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Kreplach

Triangular pockets of dough (similar to ravioli), traditional in Ashkenazic Jewish cookery, filled with meat and served with soup; or with sweet fillings - served with sour cream. Round shapes, and fruit-filled versions are called Varenikes, possibly after the Persian word for "fruit conserve" varenje. Triangular pockets of dough (similar to ravioli), traditional in Ashkenazic Jewish cookery, filled with meat and served with soup; or with sweet fillings - served with sour cream. Round shapes, and fruit-filled versions are called Varenikes, possibly after the Persian word for "fruit conserve" varenje.

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