Pandoro is just too bland for my tastes, maybe I've never found the right one. However, I'm curious why they are such an inconvenient shape – too tall for cake boxes & kitchen cupboards!
— George Young (@GiorgioGiovane) December 7, 2020
pandoro all the way! so light and fluffy, panettone is just another stodgy fruitcake, every country has those and doesn't really eat them anymore :p
— Sarah ???WEAR A FACE MASK (@sazmeister88) December 8, 2020
Pandoro o panettone? If you prefer the former, you should try its humble ancestor – il nadalin.
— my Italian Circle (@MyItalianCircle) December 7, 2020
Pangiallo romano for me. It is a recipie going back to ancient Rome, made with lots of nuts, chocolate and a crusty covering, it's shaped like a traditional Christmas pudding.
— euroclassics (@baietrusca55) December 7, 2020
We know our readers feel strongly about this topic. Which is the best ?? Italian Christmas cake? ?
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— The Local Italy (@TheLocalItaly) December 7, 2020
Definitely Team Panettone. Pandoro is great with lemony mascarpone for dessert, but it doesn't have the versatility of panettone when it comes to leftovers…trifle, bread & butter pud, french toast, fried in butter and served with baked apples ?
— Alice Mulhearn Williams (@alifoodie) December 7, 2020
Pandoro is simply delicious, especially when you add some Chantilly cream to it and panettone is significantly overrated.
— Angelo Boccato ?? ?? ?? ?? (@Ang_Bok) December 7, 2020
I was team Pandoro until a few years ago. Now I'm full on Panettone with lashings of cream and/or affogato al limoncello ?
— ｆａｂｒｉｚｉｏ ??? (@fabrizioviani) December 7, 2020