Panettone Recipe

Makes three 1.7 pounds. (800g) which is thirty Individual Panettone / 2.6 ounces each (80g). Prepare 4 days in advance.
Panettone is the most famous Italian Christmas cake of the highest quality. Its origin is believed to be the result of the Italian city Milan during the Middle Ages, although there are There are many myths associated with its history. Whatever the source, panettone is now highly valued across Italy, France and the rest of the world.
Especially for gifts at especially for gifts at. It is then made in the shape of a 6.7×41/2 millimeter (17×11.5cm) tall, cylindrical paper mold. This is what gives the panettone its distinctive shape.
The signature tall, circular shape. Using a coffee cup of 7×3 inches (18×7.5cm) or even individual molds made from paper is also possible.
The cake is usually served the day following it is baked. It is usually served with tea, coffee and sweet dessert wines. The cake’s texture and flavor make it perfect for the French.
Toast or bread pudding or toast.

The ideal temperature for your kitchen for baking bread is 75/80oF (24/27oC).
It’s a good start (Fermented Dough). Plan a Day in advance
0.6 cups (150ml) room temperature water
4 grams of active dried yeast, or eight of fresh
1 teaspoon (4g) salt
0.8 cup (200g) all-purpose flour


A stand mixer is fitted with a hook attachment. Mix yeast and water first, then add salt and flour. Mix at a slow speed for 3 minutes and up to 5 minutes.
On medium speed until smooth. Make a ball, transfer the dough into an oil-sprayed plastic container covered with wrap, then allow to rise until it is very puffy, about 3-4 hours.
Hours. Make sure to punch the dough down and form it into the shape of a ball. Refrigerate overnight or for at least 10 hours. The starter should be removed and set on the counter for a while.
Two hours before beginning the panettone dough-mixing process for 2 hours before starting the panettone dough mixing.

Marinated Dried Fruit Mixture / Create an A Day ahead

8 ounces (240g) of dried raisins
6 8 ounces (180g) Candied Orange Peel, chopped (to purchase online), or you can use four orange zests
6 grams (180g) citrus peel candied, cut into pieces (to purchase online) Or use 3 lemon zests
1/3 Cup (80ml) dark orange juice or rum.
2 slices of lemon and 2 oranges can also be added to flavorings.


Mix all ingredients and chill overnight.

Panettone Dough
1 ounce/ 4 packets (30g) active yeast dry*. 2 1 ounces (60g) fresh dry yeast.
3 tablespoons (50ml) hot milk.
There is no necessity to activate yeast using liquids if you are using immediate yeast (add it directly to dry food ingredients) and save milk, then incorporate it into the dough.

10 ounces (300g) starter
4.7 cups (700g) of all-purpose flour
0.9 Cup (190g) sugar granulated
2 . Vanilla beans scrape out the seeds, or 1 teaspoon (5ml) vanilla extract (optional)
1 tablespoon (14g) salt
0.8 Cup (200ml) entire milk chilled
12 egg yolks (200g), chilled
20 Tbsp (300g) unflavored butter Softened but not melted
A mixture of dried fruits and marinated dried chilled.


Mix the yeast with warm milk and allow it to sit at room temperature for about 5 mins (it will change into a thick, dense paste; you don’t need any more sugar or liquid). Mix the ingredients in a stand mixer equipped with a hook attachment. Mix flour, vanilla salt, sugar and hook attachment. Mix in the yeast paste with cold milk and egg yolks. Blend for three minutes at low speed. Mix in the starter, then add it to the mix.
Continue for another five minutes and another 5 minutes at a slow speed. Stop the mixer and scrape on the bottom of the bowl using an ice scraper. The speed should be increased to medium and
Continue to knead for another 10 minutes and scrape your bowl’s sides as frequently as needed; this helps prevent the dough from getting too hot during the lengthy kneading process.
Time. Mix in butter at a low speed for up to 10 mins or till smooth. Add chilled marinated dried fruit and mix until the mixture is smooth.
Combined. Cover the mixer bowl with a damp kitchen towel and allow the dough to develop for about 3 hours until it’s increased in size by three times*. Make sure to deflate the dough onto your countertop.
Without the addition of the flour is added. Divide into the desired sizes: small or individual, or both. Form them into balls and then put them in greased paper molds.
Let the proof sit, covered for 2 hours at 77.5oF (25oC) and then bake.

*The panettone dough may be chilled overnight. After cooling, transfer the dough to a countertop, lightly floured make balls, then divide it into two and allow to cool.
Proof. The panettone requires much longer to be proofed this way, approximately 10 hours.

Egg wash (optional)

Beat an egg using one teaspoon of salt.
A bit of butter can be used in place of egg wash.


Place the rack on the lowest third of the oven. Preheat the oven to 350 degF (180oC) and place an upside-down baking tray in the middle. Reduce temperature to 325oF.
(160oC) when using a convection oven (160oC) if using convection. To create a shiny finish, you can brush the top with egg wash, then carefully cut the top of the panettone with an abrasive blade or sharp
knife, and then add a chunk of butter into the middle as you like.
To create individual panettones, slice the top with a knife, sprinkle with pearl sugar and pour in some egg wash for an explosion effect.
Place the panettone in an oven tray and bake for 35 minutes (bake not more than two panettones at a time).
The just-out-of-the-oven (large panettone in particular) by using 2 bamboo skewers that are large and strong and hangs upside down, and it helps keep the panettone
from falling apart as it cools. It will require a couple of hours at room temperature to prevent it from collapsing. It is best served one day after. Panettone will last for several weeks
Wrap it up and place it inside a sealed container.


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