Babka refers to a sweet Polish yeast bread that usually contains almond and raisins. Recent versions versions use chocolate and cinnamon.
Other definition:
Babka refers to a rum-scented sweet yeast bread coming from Poland. Babka is studded with almonds, raisins and orange peel.

Babka is pronounced "bahb-kah"

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