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Motta Traditional Il Pandoro

Soft Golden Treat

Il Pan­doro is a soft cake with a nice gold­en col­or, rich in but­ter, eggs, and with vanil­la aro­ma for an unmis­tak­able taste. 

Tast­ing Notes from the Curator

Mot­ta brings you a well-loved Ital­ian clas­sic and a vari­a­tion from your Panet­tone. Il Pan­doro is a soft cake with a nice gold­en col­or, rich in but­ter, eggs, and with vanil­la aro­ma for an unmis­tak­able taste. Typ­i­cal­ly a Veronese prod­uct, pan­doro is tra­di­tion­al­ly shaped like a frus­tum with an eight-point­ed star sec­tion. It also said to be called the ​“Verona Christ­mas Cake”

Pair­ings

Although Pan­doro can be enjoyed as is with a cup of cof­fee or some mulled wine on the side. If you’re look­ing to spruce up this soft cake, there are a cou­ple things you can do. You can warm up a few slices of Pan­doro in the oven and serve with a scoop of fresh gela­to. Lat­te, pis­ta­chio and choco­late gela­to makes good part­ners for this cake. If you have some mas­car­pone lay­ing around ( or if you’re feel­ing great, you can get our Opti­mus Mas­car­pone ) — you can choose to mix fresh mas­car­pone with eggs and sug­ar and serve along­side a few slices of Pan­doro and top with fresh berries!

A Hun­dred-Year Old Tradition

In 1919 the young Ange­lo Mot­ta found­ed an arti­san lab­o­ra­to­ry of con­fec­tionery prod­ucts, the Ange­lo Mot­ta Pas­ticciere . Its flag­ship prod­uct is panet­tone: Ange­lo revis­its the orig­i­nal recipe, to cre­ate the unmis­tak­able high and soft dessert. In 1925 he inau­gu­rat­ed the first shop in the Car­lo Alber­to gallery, and at the end of the 1930s the first fac­to­ry opened. But this is only the begin­ning: between ​‘37 and ​‘57 the pro­duc­tion grows 7 times: since 1950 Mot­ta pro­duces icon­ic prod­ucts such as the first ice cream on a stick and the first snack. Then comes the stuffed panet­tone, the Tartu­fone, Today the com­pa­ny has expand­ed, bring­ing new prod­ucts such as this Pan­doro and reach­ing new places all around the world with the aim to make Ital­ian Christ­mas Clas­sics well-loved everywhere!

Storage Instructions

Serve at room tem­per­a­ture. An opened Pan­doro can last as long as 45 days in room tem­per­a­ture giv­en that it is stored back inside its keep fresh bag. Do not throw out the bag. Store your left­over Pan­doro inside the bag and reseal before bring­ing out to serve again. Does not need refrig­er­a­tion or you will risk the cake get­ting too hard to eat. 

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