Panettone is a type of sweet bread loaf originally from Milan, widely enjoyed during Christmas time in Italy, and now exported and part of the tradition of many countries of the world. The dialectal...
The name derives from Panetto, Italian word for small loaf cake, and then changed into “panettone”, adding the suffix -one that transforms it into “large loaf cake”.
Panettone’s typical shape is a cupola, extended from a cylinder base. The shape may be creatively varied, as well as the ingredients used in the recipe.
It may contain candied oranges, citron, lemon zest, raisins, but also comes in variations including chocolate and other toppings.
It is usually served in vertical slices and sometimes accompanied with special mascarpone cream and typical Italian liquors.

Panettone at its sweetest

Panettone is a type of sweet bread loaf originally from Milan, widely enjoyed during Christmas time in Italy, and now exported and part of the tradition of many countries of the world. The dialectal and original name of this tasteful product was Paneton.

The name derives from Panetto, Italian word for small loaf cake, and then changed into “panettone”, adding the suffix -one that transforms it into “large loaf cake”.

Panettone’s typical shape is a cupola, extended from a cylinder base. The shape may be creatively varied, as well as the ingredients used in the recipe.

It may contain candied oranges, citron, lemon zest, raisins, but also comes in variations including chocolate and other toppings.

It is usually served in vertical slices and sometimes accompanied with special mascarpone cream and typical Italian liquors.

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