cake of the month
The Australian Women's Weekly Food|Issue 77 2021
Add an Italian touch to your festivities by transforming a panettone into a gorgeous cheat’s Christmas cake.

Panettone with mascarpone & raspberries

PREP TIME 30 MINUTES (+ REFRIGERATION & STANDING) SERVES 12

1 panettone (about 1.1kg)

¼ cup (60ml) orange-flavoured liqueur

750g fresh raspberries

2 teaspoons icing sugar

MASCARPONE FILLING

750g mascarpone cheese

¼ cup (40g) icing sugar

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