Southern Italy fried dough (Pitti i Natali)
The "pitti" are a Southern Italy traditional specialty that is made during the Christams Holidays, typically on Christams and New Year's eve. It's essentially fried dough that may also include very savory items, like sardines. It is also not unusual to have sugar added over it and make it into a "dessert" offering.
Like all fried dough type recipes, the pitti are best eaten while hot and for the Holidays meals these are used on the table as bread.Submitted by: LIVE4VTSNOW
CALORIES: 123.2 |
FAT: 2.4g |
PROTEIN: 3.4g |
CARBS: 23.6g |