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A Jewish, syrup-soaked, egg-rich, semolina cake from the Sephardic tradition. The cake is flavoured with ground nuts, cinnamon and grated citrus zest; and once baked sits in a sugar sugar. It"s also called Revani after a 16th century Turkish poet. Tishpishti is a traditional Rosh Hashanah, and special occasion dessert. See 'Rosh Hashanah'

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