I’ve been baking… {Personal}

Sadly the school holidays are over and my firstborn has gone back to school which means some one on one time with my little Miss, so after all the runaround of the morning we got to baking for a little trip we’re about to make. My darling husband requested we take some Pan Amasado sandwiches which is basically just Chilean-style home-made bread rolls but saying them in Spanish sounds more exotic or something 😉

The recipe is pretty basic but i’ll get to that in a minute, my favourite part of the whole making bread experience is watching my 2 and 3/4 year old pick out minute pieces of dough roll them in her hands and place them on her tray. Those chubby little hands covered in flour (which she insists on calling sugar) and her determination to make each piece just right makes me warm all over ^_^


Ok, so here’s the recipe, let me know if you make it 🙂

Pan Amasado
1 1/2 cups lukewarm water
1/2 tspn sugar
1 tspn salt
2 tablespoons oil
3 cups plain flour (I use bakers flour for all things yeast related)
2 level tspsn yeast (or one sachet)

Preheat oven to 180°C . Place ingredients in bread maker pan or mixer in order stated and once well kneaded allow to rise for 30-45minutes. Roll small portions into flattish rolls and allow to rise a further 10 minutes while you roll the next batch. Place on lined trays leaving enough space between them to rise & spread a little and lightly pierce with a fork a couple of times.
Bake until lightly golden and fill with your favourite fillings- hubby’s favourite for the road trip will be ham & cheese 🙂

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  • Fantastic!!! Thanks for the recipe – I shall be trying it for sure. Little chubby hands covered in flour – LOVE.ReplyCancel

  • Those sound yummy! Looks like you had a great time. (thanks for dropping by my blog!)ReplyCancel

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