The best pandoro I have found is Aldi specially selected specialist its light and fluffy fabulous quality and a couple of £’s cheaper than most other brands.
Pandoro Eggs Smoked bacon rashers Icing sugar butter for cooking Maple syrup Mixed spice
Put the bacon in the grill. Line the bottom with foil for easy fat removal, Keep an eye on it until it’s cooked through for 7-10 minutes. turning once.
While the bacon is cooking, crack 3 medium eggs into a jug add a splash of milk and a teaspoon of mixed spice.
Slice your Pandoro. You want to use the light coloured middle slices rather than the darker crust on the edges. Youll need 2 large slices.
Place the pandoro on a plate and drizzle with the egg mixture lightly coating the entire surface. Turn the slice over and do the same on the other side. Then repeat with the second slice.
Heat a knob of butter in a griddle pan or frying pan. ( you could also use a pancake plate) for around 3 minutes on each side, lift the edge to check it’s not burning. You’re looking for a deep golden colour before you turn it over.
Once your slice is cooked through the place on a plate sprinkle with icing sugar on both sides top with your bacon and maple syrup.