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Inghams Italy Advent- 21 dicembre

Sun Dec 2014

Blogmas 21

Pandoro is fast becoming at least as popular as panettone. It’s a perfect choice for those who don’t like raisins or candied fruit, which are present in the recipe of panettone. Pandoro is a sweet, incredibly soft and delicate cake. It is greatly appreciated for its simplicity, which also makes it very versatile and perfect for being decorated in hundreds of ways.

A whole pandoro has sort of a tall star shape. A very easy yet brilliant way of presenting a pandoro on your festive table is to cut it into slices horizontally. Put the slice with the base on a serving plate, then spread it with nutella. When putting the next slice on top of it, make sure that the points are not aligned, but that they all stick out instead. Keep adding the slices, one on top of the other, without forgetting to spread some nutella on them. When you finish, sprinkle your pandoro with icing sugar and decorate the points as you wish. You could use whipped cream, candied cherries or any other fruit.

This Christmas tree is so quick and easy to make! If you are looking for the ‘wow factor’ on your Christmas table, just get your hands on a soft and delicious pandoro!