Frittelle

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Frittelle (sometimes called fritole) are Venetian doughnuts often served during Carnival. Similar to bomboloni, they are round, yeast-risen fried pastries. Frittelle are served in a number of different forms, including Fritelle Veneziane, which are unfilled and have pine nuts and raisins stirred into the dough; as well as several filled varieties.[1] Fillings include pastry cream, Zabaglione, and occasionally less common fillings such as Nutella or unconventional flavors like tiramisu.

In the city of Molfetta located in the Bari province of the Puglia region, frittelle (sometimes spelt frittelli) is used as another name for panzerotti. [2] [3] [4]

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