Bavarian Apple Strudel
Russian Cookie House Bavarian Apple Strudel is NOT simply an apple pie with a strange name but an entirely different thing! The only thing the two have in common is the apple! Russian Cookie House makes it without added sugar.
History: A strudel is a layered pastry with a filling inside, that gained popularity in the 18th century through the Habsburg Empire (1278-1780) during its many centuries of expansion. Strudel is related to the Ottoman Empire\’s pastry baklava, and came to Austria via Turkish to Hungarian and then Hungarian to Austrian/Bavarian cuisine. In these countries, apple strudel is the most widely known kind of strudel. Apple strudel is considered to be one of the national dishes of Austria. The oldest Strudel recipe is from 1696, a handwritten recipe at the City Library of Vienna.
Ingredients: (No added sugar) Apples, Raisins, Sliced Almonds, Cinnamon, Bread Crumbs, Butter, Flour, Egg White, Vegetable Oil, Vinegar, Water, Salt

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