Pan de coco

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Pan de coco
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Pan de coco from the Philippines, about 4 and a half inches in diameter.
Type Sweet roll
Place of origin Philippines and Latin America
Region or state Honduras and Colombia
Main ingredients coconut
Cookbook: Pan de coco  Media: Pan de coco

Pan de coco, literally "coconut bread" in Spanish, is a rich sweet roll that uses sweetened shredded coconut meat as filling. It is a popular snack bread in the Philippines.

Pan de Coco, is a bread usually served as a midday or mid-afternoon. Best served and eaten while it is still freshly-baked, it is a type of bread that has sweetened grated coconut inside and is usually partnered with coffee or unsweetened hot chocolate.


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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pan de Coco". PinoyCookingRecipes. Retrieved 2016-07-20. 
  2. ^ My Sweet Ambitions (2013-12-11), Pan De Coco, retrieved 2016-07-20 
  3. ^ "Pan de Coco Recipe | Panlasang Pinoy Recipes". 2015-03-29. Retrieved 2016-07-20. 
  4. ^ "Pan De Coco Recipe and History". RecipeniJuan. Retrieved 2016-10-16.