This hojaldra, Guatemalan churro, and hojita (top to bottom) are three varieties of pan de manteca tostado, toasted bread made with shortening or lard. All are made with the same dough; apart from baking time, explained the counterwoman, they vary mainly in shape and texture. Yet each does taste a little different, and, to take with coffee, everyone has her favorite. They're just 50 cents each; dunk them all and decide for yourself.
For more on baked-goods style and substance, see Mi Guatemala Bakery.
171-06 Jamaica Ave., Jamaica, Queens