Biscocho, also spelled biskotso, refers to various types of Filipino twice-baked breads, usually coated with butter and sugar, or garlic in some cases. Biscocho is most strongly associated with the versions from the province of Iloilo, although it actually exists nationwide in various forms.
Biscocho Bread Recipe
- 8 pieces pandesal rolls
- 227 g butter, softened
- 100 g sugar
- Using a serrated knife, trim off the top and bottom of the pandesal very thinly and cut each roll into halves, about 1/2-inch thick.
- In a small bowl, combine butter and sugar and stir until smooth.
- Spread the butter-sugar mixture thinly on each side of the bread slices.
- Arrange the coated bread on a baking rack. Bake in a 200 F oven for about 1 1/2 to 2 hours or until dry and crunchy.
- Remove from the oven and allow to cool. (Recipes from kawalingpinoy.com )
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