Panettone with figs and chocolate - Rustichella d'Abruzzo

Panettone with figs and chocolate 750 g

3,32 € / 100 g

Off season. Back in December.


Panettone is a traditional brioche stuffed with raisins, candied fruit and citrus zest. This is the most traditional Italian cakes.

This variation sees the raisins, candied fruit and citrus zest replaced by cherries.

It is in Milan, towards the end of the fifteenth century, that it was invented before being adopted throughout Italy. The legend says that a young aristocrat, who was enamored of the daughter of a baker named Toni, pretended to be an apprentice baker and invented a bread delicacy unusual to impress the father of her well-loved. Its creation was so successful that people flocked to the bakery to buy the magnificent Pan de Toni.

In Milan, the business became accustomed to offer to their customers panettone for Christmas. Indeed, the panettone was long considered a luxury reserved for a small elite because its preparation was not easy.

The panettone is enjoyed by a thousand and one ways: sliced ​​thick or thin. It is particularly popular for breakfast but will delight all at the end of meals.


Wheat flour, egg, dried figs 12,5%, butter, chocolate chips 10% (cocoa paste 49,5%, sugar, cocoa butter 2%, low fat cocoa powder 1.5%, emulsifier: soy lecithin), natural yeast, sugar, glucose syrup, emulsifier: mono and diglycerides of fatty acids, egg yolk, glucose syrup, cocoa butter, salt, skimmed milk powder, natural aromas, preservative: sorbic acid.

May contain traces of nuts.


Abruzzo, Italy


Rustichella d'Abruzzo


Rustichella d'Abruzzo: a nature and a taste to discover. In the region of Abruzzo, in the green heart of Europe, the workshops of craft production Rustichella d'Abruzzo use the best natural ingredients to prepare with the care of the past, delicious panettone and pandoro that have nothing to do with those we usually find in supermarkets.

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