Two of my students for this month, Jenn Apares and Belle Nakpil. Having fun on our 3rd day of session making Monggo Breads.
It needs at least 3% malunggay to be visible but the Pandesal is excellent. I am so happy for Jenn, she can now help her parents' bakery. Finally. This is only after our 2nd session, i admit i have to push my students but it was all worth the challenge. Plus, they had fun doing it!!!
after chopping the fresh leaves, just pulse them into the finished dough, lightly kneading to incorporate the veggies.
Now that obviously has Malunggay! My last advice is to reduce the amount of sugar and fat in the dough to get the benefits of the Malunggay. I am not in favor of Malunggay breads with very high sugar and shortening content because it negates the purpose of putting the malunggay in the dough.
So far, most of the Malunggay pandesal i have tasted are way too sweet.
For hands on commercial bread making lessons, please text me at 09495705091 or email me firstname.lastname@example.org. I will be happy to answer your questions.
Lessons are 100% hands on, students mix, scale and shape the dough, wait for the dough to proof and bake.
The best thing is waiting for the dough to proof, smelling the baking breads and tasting them in under 20 minutes of bake time!!!
Ingredients are inclusive of the fee as well as a light meal while we bake the breads.
Only P9000.00 for 3 days. Deposit fee is P1000. 00, balance to be paid on Day 1 of the class.