Sweet, soft buns bathed and baked in coconut, pani popo are originated to the South Pacific Islands of Samoa. They are best served warm or cold as a dessert or with savory meals.
I love every email I receive from you! May them be about a recipe I shared and you want to thank me or not for it, or to explain you better the directions or just to say Hi. I love all of them!
The other day I received a different email. One of you wanted to make my Hawaiian coconut milk but somehow could not find the recipe. I looked around, and looked again just to realize when I moved from Blogger to WordPress 3 recipes didn’t make the more.
One of them being the Pani Popo rolls.
I could have easily just copy/paste it from my Blogger account, but since I love these coconut buns I decided to make some and take new photos.
Pani popo are Hawaiian dinner rolls, baked in a pool of coconut milk.
I saw the recipe on my friend Dionne blog and since then I made them so many times I lost count.
These rolls also hold a special place in my heart, they were the first think I shared on my previous blog.
For the original recipe of these rolls you have to visit my friend Dionne’s blog
In my previous variation of these coconutty rolls i used dairy milk and butter. This time I made them dairy-free and since they were egg-free to begin with, now they are vegan dinner rolls.
They are so soft and fluffy you could hardly say so!
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