The word strudel means “vortex” in German, just like the shape of this famous dessert that has a long-standing and romantic history. It's said that strudel dough should be so paper-thin that a love letter could be read through it.
Strudel has always been the crowning jewel of South Tyrolean cuisine. It’s very much appreciated and baked in kitchens all over Italy.
Now you can enjoy it every day by simply dipping a spoon into a jar of this very special jam. The raisin and pine nut aromas, the unmistakable cinnamon notes, and the delicate touch of lemon juice result in a warm and autumnal taste you’ll enjoy all year long.
Spread it on bread, use it as pie filling, or make some surprisingly delicious pairings with savoury dishes.
Nutrition Information per 100 g
Energy 911 kJ
Fat < 0 g Of Which Saturates < 0 g Carbohydrate 52 g Of Which Sugars 49 g Protein 1 g Salt 0 g Sodium 4 mg
Ingredients: Apples (60%), sugar, raisins, lemon juice, PINENUTS, cinnamon.
Total sugar content: 27g/100g
Prepared with 98 g of fruit per 100 g
Keep refrigerated after opening (0°/+4°) and consume within 10 days
Net weight: 200 g