Most people are left with an abundance of leftover panettone over the Christmas period (unless my Dad is in the house!) This recipe which I found in Nigel Slater’s Real Fast Puddings book, is perfect for those times you’re left pondering what to do with that last slice of dry panettone. This buttery, moisture-inducing sandwich will liven things up again!
When I tested the recipe, I wasn’t particularly hungry, and since it’s quite a heavy pudding, please ensure everyone has empty stomachs before making it! You won’t want to eat for hours after!
1 slice of panettone (see my recipe if you want to make your own)
2 tbsp of mincemeat
30g salted butter
1. Slice your panettone like you would a slice of bread. Cut in half.
2. Spread one half with the mincemeat and top with the other half of panettone.
3. Melt the butter in a griddle pan (or a normal frying pan will do).
4. Once bubbling, add the sandwich and fry on both sides until golden brown. Cut in half and serve. Enjoy with a nice cuppa or a pot of coffee.
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