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strudel

[ strood-l; German shtrood-l ]
/ ˈstrud l; German ˈʃtrud l /
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noun
a pastry, usually consisting of a fruit, cheese, or other mixture, rolled in a paper-thin sheet of dough and baked.
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Origin of strudel

1925–30; <German: literally, eddy, whirlpool
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How to use strudel in a sentence

  • Take cloth in both hands, and roll strudel over and over like roly poly.

    The Story of Crisco|Marion Harris Neil
  • Roll strudel into Criscoed baking pan and bake in hot oven until brown.

    The Story of Crisco|Marion Harris Neil
  • The once perilous Strudel and Wirbel of the Danube are haunted by diabolical legends.

    Demonology and Devil-lore|Moncure Daniel Conway
  • Who enters Ceiner's is prepared to dine from barley soup to apple strudel.

British Dictionary definitions for strudel

strudel
/ (ˈstruːdəl, German ˈʃtruːdəl) /

noun
a thin sheet of filled dough rolled up and bakedapple strudel

Word Origin for strudel

German, from Middle High German strodel eddy, whirlpool, so called from the way the pastry is rolled
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