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Saturday, March 10, 2012

Latest Discovery: Dapar Puto Pao




A colleague discovered this in a tiangge so when another colleague ordered for a small celebration, I ordered a small box to bring home. Puto Pao is a white bun with asado or pork fillings. We used to make Puto Pao at home, sometimes using tuna instead of pork. Since we don't have time to make our own, this is a good alternative.


Dapar Puto Pao are in boxes which makes it easy to bring home. A small box of Dapar Puto Pao (Php 135) has 15 pieces of Puto Pao with cheese on top, while a big box (Php 270) has 30 pieces.


Dapar Puto Pao

It was delivered a bit hot that I quickly tried a piece, it was really good! It wasn't sweet unlike some versions that I've tried before. We steamed the pieces left in the fridge after three days and it's still as good as fresh. I could tell my baby siblings loved it too, since I only got to eat a piece at home. :)

I'll be ordering another box soon.

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Dapar Puto Pao
Novaliches, Quezon City
Contact Nos. 9370231, 09282435030
Facebook page: Dapar Puto Pao

21 comments:

  1. Looks good ha.. though i'm a fan of the regular puto lang than the one w/ filling e :P

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    1. I agree, it looks really good. Try it! ;)

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  2. Good thing it was delivered hot! Cause if I were in your shoe and it's not freshly steamed, I would be disappointed >.< :)
    It looks delicious! Gusto ko maraming cheese! hehe

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  3. oohh I Love puto-pao!!!!!
    so yummy!

    :))

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  4. Sarap sarap naman! I love puto pao and this one is a must try siguro. :)

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    1. I hope you'll try this, ate wabbit! :)

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  5. This looks really yummy! :D I'd like to order a box too, hope they can deliver to my place.. >.<

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    1. Please do, Sumi. Mukhang malapit lang yung Dapar sa place nyo. :)

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  6. Puto and siopao in one? Now that's awesome! First time I've ever heard of something like this. Haha :)

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    1. Really? It's quite common at home since we used to make putopao. :)

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  7. I'll see if there's anything like that here in Cebu. I hope to try one as soon as I can. I love puto and my taste buds think that those are kinda interesting and nam nam...:)

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    1. I hope there's putopao there in Cebu. :)

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  8. A family friend from Novaliches always sends this to us fresh and hot. Ang sarap kakaadik! It's so cheap to diba?

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  9. yummy snack! i bet this is a must try. pwedeng ihanda sa bday ko. ahaha! thanks for the idea. :)))

    JC
    ferreroandfate.blogspot.com

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  10. ZOMG! Puto Pao! One of my faves. They look so perfectly done.

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  11. Oooh!!! They used to sell this in SM Makati in the food aisle in the middle. Not sure if they still carry these though. I agree with you, they're really good. =)

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    1. Wow! I didn't know that they sell this in SM Makati. That's nice, no need to order in QC. :)

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  12. Di ko pa natry yan ah... Will try it out soon!

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