This is Ensaymada prepared and shaped the traditional way. Ensaymada is a Filipino bread coated with margarine and sugar. Extra soft with the top slightly toasted. This is how bakeries in the Philippines make and sell their Ensaymada.
I have maid Ube Ensaymada before but that is way too soft compared to this one. That recipe is super good as well as many of my followers have already tried it. But I thought of making this one because this reminds me of my childhood. The only bread I always get from a famous bakery in Bataan.
What's the difference between the two recipes?
- This one only uses one egg and the top is brushed with egg wash before baking which makes the top a bit toasted. The top is generously coated with margarine and sugar which is the traditional bakery-style ensaymada. It's so goood! Also, this recipe doesn't need any baking mould. Easy and simple!
I've made the procedure much easier for you compared to my past bread recipes. I also have tips and recipe notes, so make sure to read them. Give this a try and let me know what you think by leaving a comment below. Enjoy!
TRADITIONAL ENSAYMADA RECIPE
RECIPE TIPS& NOTES:
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