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Panettone Moulds

Panettone Moulds are baking tins with very high, fluted sides used for baking the Italian Christmas bread called "Panettone" in.

Many are actually made of tin, and so are not dishwasher safe.

You can also get disposable ones made of stiff parchment paper (they won't be fluted.)

You can also get miniature ones, and miniature ones made of paper.

Cooking Tips

Grease metal ones before using.


16-oz (475ml) coffee tins buttered, lined with waxed or grease-proof paper, and then with that paper buttered as well. Or, a charlotte mould, or a narrow, tall soufflé dish.

See also:


Brioche Moulds; Butter Moulds; Chinese Pretzel Iron; Dariole Moulds; Egg Corrals; Flan Moulds; Jelly Moulds; Kaiser Roll Stamp; Panettone Moulds; Pâté Moulds; Rosette Iron; Timbale Moulds

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Oulton, Randal. "Panettone Moulds." CooksInfo.com. Published 04 June 2005; revised 12 March 2010. Web. Accessed 03/23/2018. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/panettone-moulds>.

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