Strudel meaning

stro͝odl, shtro͝odl
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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.

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A pastry made with fruit or cheese rolled up in layers of thin sheets of dough and then baked.
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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.
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A pastry made from multiple, thin layers of dough rolled up and filled with fruit, etc.
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Origin of strudel

  • German from Middle High German whirlpool

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • German Strudel (“whirlpool, strudel").

    From Wiktionary