Extra Special Italian Prosecco Panettone (was £7.50) Now £4.50 at Asda
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Extra Special Italian Prosecco Panettone (was £7.50) Now £4.50 at Asda

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Found 13th Dec 2017
Asda have not only launched a Prosecco Panettone in time for Christmas - they now have it reduced from £7.50 to £4.50! 🥂

Delicious Italian dessert with a Prosecco twist.....

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May Contain: Nuts.

Contains: Eggs, Milk, Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites, Wheat.

Additives Free From: Artificial Colours, Artificial Flavours.

Ingredients

Wheat Flour
, Water, Sultanas (12%), Sugar, Buttermilk, Candied Orange Peel (8.1%) [Orange Peel, Glucose-Fructose Syrup, Sugar, Acidity Regulator (Citric Acid)], Natural Yeast Starter [Wheat Flour, Water], Egg Yolk, Presecco (3.8%) (contains Sulphur Dioxide) , Emulsifier (Mono- and Diglycerides of Fatty Acids), Glucose Syrup, Salt, Milk Proteins, Flavourings, Skimmed Milk Powder .

For allergens, see ingredients in bold.

Not suitable for Soya allergy sufferers.

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Am I the only one who just doesn't 'get' panettone?
"Asda have not only launched a Prosecco Panettone in time for Christmas - they now have it half price! 🥂"

It's not half price though.
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Am I the only one who just doesn't 'get' panettone?
rumble30 s ago

Am I the only one who just doesn't 'get' panettone?



Nope!
"Asda have not only launched a Prosecco Panettone in time for Christmas - they now have it half price! 🥂"

It's not half price though.
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I prefer pandoro if Italian but for me and my Germanic tastebuds Stollen and Lebkuchen are so much better.
Is there any product that doesn't get Prosecco thrown in it this year? I saw Prosecco cocktail sausages the other day, followed by Prosecco flavoured crisps!!!
Ps - good deal by the way - have some heat.
rumble3 h, 14 m ago

Am I the only one who just doesn't 'get' panettone?


You're doing it wrong. I only use panettone to make bread and butter pudding, so to speak.
rumble13th Dec

Am I the only one who just doesn't 'get' panettone?


I don't get Christmas pudding, Mince pies, Brussel Sprouts or Turkey, either.
siadwel13th Dec

You're doing it wrong. I only use panettone to make bread and butter …You're doing it wrong. I only use panettone to make bread and butter pudding, so to speak.



Errr.....
"..with a Prosecco twist..." ye - the twist is there's no Prosecco - you gotta buy a bottle separately ! Great for prosecco lovers.

Easier to buy a few bottles and then instantly everything is a Prosecco item
Look at all those flipping additives. I've got a recipe for panettone on my bread machine. I'll try it out next Saturday.
It does look ok but I’d be interested in any tried and tested bread maker recipes for this.
Crazy_Kate7113th Dec

I prefer pandoro if Italian but for me and my Germanic tastebuds Stollen …I prefer pandoro if Italian but for me and my Germanic tastebuds Stollen and Lebkuchen are so much better.


I don't understand why you would have to make a choice

I love panettone, usually the one from Lidl. It has to be warmed for me though, but then it's just to die for. Their Stollen is fantastic.
Edited by: "ghostm4n" 17th Dec 2017
I always buy them and they seem to vanish way before Christmas Eve.
Cheap enough for use to make a bread and butter pudding.
OOS!!
Good deal, I was given an M&S version yesterday. Took it back to exchange for shortbread today @ £10 as I hate prosecco and I hate panetonne.
Edited by: "pototea" 17th Dec 2017
Italian Prosecco Panetone?
This is to "Italian" what a Carlsberg Mincepie is to "British".

rumble13th DecAm I the only one who just doesn't 'get' panettone?
What's there to get? It's a cake. You eat it. It tastes nice if you like that sort of cake.
Edited by: "EllEzDee" 17th Dec 2017
siadwel2 m ago

Not a cook then Not a cook then https://www.deliaonline.com/recipes/occasions/christmas/christmas-desserts/panettone-bread-and-butter-pudding-with-marsala


Lol. I was just amazed someone would question all the joys of Christmas...,,the food
£4.50 still seems a lot for what it is. Probably half that money is spent on the packaging. Not even particularly nice, quite bland tasting normally. I can think of about 20 much nicer cakes off the top of my head that are much cheaper. If you haven't tried it before don't be surprised if you aren't impressed at all. Fancy packaging can't disguise a bland product when it hits the taste buds.
bonzobanana18th Dec

£4.50 still seems a lot for what it is. Probably half that money is spent …£4.50 still seems a lot for what it is. Probably half that money is spent on the packaging. Not even particularly nice, quite bland tasting normally. I can think of about 20 much nicer cakes off the top of my head that are much cheaper. If you haven't tried it before don't be surprised if you aren't impressed at all. Fancy packaging can't disguise a bland product when it hits the taste buds.


It's a sweet bread but I guess it's ok to compare it to cake
rev650 m ago

It's a sweet bread but I guess it's ok to compare it to cake


Its definitely presented as a cake of sorts, I can't see it working as the basis of a chip buttie.
bonzobanana4 m ago

Its definitely presented as a cake of sorts, I can't see it working as the …Its definitely presented as a cake of sorts, I can't see it working as the basis of a chip buttie.


It's not a bap. It's fruit bread
rev610 m ago

It's not a bap. It's fruit bread


I wasn't being serious of course. However from my perspective you charge cake like prices for sweetbread and you get compared to cake.
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