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Panelle (or panella di ceci) are Sicilian fritters made from gram flour and other ingredients. They are a popular street food in Palermo and are often eaten between slices of bread or on a roll, like a sandwich.
Panelle are believed to be of Arabic origin. They are called panella or paneddi in Sicilian.
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