Definitions for tortetɔrt; Ger. ˈtɔr tə; ˈtɔr tn
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tortetɔrt; Ger. ˈtɔr tə; ˈtɔr tn(n.)(pl.)tortes
a rich cake made with eggs, ground nuts, and usu. no flour.
Origin of torte:
1955–60; < G < It torta < LL tōrta (panis) round loaf (of bread)
rich cake usually covered with cream and fruit or nuts; originated in Austria
A rich, dense cake, typically made with many eggs and relatively little flour (as opposed to a sponge cake or gu00E2teau).
Origin: From Torte
A torte is a rich, usually multilayered, cake that is filled with whipped cream, buttercreams, mousses, jams, or fruits. Ordinarily, the cooled torte is glazed and garnished. A torte may be made with little to no flour, but instead with ground nuts or breadcrumbs, as well as sugar, eggs, and flavorings.
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