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You Need to Try This Leche Flan Stuffed Pan De Sal

Meet the Flandesal.
You Need to Try This Leche Flan Stuffed Pan De Sal
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Meet the Flandesal.

We've been seeing pan de sal stuffed with all sorts of fillings lately—from ube and cheese to molten chocolate. It makes sense; pan de sal, after all, is a neutral canvas that takes well to just about anything you pair it with. Here's a one-of-a-kind stuffed pan de sal we discovered: Iloilo online bakeshop The Corner's Flandesal, a.k.a. leche-flan stuffed pan de sal.

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Check out that, rich, sweet leche flan filling!
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Each Flandesal has a slightly crisp, sweet crust and a rich, custardy leche flan filling that gets meltingly creamy when heated. You won't be able to stop at one! A box of six palm-sized pieces goes for just P135.

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It'll go perfect with a mug or two of coffee.
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The Corner offers other baked goods that'll sate your sweet and savory tooth, too. They've got a couple of options for banana lovers—including Banana Cream Pie (P250/box of two, P470/box of four), Banana Cream Tart (P199/box of six, P299/box of nine), Banana Loaf (P130), and Banana Muffins (P150/box of six, P200/box of nine). They're also known for their Garlic Cheese Bombs.

The Banana Cream Tart is bite-sized banana heaven.
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Like it savory? Go for the Garlic Cheese Bombs!
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Hankering for the Flandesal while in Manila? Other crave-worthy stuffed pan de sal include Taste & See Bakeshop's Ube Cheese Pandesal and Kettle Kitchen PH's Buko Pandan Pandesal.

Taste & See's Ube Cheese Pandesal is one of our favorite versions in Manila.
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Buko pandan + pan de sal? Why not?
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This story originally appeared on Spot.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.

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