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Last weekend, I had a delicious bread, whose name was Sal-ra-man-d. Since English is not my native language, its name was written in non-english. It sounds like french. But I don't know its exact name. It is somewhat like a pound cake, with some cheese flavor. I think it is made of cream cheese. Is here anyone who knows its origin, or its original name. It is very hard to google what this bread really is.

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    Could you include the Korean name of the pastry (in Hangul)? I took my best guess (살라만ㄷ) and Google Translate told me it meant Salamanca - although I see that Salamanca should really be written 살라망카, so maybe Google Translate doesn't know what it's talking about. If it is meant to be Salamanca, maybe there's a pastry called Salamanca (though I've never heard of it), or maybe it's just someone's idea of a pastry eaten in Spain. – Juhasz Jan 22 at 22:33
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    "cream cheese bread" doesn't tend to be an English thing ... I'd say it's probably from a Slavic or Scandinavian area, but I'm just finding a lot of recipes for "cream cheese bread" (eg, thekitchn.com/… ) without what the name is in its original language. – Joe Jan 23 at 15:12
  • @Juhasz As you said, its Korean name is 살라망드(your guess is nearly perfect, notice that a Korean letter must contains at least one vowel). But only Korean bakeries has this name of bread and it is little weird to me. – user190964 Jan 24 at 0:55
  • Thanks. I thought that ㄷ looked wrong on its own. I like Joe's idea about something Scandinavian. I don't know enough about those cuisines to wager a guess, though. – Juhasz Jan 24 at 14:02

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