Panelle (Italian Chickpea Fritters) #SundaySupper

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I am a busy busy lady at the moment. Tomorrow morning I’m up at 5.30am to do a car boot. At the same time last night I went out and stayed up until 4 in the morning.  I’m tired.

Not a good combination. I’m busy because I’m about to move house. I’m about to move out of my 21 person house in the Midlands and back down to Bath for University. When I get back from trying to sell all my spare stuff tomorrow, I have to pack up all my things to move them to Bath on Monday. Busy busy.

 

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This weeks #SundaySupper is global street food. I chose mine a while ago and then forgot all about it! I suddenly remembered today and in a mad rush made some. 

Turns out that it’s okay to do that, because they are so quick and easy to make. 

 

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Honestly these couldn’t have been quicker! So few ingredients and a few minutes to cook.

I chose Italian street food for two reasons.

The first is I’m going on holiday to Italy in a week with my boyfriend and his family. Secondly my boyfriend used to has lived in Italy twice and would be able to tell me if I had made them right! He also translated the recipe from Italian for me so hopefully they are pretty authentic. Hopefully.

 

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They were really tasty, however they definitely needed some kind of sauce to go with them. Nathan said that in Sicily they serve them with ketchup, but i went for a spicy sauce. I also served some in a sandwich.

I would definitely recommend giving these a try.

 

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Panelle
IMG 17062 727x1024 Panelle (Italian Chickpea Fritters) #SundaySupper
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Ingredients
  1. 200g gram flour (chickpea flour)
  2. 500ml water
  3. 2tsp dried parsley
  4. 1tsp salt
  5. 1tsp minced garlic
  6. sunflower or olive oil for frying
Instructions
  1. Line a brownie pan with tinfoil.
  2. Mix together all the ingredients in a pan over a low heat.
  3. Heat and continually mix with a whisk until a smooth thick paste is formed.
  4. Spread out the paste onto the foil so it's just over 1cm thick.
  5. Leave to cool.
  6. When cooled cut into rectangles.
  7. Heat enough oil to cover the bottom of the frying pan with 1cm of oil to a medium heat.
  8. Fry for 2-3 minutes on each side until golden brown and crispy.
  9. Serve with a sauce of your choice or in ciabatta.
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