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Stefano's Easy Panettone

The panettone you are seeing on television requires considerable experience to make. The option we are offering here is for a simpler, but very effective recipe which is do-able by anybody. It comes from my second book and was developed by Loretta Sartori, renowned pastry chef from Melbourne.

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Posted by Gwi • 3y ago • Report
I used this recipe for the breadmaker. I left out almonds, but added vanilla and almond essences. I left out the baking powder and added 2 teasp each of bread improver and yeast and as much peel/mixed fruit as I can get into the bread makers hopper. It produced a very yummy panettone! This is the best recipe I've found yet for adapting to breadmakers. Lots of the others I've tried produce something more cakey than a panettone should be.
Posted by AJ10 • 2y ago • Report
Fantastic Recipe. Made them into mini panettones for gifts. Used bought cut out paper muffins, this gives it the panettone shape.
Posted by Marisa33 • 2y ago • Report
Hi AJ how long did you cook the mini panettones for.
Posted by • 1y ago • Report
thank you Iam impressed with recipes provided by the program Fatafeat and I tried and taste delicious
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