Origin of strudelGer, literally , whirlpool from Old High German stredan, to rush, bubble up from Indo-European an unverified form sret- from base an unverified form ser-, to flow, gush from source serum
Strudel is a pastry made of layers of thin sheets of dough covered with fruit or cream cheese.
A pastry with many layers of dough and stuffed with strawberry filling, then baked, is an example of strawberry strudel.
a kind of pastry made of a very thin sheet of dough covered as with apple slices, cherries, or a cheese mixture, then rolled up and baked
A pastry made with a sweet or savory filling, such as fruit or cheese, rolled up in layers of thin sheets of dough and then baked.
Origin of strudelGerman from Middle High German whirlpool
German Strudel (“whirlpool, strudel").
- Cinnamon Frosting gives you a dose of cinnamon and powdered sugar, Cinnamon Vanilla unites spicy cinnamon with buttery vanilla and SIN-ammon Strudel is pastry heaven with its combination of cinnamon and brown sugar filling.
- The restaurant is known for its strudel, so definitely save room for some dessert.
- Save room for the warm apple strudel, made fresh in the cafe's bakery.
- Save room for dessert -- choose from a variety of homemade tortes, cheesecakes, and apple or cherry strudel.
- For dessert, indulge in rice pudding, peach melba or apple strudel.