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from NY, US 1 loaf Panettone (store bought) 4 to 6 eggs 1 cup cream 1 heaping Tbs . sugar 2 tsp vanilla or almond extract butter to fry Powdered sugar for garnish Flavored syrups and butter Panettone or Italian fruitcake/ bread, usually is most available around Christmas time . Panettone most often contains candied fruits and citron, raisins etc in a sweet dough. Having leftover Panettone, I decided to make French toast for week end company. It was a great hit. This was served with grilled sausages, fresh fruit salad and a variety of syrups ( blueberry, maple, etc ) , and whipped butter. Probably great for a Chanukah or Christmas breakfast ! Try to use day old or drier left over Panettone. If the Panettone is too soft, the French toast may come out soggy. Combine eggs , cream, sugar and extract and whisk well. Cut the bread into vertical thick slices. If bread is too tall, then cut each slice in half. Dip into egg mixture to coat both sides, Fry in butter until golden. Dust with powdered sugar. Serve with flavored syrups, sliced berries or fresh or stewed fruit. Yield. depends on how may slices you fry . Normally , only part of the loaf is used. P.S. I found another use for the Panettone: makes a great turkey sandwich. Just use sliced turkey and jelled cranberry sauce between the Panettone slices!

Panettone French Toast


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(posted December 19, 2006)

from NY, US

1 loaf
Panettone (store bought)
4 to 6
eggs
1 cup
cream
1 heaping Tbs .
sugar
2 tsp
vanilla or
almond extract
butter to fry
Powdered
sugar for garnish
Flavored syrups and
butter

Panettone or Italian fruitcake/ bread, usually is most available around Christmas time . Panettone most often contains candied fruits and citron, raisins etc in a sweet dough.

Having leftover
Panettone, I decided to make French toast for week end company. It was a great hit. This was served with grilled sausages, fresh fruit salad and a variety of syrups ( blueberry, maple, etc ) , and whipped butter. Probably great for a Chanukah or Christmas breakfast !

Try to use day old or drier left over
Panettone. If the Panettone is too soft, the French toast may come out soggy.

Combine
eggs , cream, sugar and extract and whisk well. Cut the bread into vertical thick slices. If bread is too tall, then cut each slice in half. Dip into egg mixture to coat both sides, Fry in butter until golden. Dust with powdered sugar. Serve with flavored syrups, sliced berries or fresh or stewed fruit.

Yield. depends on how may slices you fry . Normally , only part of the loaf is used.

P.S. I found another use for the
Panettone: makes a great
turkey sandwich. Just use sliced turkey and jelled cranberry sauce between the Panettone slices!



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from Escondido, CA, United States wrote:1  0

I love the French toast although I like to make it a little less rich and use milk instead of cream. Alternatively you can make great bread pudding with Panettone!
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