ljh3238 saysFried dough with raisinsMy mother used to make a fried dough with raisins that she called (it sounds like) pizza frette; not the traditional zeppole. Does anyone have a receipe for this or the proper spelling so I can locate one??posted in Fried Italian Favoriteslast discussed by ljh3238 on 12.26.11 0
dougster27 saysPardulas (spelling?)Saw Lidia make this fried pasta & cheese pastries today on "Lidia's Italy", but did not write the recipe down. I also can't find it here on Lidia's site. They looked terrific Any help? Thanks!posted in Fried Italian Favoriteslast discussed by loveya on 09.15.11 1
italianabrasileira saysspicey pan fried chickenlidia (2 days ago) prepared a recipe with her son
...it was a whole chicken that was pan fried for about
one hour...it was a spicey recipe...the Italian region was the eastern most district (the front part of the Boot)....lidia and her son put anchovies between the skin and meat and they also used capers....i cannot find the recipe online....does anyone have it? posted in Fried Italian Favoriteslast discussed by italianabrasileira on 12.27.10 0
beverlyj saysDoes anyone recognize the words...crispelli or inguanti? My grandmother made them at Christmastime.posted in Fried Italian Favoriteslast discussed by mimi5511 on 12.29.10 2
nanettek saysfried baccalaMy grandmother made fried baccala every Christmas. The dough was made with flour and water and yeast and she also put raisins in it. Does anyone know of a recipe like this.
posted in Fried Italian Favoriteslast discussed by lfa on 12.19.12 3
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