A sweet yeast bread made with raisins, citron, pine nuts and anise, which is baked in a cylindrical tube.
pan-uh-TOH-nee] A sweet yeast bread made with raisins, citron, pine nuts and anise and baked in a tall cylindrical shape. It originated in Milan, Italy, and is traditionally served at Christmastime, but also for celebrations such as weddings and christenings. Panettone can be served as a bread, coffeecake or dessert.
A large round, yeasted fruitcake from Italy, traditionally eaten at Christmas and Easter. It can be served as a dessert, accompanied by a sweet wine.
Tall, dome-shaped, soft, sweet bread with light-yellow to golden color. Its aroma is buttery, flowery and fruity. Traditional panettone is fragrant with raisins and candied citrus peel, although variations of the classic recipe can be flavored or filed with chocolate chips, custard or fruits of all kinds.
Italian very light yeast cake speciallity with sultanas & peel.
A large, round yeasted fruit cake from Italy, traditionally...
Panettone (Milanese: panetÃ¹n) is a typical cake of Milan, usually prepared and enjoyed for Christmas and New Year around Italy, and one of the symbols of the city. Maltese nationals are also traditionally associated with this cake.