Panettone Pineapple, Papaya, Guava and Jackfruit

Panettone Pineapple, Papaya, Guava and Jackfruit

19,36

In stock

19,36

Bottega Balocco
750g
19,36 25,81/Kg

In stock

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Panettone is one of the oldest and best known Italian Christmas cakes.
Its fluffy, honeycombed structure, scented with butter and vanilla makes it the king of Christmas tables. Throughout the meal, one waits for nothing more than to unwrap the panettone, smell its heady fragrance and savour its soft, sweet texture.

Bottega Balocco panettone (Balocco premium line) follows the ancient traditional recipe and is made with fresh sourdough.

Panettone Pineapple, Papaya, Guava and Jackfruit
Delicate tropical fruit was selected for this panettone, which is particularly soft and fragrant in the dough.
The slow natural leavening, with only sourdough starter, and natural cooling upside down for eight hours enhance the softness and fragrance of this cake of incomparable goodness.

The leavening of Bottega Balocco’s Panettone is natural and lasts several hours to guarantee perfect puffiness. Very characteristic is the upside-down post-baking drying process that guarantees the high and puffy shape.

For your Christmas lunch, surprise your guests: a slice of Panettone Bottega Balocco Pineapple, Papaya, Guava and Jackfruit, accompanied by a good glass of passito, and the party is assured!

This Christmas cake is a true Italian heritage of knowledge and goodness.

It is said that the name derives from an ancient episode that occurred in the 15th century, when, in Milan, the cook in the service of Ludovico il Moro was commissioned to prepare a sumptuous Christmas lunch to which many nobles were invited. Unfortunately, the cake was accidentally left in the oven and burnt to a crisp.
Seeing the cook’s despair, Toni, a small scullery boy, suggested bringing to the table a cake he had prepared with what was left in the larder.
The duke and the nobles licked their lips and this cake was renamed ‘pan de Toni‘, hence Panettone.

From that moment on, its success has not stopped.

Even today it is protected by a specification. Since panettone originated in Milan, it was the Milanese confectioners who drew up a specification for the ingredients and the working process in 2003.
These were incorporated into a ministerial decree formalising the rules for the production of real panettone.