Pan Amasado is a bread from Chile that is kneaded and formed into discs. It has a flaky crust with a soft center. The tops are often pricked with a fork before baking. Pan Amasado literally translates to ‘kneaded bread’, so don’t skip the kneading. A food processor with a dough blade will do most of the work, but knead for about 10 minutes if you are preparing the dough by hand. Serve hot with butter, jam, Manjar (Dulce de Leche), or Pebre (Chilean salsa). Definitely not traditional, but Evan enjoyed the bread with peanut butter.