It has a dome shape, and is served with hot chocolate, or sweet wine.
- 150 gr. strength flour
- 20 gr. fresh yeast bakery
- 100 ml mineral water
First we make the sourdough one day before.
Put all the ingredients of the sourdough in the glass and program 6 seconds, speed 6.
Then put the Thermomix in the closed cup position and program 2 minutes, speed spike.
Put the resulting dough in a bowl covered with plastic wrap in the refrigerator overnight to rise (minimum 8 hours).
- 200 g of sugar
- Skin of 1/2 lemon (without white part)
- 1/2 orange skin (without white part)
- 1 tablespoon of inverted sugar
- 2 tablespoons of muscatel wine
- 70 g of chocolate chips
Put the chocolate chips in a bowl with flour, and flour them, this way they will not go to the bottom.
We put the sugar and the orange and lemon peels and grate 20 seconds, speed 10.
Add the dough and the rest of the ingredients, except the chocolate chips and program 30 seconds, speed 5, has to be well mixed, but program a few seconds.
When finished add the floured nuggets and program 3 minutes, spike speed.
Prepare a mold about 25cm in diameter, with a crown of 25cm sulfurized paper. high approximately.
Make sure it is well attached to the walls of the mold. Pour the dough into the mold and let it rise in a warm place for at least 2 hours.
Preheat in oven to 180º.
When it has gone up it enters the oven for 1 hour. Be careful not to burn the upper part, for this you can protect the panettone with greaseproof paper.
Allow to cool on a rack and cold mold.
A dessert to enjoy on a winter afternoon, under a blanket, with a good movie, while we see the snow falling behind the window, and for me, an absolute pleasure if we accompany it with a hot chocolate to Baileys.