de sal: good as snack or appetizer

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Hello, my name is Connie Veneracion. I cook, I shoot, I write. But I don't do the laundry. I don't like housekeeping very much either... (more about me)

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  1. Good idea to make extra pasta sauce for making pizza. I never thought of it, and I make red pasta sauce each week. Thanks. My dad is going to like it.

  2. Ebba Myra says:

    Hahahha, and I thought I was the only one using Pandesal this way. After a friend tod me using long french baguettes for pizza crust, I substituted Pandesal instead which was a hit in my family. Sometimes if I have the huge size pandesal, I slice them into 3 and use a bottle pizza sauce and slice italian bacon for topping. And when I am lucky to have Eden cheese (here in Houston sometimes some Filipino sells them), I topped my pandesal with it. Yummy, I might do it today using mozzarella cheese instead (naubusan na kasi ako ng Eden cheese).

  3. brenda says:

    Sarap naman ng midnight snack mo. I remember my kuya doing the same to day old slice bread. Perfect with an ice cold coke!

    Merry Christmas to you Connie and to your family. May you have a wonderful and blessed New Year too.

  4. Connie says:

    Gay, I often make twice as much pasta sauce each time. Tightly covered, it keeps well in the freezer. My younger daughter kasi is such a red pasta sauce fiend. :razz:

    Ebba, re French bread: kasi when toasted twice parang masyado na sya matigas kaya mas ok pag pan de sal, di ba? :)

    brenda, actually, most kinds of bread can be used. Even whole wheat bread in fact. But the best, so far, was onion bread which used to be available from Julie’s bakeshop. The line was discontinued, too bad.

  5. gigi says:

    teehee.. i do this as well when i have leftover bolognese sauce…i add more frankfurters and the veg… pag may peperoni, mas masarap.. haaayyy i love pizza and pasta dishes.. lol

  6. Ebba Myra says:

    Ms. Connie pag french bread ang ginamit ko, di-ko na pre-toast yung tinapay kasi tumpak ka, masyadong matigas. Yesterday ang ginamit ng husband ko eh sourdough bread which pre-sliced na from a Organic Store, medio matigas din yung hindi na-cover’an ng sauce, but it came out yummy. Toppings was just 2 kinds of cheeses and some Marinara sauce.

    God Bless You Ms. Connie for maintaining such a food blog, may your family have a continous blessings for the coming 2008.

  7. says:

    Must be yummy with our pan de sal, Connie, but I find the ones we buy here quite cakey. I’ve tried it with English muffins and it was just okay, but using onion bread, as you suggested, sounds good to me. I’ll surely try it. Thanks for another neat idea.

    I wish you and your family a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!!

  8. Lalaine says:

    Ms Connie,

    Try it also with halved bagels. Actually, my commercial product dito sa US na called Bagel Bites, mini bagel pizzas. Patok sa mga bulilit at feeling bulilit like me.

  9. Lalaine says:

    Naku po, di MY (di po ako ganun kaswerte to have my own product) kung hindi MAY as in meron. Sorry po sa typo.