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Recipe For Panettone — 37 Comments

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  3. Hi Tandy, your panettone looks much better than mine! I searched all my Italian cookbooks for a recipe, never thought of looking in the Larousse!

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    • I use my Larousse first which kind of negates all the other recipe books I own 🙂

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  4. Your panettone looks gorgeous, even if you say it didn’t rise as much as you’d have liked, I’d happily polish it off! Really sorry I didn’t manage to make mine in time for the round up, but looking forward to the December challenge.

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    • thanks Kate – I am looking forward to the December challenge as well 🙂

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  5. Yours looks so festive. Love the fruit bits inside. Handsome Panettone indeed.

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    • thanks so much Anita 🙂

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  6. Thank you for taking part your panettone looks beautiful.

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    • thanks so much! I loved making it – and eating it of course 🙂

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  8. wow…I’m so impressed! And you used a coffee can?!! I BUY these all thru the holidays using for desserts, breakfasts and snacks! I always thought I would need those special papers and special baking tins, but look at you! Very creative and very lovely bread. I really must try to make this on my own!! Thanks so much for sharing this!!

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    • the coffee can was an inspiration and at least it will get a second use for Dave’s espresso 🙂

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  9. I am bowled over by this and am determined to make one for Christmas. We always have panettone for Christmas morning breakfast with caffelatte and my parents are coming to spend their first Christmas with us in Spain. We´re planning a mixture of all our traditions – English, Spanish and Italian and I know they would be amazed if I presented them with home made panettone. Ooh…I´m excited now!

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    • wow, how amazing – we usually have an Italian influenced Christmas! I am looking forward to ‘sharing’ yours with you 🙂

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  10. This makes me think of Christmas! My mom always makes Stollen, which I think is pretty similar, in terms of candied fruit in bread. And deliciousness.Definitely excited for Stollen season to get here…

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    • Being of German descent, stollen is also a Christmas treat – I shall have to make some this year 🙂

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      • I look forward to seeing a post on it if you do!

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        • for sure I will do a post 🙂

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  11. i ate this like mad one christmas in rome.. I hope i can make this, it will be a perfect christmas cake for me to make.. c

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    • I just read it again and yes, I think i can do it.. tandy you are a star!

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      • Please let me know how it works out Celi!

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    • When we were in Rome for our honeymoon the Italians were complaining as to how expensive the panetonne had got since the introduction of the Euro 🙂

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  12. What an informative post, and the recipe seems simple enough.

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    • it is so easy to make Usha 🙂

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  13. Wow, that looks spectacular!

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    • thanks!

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  14. I have never had this, I always see it in the store during the holiday season. It looks very good!

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    • it is so expensive here and so cheap to make so I will do it again 🙂

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  15. I have good memories of Panettone from when we lived in London and seemed to be surrounded by Italian delis and restaurants. Haven’t seen one for a long time now. It’s worth remembering that they make a wonderful base to a good bread and butter pudding.

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    • I was thinking along the same lines and will do that for sure 🙂

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  16. I never thought it was this easy! 🙂 Yummy looking!
    Hope you are doing well!! 🙂

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    • and they are so expensive here – I am good thanks, and hope you are too 🙂

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  17. Wow, I never realised there were so few ingredients in a Panettone, must make one soon. Lovely story, would like to believe this version.
    🙂 Mandy

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    • I think it must be the real version 🙂

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  18. Mmmm – looks good to me. Popped over to your candied fruit page too – really gorgeous.

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    • thanks Sally – I knew when you did your candied peeled recipe there was a reason:)

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