VIVAlife - Christmas
celebration became the most awaited moment of Christians throughout the world. Besides synonymous with the Christmas tree, it is also synonymous with celebration cakes and other tasty dishes.
As in Italy, the cake in a shape of bread called panettone, becoming one of the dishes to be presented at Christmas.
In America too many pastry shops and bakeries that sell reams Panettone during the month of December before Christmas.
As reported yumsugar.com, the Italians usually make use of seasonal fruit Panettone. Panettone has its origins from the Italian word that means small cake.
This christmas cake has a long history. Originally, the cake has a light and fluffy texture is called pane in tono which means 'fancy cake' because it is made with delicious ingredients such as butter, eggs, milk, raisins, grated orange peel, and nuts. This cake was first made in Milan, Italy, in Roman times to the 18th century. In the 20th century, panettone is produced on a large scale so that the price to go down, but its popularity as a typical Christmas cake rise.
Many Italians who make panettone for Christmas and New Year. Panettone, not just regular cakes. Many Italians call this cake as a symbol of the Italian culture. At Christmas, each family will be present on the Italian panettone for guests who visited their home.
Panettone is traditionally usually served with wine or coffee. Some Italians eat it with a dollop of mascarpone cheese which is a fresh cheese from Italy created using the cream from cow's milk.
Panettone is packed neatly can survive long enough. It could even be frozen for consumption until next year. The rest of the dry-textured cake is also commonly used as a bread pudding or bread pudding.