Eggless Mini Panettone



Charles N. Barnard
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Once again, with the help of a little sparkle and glow, our home has turn into a winter wonderland with all these beautiful Christmas decorations as we always wanted. This year's collection includes some new bought and handmade nostalgic Christmas decorations and we have a little something for everyone in the family - Gold tree baubles in many style adding glitter and sparkle, beautiful scented candles are spreading the cosy-ness and loads of tinsel and fairy lights adding light to the Christmas tree and home .


















Panettone is a large, yeasted fruitcake, It's an Italian Christmas Classic and traditionally eaten during Christmas period. In recent years it has become very popular around the world, and so does on our Christmas table too ! Perfect for a indulgent breakfast or brunch over the Christmas holidays or wrap with festive ribbon or bakers twine and give as a gift, they can make wonderful edible gift!!







You will need :-

  • 120 ml warm water
  • 120 ml full fat milk
  • 2 and half tsp. easy bake yeast 
  • 115 g butter or margarine
  • 3 cup strong white bread flour or plain flour + extra for dusting
  • 1/4 cup wheat germ
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  •  1/4 tsp. salt
  • 1/2 cup raisins and sultanas 
  • 1/4 cup glace cherries 
  • 1/2 cup mixed candid peel
  • Pinch cinnamon powder
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract
  • 1 tsp. orange blossom water 

Method :-
Mix yeast and warm water in a bowl and let it bubble. It will take less than five minutes if yeast is not gone off.
Meanwhile place milk, sugar and butter in a saucepan and let it heat, until just you see bubble around the edges.
Let milk mixture cool down a bit, add into yeast mixture. Mix well.
Pour this mixture in a big bowl or in stand mixer bowl with dough hook.
Add cinnamon, vanilla, salt and orange blossom water.
Stir in wheat germ and one cup flour and beat well for minute or two.
Gradually add remaining flour and knead the dough for another 5 minutes.
Dough will be sticky , place dough in a lightly oiled bowl and cover it with the cling film for 1 or 2 hour or until double in size. Leave bowl in a warm place.
When the dough is risen, tip it out on a lightly floured surface and knead the dough for 5 minutes.
Gradually knead the raisins, sultanas , cherries and mixed candid peels.
Drop large muffin wrap in to 6 clean , 200 g tin.
Cut into 6 equal pieces and drop into lined tin.
Cover again leave until they are well risen.
Heat oven to gas mark 5, Gentle make a cross on top of the risen dough and place 1/2 tsp. butter.
Bake for 20 minutes and turn the gas oven down to mark 4 and bake Panettone for 15 minutes or until  dark golden.
Cool on a rack before slicing.

Recipe partly adopted from 
here









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6 comments

  1. wow! this looks so amazing.. Lovely post

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  2. I totally love the idea of baking it in tins... that means I buy tinned stuff, I just keep them handy! These panattones look so good, love the pics...

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    1. hahaha..yes, i bought few sweet corn tins as baked beans tins are little larger Thanks !

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  3. Lovely recipe Jagruti! Bruna Bruna (Mfr) from Italy here. It's a pity you have an intolerance to eggs as our finishing touch to traditional panettone is the delicious frosting on the top. 2 egg whites beaten with 80g icing sugar and 80g ground almond or hazelnut. The paste is spread onto the raw dough and dotted with whole almonds just before baking. It bakes to a crisp, crumbly thick icing. We also add 1 spoon of malt extract and a large spoon of honey to the mix, reducing the sugar accordingly. Thanks for this recipe which I will pass to me egg intolerant friends! Merry Christmas xx

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    1. Hi Bruna, how are you ? recipe you given for frosting is delicious, any alternative for eggs ? Merry Christmas and to your family xxx

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