Japanese Bread Makes a Tasty Pastry
This entry was posted on August 20, 2008.
Japanese Bread is a Staple of Asian Food
The sweet bread of Japan functions as a light Japanese dessert, not unlike the English scone or French baguette. In fact, the Japanese enjoy nibbling on sweet bread with a cup of tea or as a light snack on the run.
How to Buy Japanese Bread
If you are traveling in Japan and ask for Japanese bread, don't be surprised if you don't find it. The Japanese call bread "pan." Also, if you see the popular "melon pan" be advised the term refers to the bread's shape and not the flavor.It's delicious just the same though, so if you want to try some, check out our Daiichipan Melon Pan bread.
Asian Pastries Make Like Japanese Dessert or Lunch Item
With flavors like strawberry pan, chocolate pan, and cream pan, the sweet bread can make a satisfying Japanese dessert. However, this Japanese bread also comes in cheese pan and red bean pan if you are looking for a more savory lunch item.