I am not a fan of pugon pan de sal. I find it stuffy and heavy in the tummy. I can usually only consume one piece of the regular size or half of the big ones.
After Christmas, my husband received a big pack of Pan de Suelo from Kamuning Bakery.
In case you wanted to know, this particular kind of bread is called “pan de suelo” because it is baked on the floor of a wood-fired oven. “Suelo” translated to english means “floor”. The usual temperature inside this oven is about 500°F.
At first, I wasn’t ecstatic. Just seeing how big the pan de suelo was, I felt stuffed already. But during breakfast today, I just had to give it a try. I opened my fridge, took out the leftover corned beef and reheated it, popped one Pan de Suelo in the toaster oven and viola!
I sliced the Pan de Suelo in half and took a bite. It was really good, honestly! The Pan de Suelo was toasted just right. Just the right amount of crunch on the outside yet the bread still had that delicious moistness and softness on the inside. It had a faint hint of sweetness that went well with the salty corned beef together with my freshly brewed coffee and sausage. Noms!
Kamuning Bakery’s pan de suelo is also perfect for Media Noche – with Christmas Ham from Adelina’s and a few slices of Marca Pato Queso de Bola! OMG! And just like that, my diet is out the window! Haha!
Thank you Kamuning Bakery for this wonderful surprise!
Pan de Suelo (Regular) – 80.00
Pan de Suelo (Jumbo) – 120.00
43 Judge Jimenez Street corner K-1st Street, Kamuning, Quezon City, Philippines
T: 929 2216