Italians love classic sweet panettone that we eat at Christmas but we also enjoy panettone salato - a savory sandwich version. This recipe tells you how to make the bread, then shows you how to slice it and fill it with tuna, olives, anchovies, mozzarella cheese, ham, or whatever you like! It is typically served as a starter at big family gatherings on December 25th.
Substitute roast turkey for the prosciutto if desired.
It's very important for the dough to rise in a warm place, between 77 and 82 degrees F (25 and 28 degrees C). Usually the oven with the light on will do. Also, it won't expose the bread to cold drafts than can compromise the proofing.