How To Make Panettone

What is panettone where it comes from and how to make panettone bread:

Panettone is traditionally eaten at Christmas. Its origins come from Milan in Italy.

Easy To Make Recipe For Panettone:

Ingredients For Panettone

450g of strong white bread flour
1 teaspoon of yeast
2 beaten eggs
1 teaspoon of sugar
The grated zest of one lemon
50g of raisins
50g of mixed peel
Small amount of butter for the glaze
75g of pine nuts which have been roughly chopped
125mls of water
1 teaspoon of salt

Baking Instructions For Panettone

Put all of the ingredients into a mixer with a dough hook and mix it to a soft dough for about 5 minutes.

Remove and place onto a flat surface which has been sprinkled with flour. Knead for about 10 minutes.

Grease and line with grease proof paper a deep tin which is about 18cm width and at least 9cm high.

Put the mixture into the tin and wait for it to rise to about double its size. This may take about one and a half hours.

Place in a pre heated oven at about 200C for about 30 minutes.

To give the panettone loaf a nice glazed finish you can brush it with melted butter whilst the bread is still hot.

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