January 25, 2016

What To Do With Leftover Pandesal

If you frequent this blog, you know very well that I hate wasting anything. Yesterday we were out the whole day so we were not able to eat our pandesal. We also have some leftover Christmas ham from my Aunt Linda. 

Being a practical mom, I just had to come up with something today. Voila, from the same ingredients and procedure, I came up with a Heart-shaped Pizza and Pulled Pork Muffin! It will only take you an hour to do this but it took me four hours because Juan and I had to record, edit and upload in Youtube.

I cook and bake without measuring anything, I just go with the flow so it's really up to you how you want your leftover pandesal to taste.  EnJOY watching!



28 comments:

  1. "Wow what is that?!?!?!! It's a heart shaped pizza!!!!" HAHAHAHA this made me laugh so hard I almost woke my napping little girl! Hahahaha! anyway, looks yum! Thanks for sharing!! :)

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    1. hehehe! natatawa pa din ako when I watch this. funny kasi si hubby. Thanks!

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  2. As usual, love the video. The muffin and the pizza are just so easy to do and the ingredients are almost readily available in any one's kitchen. I also love people in your household. Been bookmarking almost all your videos for easy reference. Ihihi.

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  3. this looks really yummy!! Thanks for sharing, Mommy. :)

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  4. That looks so delicious. Me and my grandmother makes pudding from left over pandesal. I must tell her this recipe.

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    1. Yes, do pudding din. Nasawa na ko kaya I experimented, hehehe!

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  5. Hahahaha. ang galing! Masubukan nga =)

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  6. Pizza Pandesal is the best!

    You can try din Pandesal Calzone :) Link on my Name here in the comment :)

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    1. I'll try that calzone next time. I like Calzone when I used to work at The Round Table Pizza.

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  7. Galing! Pwede din to sa left-over gardenia bread pag di namin maubos ang isang loaf minsan.

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  8. If only I had an oven! Would love to try this because we have leftover pandesal sometimes.

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    1. buy na ng oven! You'll enoy baking and more.

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  9. Woah this looks so scrumptious! Now I wish we had some pandesal lying around in the pantry haha!

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  10. Taking note coz we sometimes have leftover bread!Hehe

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  11. Hahaha aliw! G'leng ng son mo... I will try this one kasi lagi kaming may leftover pandesal eh hehe... ano ang recommended temperature pala for the baking?

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  12. I love things like these! thanks joy! and I enjoy pandesal that I tend to buy too many to devour when fresh!

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  13. Wow ang galing! We also have oven but haven't tried baking up to now heheh. Nice recipe mommy Joy! :)

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  14. This looks yummy! Thank you for sharing :)

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  15. Wow how creative! Btw I can also recommend using a stand that can hold your cell phone/video camera para di kayo mahirapan sa pagvideo if ever. That's what I use for some of my stuff. It's also so cute that your son is in the video haha :)
    Thanks for sharing!

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  16. Will try this! My youngest loves pandesal and this recipe will make him love pandesal more! :)

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  17. your kid is a cute little food critic! hahaha kaka aliw

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Thank you for the joyful comments!