Italian Panettone Bread
Panettone is a traditional Italian sweet bread recipe.
It is eaten year round, but is especially popular during the holidays.
Stir the dough down. Add the raisins, candied fruit, almonds and lemon peel. Knead until well mixed. Divide the dough into 4-5 equal parts. Place in well greased coffee tins and let rise for 30-40 minutes until nearly to the top of the tins.
Preheat the oven to 350ºF.
Bake for 45-50 minutes in preheated oven. Let stand 5 minutes before removing the panetone from the tins. Let cool and wrap in plastic wrap or tin foil.
The recipe makes one large panetone bread.
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It is generally considered a Christmas bread by Italians, although Italian specialty stores usually carry it year round now.
Panetone is a slightly sweet yeast bread filled with raisins and candied fruit.
I remember my Grandma baking it for us and eating it spread with soft, sweet butter. Absolutely fabulous!
Although this bread recipe is traditionally considered a Christmas bread by those of Italian background, it is a wonderful bread that will be enjoyed all year round.
It makes a great breakfast bread and is a perfect afternoon snack or tea bread.
Panetone is baked in round baking tins. If you don't have coffee tins, use something else that is round and a bit tall.
If you like making yeast breads and want something just a touch sweet, try this panettone. I think you will really like it.
This panettone recipe is just one of our wonderful sweet bread recipes. Find them all here.
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