Definitions for streuselˈstru zəl, ˈstrɔɪ-, ˈʃtrɔɪ-
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
streu•selˈstru zəl, ˈstrɔɪ-, ˈʃtrɔɪ-(n.)
a mixture of flour, butter, sugar, nuts, and cinnamon used as a topping esp. on coffeecake.
Origin of streusel:
1925–30; < G: lit., a sprinkling; akin to strew
A crumbly topping for cakes and quick breads. It is made of sugar, flour, butter, cinnamon, and often chopped nuts.
In baking and pastry making, streusel is a crumb topping of butter, flour, and sugar that is baked on top of muffins, breads, pies, and cakes. Some modern recipes add spices and chopped nutmeats. The term is also sometimes used for rich pastries topped with, or mixed with, streusel.
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