What to do




with the Christmas Panettone....



Slice and butter, soak in a frothy mix of eggs, sugar, milk and cream.



Bake gently until slightly crisp on top and soft and gentle below.




Eat for Sunday supper with silver spoons and a drizzle of cream.

On Monday morning slice and toast the remainder for breakfast. Enjoy the taste of salty butter as it mingles with the candied peel, gentle spice and sweet bread. Perfect with coffee.



Good job I only have a Panetonne once a year!




Comments

Shelley in SC said…
Oh my . . . oh my. Looks divine!
Jo said…
Oooh, that looks lovely! You've given me a craving for my marmalade bread and butter pudding.
Yummy, that sounds, and looks, like a real treat.

Happy New Year!

Kate
Ali said…
We never got round to opening ours, which means lots of wonderful scope for panettone leftovers - hooray!
Friko said…
Panettone Bread and Butter Pudding.
Gorgeous.

I used to be famous for my recipe in the village; every party going I was asked to supply a large one for pudding (dessert). I bought several for Christmas which would last me all year.

Now I can't have dairy anymore, so my lovely pudding is out of bounds for me and I no longer make it for others either.
dottycookie said…
I made Nigella's version of the same thing which uses a decadent 375ml bottle of orange muscat. Oh. Ohhhhh!

I love panettone. Far too much for my own good.
kim said…
Oh, boy. My pants are bursting just looking at that. It looks fabulous.
Monica said…
oh my....

that looks fantastic. And I don't even like Panettone...
kristina said…
Oh no! We only have one slice left so I'll have to wait till next year to make the pudding. Now just need to identify the book in the picture--I'm sure I must have it on the shelves!

K x
silverpebble said…
Ooh how delicious. I have never had one at Christmas - I need to rememdy this. Hmm, I wonder if there are any left in the shops...
Jane said…
I didn't buy one this year. Now I wish I had. yum!
Bee said…
I would love to make this, but we love our panetonne too much to ever have any left over!
Paula said…
That sounds absolutely delicious, my mouth is watering already :-)

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