Top Rated Panettone Recipes

 Panettone
This holiday cake studded with dried fruit is labor intensive, but the reward is worth it when you finally taste the sweet finished product.
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Panettone French Toast
So what is panettone? Well, it actually is a sweet bread which originates from Milan, Italy. The process to make the actual bread takes a bit of time, which really gives it its fluffy, non-cakey cakey-ness. The flavor profile found in a panettone cake bread is that of orange, lemon, and raisins... with a whole lot of sweetness! This lent well to our creation of Panettone French Toast! And so, if you’ve still got some leftover panettone (and I’m sure you do as this stuff lasts forever), here’s a great French toast recipe for you to try.
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Raspberry Jam and Hazelnut Spread Stuffed Panettone French Toast
This is like the most indulgent peanut butter and jelly sandwich you’ve ever had; and you get to eat it for breakfast. Make this recipe from Bauli for special occasions like Valentine’s Day… or laundry day (in other words, any day). Click Here to See More French Toast Recipes
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Cornish Hens
Cornish hens aren't game birds, but small, young chickens — the French call them poussins — that are extremely tender and flavorful. You can also make this recipe with one 4-5 pound chicken, just cooking it at 450 degrees for 15 minutes, then turning the temperature down to 375 degrees and cooking for an additional 30 minutes, or until the chicken is done.
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Nutella French Toast
This is like the most indulgent peanut butter and jelly sandwich you've ever had — and you get to eat it for breakfast. Make it for special occasions — or just laundry day! In other words, this brunch recipe is great any time. 
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Mario Batali
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mangia_g2
Ingredients: 1 pkg active dry yeast 1 cup warm water (110 degrees) 1/4 cup sugar 2 eggs 1/2 cup plain yogurt 1 tsp vanilla zest of one lemon 1/4 tsp salt 4 cups unbleached flour 1/2 mixed dried fruit (cranberries, currents, raisins) 1 TB ...
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Canadian_in_the_Bay
This is the panettone my grandmother has always made. It has a slight lemon flavour and a more "cakey" consistency than regular panettone.
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Mimi in Maine
This is a Christmas bread that I got out of an artisan bread book. Leftover Panettone makes great French Toast (see recipe #200571 by wicked noodle). The story goes that a baker, named Toni, from Milan, fell in love with a beautiful woman who passed his bakery every day. The baker was determined to create a magnificent bread to tempt her to come into the bakery. It took him six months, but finally created a tall, domed loaf that lured her inside. But when their eyes met, he fell out of love with her. However, his work was not in vain. He called his new creation "Pan di Toni" (Toni's bread) and eventually became Panettone. Although the citron is the fruit that is in this bread, I don't like it as well as other candied fruit, so I chop candied cherries in their place. That is not the traditional Panettone, but tastes good and is very pretty.
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Tonkcats
Italian Fruitcake
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www.epicurean.com
Sift together flour and salt onto sheet of wax paper; set aside. In small bowl sprinkle yeast over water; add 1 teaspoon sugar and stir to dissolve. Let stand until foamy, about 5 minutes. In mixing bowl, using electric mixer at medium speed, beat ...
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Anonymous
Ingredients: 1 stick unsalted butter room temperature 2 whole eggs 3 egg yolks 3 1/2 cups flour 1 cup milk 1 cup sugar 1/2 cup currants soaked 1 hour in warm water, drained Zest of 2 oranges 2 teaspoons cream of tartar 1 1/2 teaspoons baking soda ...
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