Savory turnover pastry filled with beef, pork, or chicken.
Originated in mallorca, Spain, ensaymada has become a popular sweet brioche pastry in the Philippines. Regular, ube or cheese flavors.
Spanish Bread (2 Pack)
Spanish bread is another popular filipino sweet bread stick and is very similar to the brioche-like ensaimada. The dough is rolled into a sheet, brushed with melted butter and sprinkled with breadcrumbs and sugar.
Pandesal (1 Dozen)
From the Spanish pan de sal (bread of salt), this is a common filipino bread roll. The taste and texture is similar to the puerto rican bread pan de agua and Mexican bolillos. Contrary to the name, the pandesal tastes slightly sweet rather than salty.
Hopia Pork Flavor (3 Pack)
A flaky pastry shell filled with cooked kundol (winter melon) that has been previously infused with pork fat.
Sans Rival (Small)
A filipino dessert cake layered with buttercream, meringue and chopped cashews.
Pan de Coco (2 Pack)
Pan de coco, literally means "coconut bread" in Spanish. It is a rich sweet roll that uses sweetened shredded coconut meat as filling.