Chremslach (singular chremsl or chremzl, Yiddish: כרעמזל, plural כרעמזלעך), also chremzlekh, is a Jewish food eaten on Passover. Chremslach are small thick pancakes or fritters made of matza meal.
Chremslach is also the word used by Jews from Eastern Europe for Potato Latkes.
- Passover chremslach. Retrieved on 1 May 2009
- Russian recipe for chremslach (хремзлах) (in Russian). Retrieved on 1 May 2009
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