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  • n. Plural form of bolillo.


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  • Two bolillos from a panaderia (a block or 2 from el Centro - 1 p each), a banana from the market nearby (1 p), and 3 manila mangoes (@4-5p) for breakfast makes 8p.

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  • For last year's festival, several mothers roasted turkeys and made their family's secret sauce for the Salvadoran specialty pan con pavo, with the turkey stuffed into the crusty rolls called bolillos, with the piquant tomato sauce and fresh sliced vegetables.

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  • The French-style-rolls known as bolillos elsewhere go by pan frances in the Yucatán.


  • His work is easily identified as Mexican by its fruit and vegetables, pottery, and typical bread, still baked today and known as "bolillos".

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  • Several bolillos salados (a sourdough roll with a hard crust and moist center) and then a liter of fresh beet, carrot and orange juice from "Las Titas" fruit and juice stall.


  • Back at the house, the bolillos were turned into molletes gratinados.


  • Quote bolillos salados (a sourdough roll with a hard crust and moist center)


  • Besides their different flavor, bolillos or birotes or teleras just don't work well for tortas ahogadas.


  • It came with crusty bolillos and was served in a small tureen.

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  • I'm not much of a chef but fortunately my local grocery has a huge bin of bolillos they bake every day.

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