|Place of origin|
|Region or state||Southern Italy|
|Main ingredients||Mashed potatoes, eggs, bread crumbs|
Crocchè [krokˈkɛ] (from the French croquettes) are a dish of Neapolitan and Sicilian origin, made from mashed potato and egg, which is covered in bread crumbs and fried. They derived from the French croquettes introduced in the area by the French in the 18th century.
- A feature about a Palermitan friggitoria (in Italian)