chremzel

or chrem·sel

[krem-zuh l; Yiddish khrem-zuh l]
noun, plural chremz·lach [kremz-luh k, -lahk; Yiddish khremz-luhkh, -lahkh] /ˈkrɛmz lək, -lɑk; Yiddish ˈxrɛmz ləx, -lɑx/. Jewish Cookery.
  1. a flat cake made from matzo meal, topped or stuffed with a filling, as of ground meat or fruit and nuts.

Origin of chremzel

From the Yiddish word khremzl
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