from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A pastry made with fruit or cheese rolled up in layers of thin sheets of dough and then baked.
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- n. a pastry made from multiple, thin layers of dough rolled up and filled with fruit, etc.
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- n. thin sheet of filled dough rolled and baked
A toaster strudel is a ready-made, frozen breakfast pastry sold by Pillsbury that was introduced in the 1980s as a rival to the popular toaster treat, Pop Tarts, made by Kelloggs.
The strudel is a bit like a quiche, in that it has a crust and an eggy filling, but a strudel dough is lighter and flakier than most pie crusts.
Chicken Kiev, Pollo Azteca (where huitlacoche replaces the butter), and the pesto are tan rico, and the apple strudel is not to be missed.
Cassie’s ears perked up at the mention of the word strudel.
Dessert was apple strudel, which is often a cliche, like when it is served at fake German-themed restaurants in the Dandenongs; but is a genuine delight when made properly.
The variant of phyllo called strudel is made somewhat differently.
Normally I take the easy route and prepare any kind of strudel with phyllo dough that can be purchased in the freezer case at most grocery stores.
She befriended her guards, who sometimes brought her beer, cognac, and apple strudel.
We say yes, judging by some of the wonderful treats we've sampled in Beantown, ranging from scrumptious apricot almond strudel to perfectly flaky morning buns to decadent dark hot chocolate.
The festival, which begins on Friday, features endless taste tests of German/Texas (whatever that means) food like potato pancakes, strudel and pretzels, dancing (think the Polka) and basic merriment.
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