Penia (bread)

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Penia
Type Sweet bread
Place of origin Italy
Main ingredients Sugar, butter, eggs, anise seeds, lemons
Cookbook:Penia  Penia
This article is about the Italian bread. For the Greek deity, see Penia.

Penia is a sweet bread that originated in rural Italy and is made during the Easter holiday. Ingredients include sugar, butter, eggs, anise seeds and lemons.