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I love panettone french toast, but I have to say, I prefer the Williams-Sonoma recipe over this one. (I admit Williams-Sonoma is not the best source for recipes, but trust me.)

The W-S version of this recipe has a few extra ingredients, but it calls for regular milk (not cream), which makes the french toast less rich. Furthermore, the lemon zest, orange juice and Cointreau in the W-S recipe more effectively emphasize the sweet and fruity flavor of the panettone.

You can find the Williams-Sonoma recipe on their web site or in their Christmas (I think) cookbook.


I have been trying to find the W/S Italian Panettone bread recipe. No where can I find it on line. Do you have it or know where I might find it on line?



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