Try this chremsel recipe (chremslach recipe) for the Passover / Pesach festival. A chremsel recipe or chremslach recipe will vary in its ingredients depending on the geographical origin of the creator of the chremsel recipe or chremslach recipe, and on the individual creativity of the recipe-maker.
What is chremslach / chremsel? Chremslach (alternate spellings: "chremzlach, "kremslach" or "kremzlach") is the plural form of "Chremsel" (other spellings: "chremzel", "kremsel", or "kremzel"). "Chremslach" means "fried fritters" or "fried pancakes" in Yiddish, and is yet another popular dish for the Passover / Pesach festival for Ashkenazim (Jews whose ancestors came from Central and/or Eastern Europe; singular form: Ashkenazi, Ashkenaz; descriptive form: Ashkenazic).
Handful seeded raisins
1 lemon rind
6 eggs, separated
1 cup sugar
Vegetable oil for cooking
Stewed prunes for garnish
Instructions for the Chremsel recipe (or Chremslach recipe):