|Place of origin||Israel|
|Main ingredient(s)||Eggs, sugar|
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Kichel (plural kichlach) is a popular Jewish and Israeli sweet cracker or cookie commonly made with egg and sugar rolled out flat and cut into large diamond shapes. Although sweet they are typically eaten with a savoury dip or topping. They are also popular in Israel as a sweet snack or dessert. Jews in South Africa commonly serve kichel with chopped herring.
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