This popular Japanese bread is ideal for a light snack or a tasty dessert. It’s called “Melon” because of its shape, and not so much its flavor- which is a little closer to sweet lemon, than melon. “Daiichi Pan” loosely translates to ‘Number One Bread.’ And oddly enough, this is our best selling bread. So give it a try and see if it's earned its name.
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NUTRITION FACTS Serving Size: 1.9 oz (55g) Serving per Container: about 2 Net wt. 3.7 oz.
I tried this for the first time today, and i tested out Ashley's recommendation about heating them to a slight crunch. Although i didn't want to get crisp, the warming did help, and wow its amazing! one of my favorites, the flavor is light, I was able to really taste the lemon after it warmed just fine, wonderful snack! Definitely need to order more.
Friday Dec 27 2013 18:02
I love melon bread, it's one of my favorite Japanese snacks. This one was very good, and definitely worth trying.
Tuesday Nov 12 2013 10:00
These awesome pastries are supposed to be slightly crunchy on the top while being nice and fluffy inside, but usually when you order it by the time they get to you they are really moist on the top. I've found a way to fix this and make them wonderful the way they are supposed to be. When you open them put them in the oven or toaster oven for a few minutes and reheat them. Crunchy on top and wonderfully warm. Perfect.
Friday Oct 04 2013 14:32
I have been dying to try this, so my husband ordered it for my birthday =) This is absolutely as heavenly as described in anime (yep I watch alot)... I think I'm finally motivated to try making some! It's got a very light lemony aroma and even lighter lemon flavor on the upper layer...the top layer is nicely moist and the bread is fluffy and soft....totally delightful!!
Monday Sep 09 2013 20:50
I can't wait to taste all your tasty food
Wednesday Jan 30 2013 15:59
Not my favorite, but definitely a great product. Light and sweet, with a moist outside layer. I recommend trying it.