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|Place of origin||Chile|
|Main ingredients||Wheat flour, yeast, vegetable shortening or butter|
|Cookbook: Hallulla Media: Hallulla|
Hallulla (Spanish pronunciation: [aˈʎuʎa], approximately like ah-YU-yə; from the Hebrew challah) is a popular bread in Chile. The hallulla is a flat round bread baked with vegetable (but sometimes also animal) shortening and is used for several traditional Chilean sandwiches. A typical white hallulla is similar in taste and texture to a scone, but is circular and larger, and more often used with savoury rather than sweet fillings.
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