Panettone Without Candied Fruit With Sultanas 1 Kg


Classic Panettone without candied fruit is a variant of the traditional recipe to offer all the taste of artisan panettone, even for those who do not like candied fruit. It is ideal for those who love to taste only sultans in the soft dough of traditional panettone, and it is known for its softness and elegant flavour.
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  • Weight: 1 Kg
  • Region: Veneto
  • Ingredients: Wheat flour, sultanas 25%, eggs, sugar, butter, milk, natural yeast (wheat), egg yolk, flavourings, salt, cocoa butter.
  • Storage temperature: 20° - 25° C
  • Storage: Store in a cool and dry place
  • Shelf-life: 6 months

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