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|Type||Fritter, street food|
|Place of origin||Germany|
|Region or state||Rheinland|
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Reibekuchen are German potato fritters, also known as Kartoffelpuffer. They are common in many areas of Germany, the name "Reibekuchen" being characteristic to the Rheinland area. Reibekuchen may be served with apple sauce, pumpernickel bread, treacle, or with Maggi-brand seasoning sauce. They are often sold at street fairs and markets, such as Christmas markets in Germany.
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