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|Place of origin||Limburg, Belgium and Germany|
|Main ingredients||Rice pudding|
|Cookbook: Rijstevlaai Media: Rijstevlaai|
In Dutch and Belgian cuisine, rijstevlaai (Dutch) or tarte au riz (French) (German: Reisfladen, all translate to rice pie) is a pie with a filling based on rice pudding. It is native to Verviers and popular around the wider region of Eastern Belgium, south-eastern Netherlands and the German region around Aachen. Best served cold.
Typically they are made 'single-crust' - with no layer of pastry covering the top.
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