Apple Strudel Day is celebrated on June 17 every year as a special day to enjoy this delicious pastry.
All About Apple Strudel
Apple strudel is a traditional German pastry that is made with a flaky dough and filled with a sweet apple filling. It is often served with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.
This dish is believed to date back to the 16th century, when it was first mentioned in a cookbook from Vienna. The name "strudel" comes from the German word "Struzel", which means "swirl".
The dough for apple strudel is made with flour, water, salt, and butter. The filling is made with apples, sugar, cinnamon, raisins, and bread crumbs. The dough is rolled out into a thin sheet and the filling is spread on top. The strudel is then rolled up and baked in an oven.
Apple strudel is a popular dessert in many countries, including Austria, Germany, Hungary, Poland, and the United States. It can be served as a snack or a dessert, and it is often found on menus in cafes and restaurants.
Apple Strudel vs Apple Pie
While both apple strudel and apple pie are made with apples, there are some key differences between the two dishes. Apple strudel is made with a flaky dough and filled with a sweet apple filling, while apple pie is made with a pie crust and filled with a sweetened apple mixture. Apple strudel is often served with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream, while apple pie is usually served with a scoop of ice cream. Apple strudel dates back to the 16th century, while apple pie is thought to have originated in the United States in the 19th century.
Celebrate Apple Strudel Day
Apple Strudel Day is another food holiday that brings people together in the spirit of a beloved dessert. This day is a perfect excuse to make some apple strudel and invite friends and family to enjoy this delightful sweet.