'strudel' on Serious Eats

Bake the Book: Quark Custard Strudel

While fruit filled strudels are the norm on these shores, in Austria filling options are much more vast a varied. One of the fillings that's pretty much everywhere in Austria (but nowhere here) is Milchramstrudel or Quark Custard Strudel, a lightly sweet and tangy cheese filled strudel that's baked with a creamy, custardy sauce. More

Quark Custard Strudel

While fruit-filled strudels are the norm on these shores, in Austria filling options are much more vast and varied. One of the fillings that's pretty much everywhere in Austria (but nowhere here) is Milchramstrudel or Quark Custard Strudel, a lightly sweet and tangy cheese-filled strudel that's baked with a creamy, custardy sauce. More

Bake the Book: Easy Apple Strudel

The secret to this incredibly easy Apple Strudel comes from the freezer section in the form of phyllo dough. Brushing the dough with copious quantities of clarified butter and confectioners' sugar makes for a shatteringly flaky crust that's wrapped around a a sweet-tart apple-sour cream filling studded with currants, raisins, and walnuts. Baked in a 450°F oven for a brief 15 minutes, the pastry browns while the apples retain just the right amount of crisp and tart. More

6 Spots for Delicious Strudel in the Washington, D.C. Area

I like a cookie and a glass of eggnog every now and then, but I don't understand why warm, soft apple filling inside a flaky pastry crust has to go by the wayside come December. Thankfully, apple strudel is a delicious stand-in that lets you enjoy fruit dessert through the New Year. Here are 6 tasty strudels in the D.C. area—some traditional and apple-filled, and other more unusual options. More

More Posts