In Tuscany, they are known as cenci (rags) but this is a typical recipe throughout Italy. It's a Carnival sweet treat with many names such as chiacchiere, crostoli, frappe and bugie.
It's a simple dough made with flour, eggs, butter, and sugar, enhanced with lemon or orange zest and a few tablespoons of a liqueur such as vinsanto, marsala, sambuca, brandy, or even grappa. The dough is then thinly rolled and fried until light and crispy.
Cenci are served sprinkled with sugar or drizzled with honey.