Zippuli

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Zippuli
Zippuli
Zippuli
Place of originItaly
Region or stateCalabria
Main ingredientsFlour, potatoes

A zippula (plural: zippuli; also spelled zeplee and zippuile) is a fried dough made to a recipe from Calabria, Italy. Zippuli are made with flour, water, yeast, boiled potatoes, and a pinch of salt.[1] There are many variations: often anchovies are added, but cheese, sun-dried tomatoes, olives, or spicy 'nduja sausage may also be added.[2]

Though variations exist amongst some Calabrian families, the zippula dough is prepared with fresh parsley, formed into zippuli, deep-fried in a skillet, and dipped in marinara sauce upon consumption.

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  1. ^ "Zippuli recipe". Il Globo. Retrieved 25 February 2022.
  2. ^ "Zippuli - Traditional Appetizer From Calabria". TasteAtlas. Retrieved 25 February 2022.