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Panelle e Crocchè.jpg
TypeStreet food
Place of originItaly
Region or stateSicily and Campania
Main ingredientsMashed 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.

Crocchè are typically a Southern Italian street food, ubiquitous at friggitorie specializing in fried foods, the Italian equivalent of Fish and chip shops.

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