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rug·e·lach

or rug·a·lach  (rŭg′ə-ləKH)
n.
A cookie of cream-cheese dough spread with filling, such as jam or nuts, and then rolled into a crescent shape.

[Yiddish rogelekh, rugelekh, pl. of rogele, rugele, a rugelach, of Slavic origin; akin to Polish rogal, crescent-shaped bread roll, from róg, horn.]

rugelach

(ˈruːɡələx)
n
(Cookery) a fruit-and-nut pastry shaped like a croissant
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rugelach - pastry made with a cream cheese dough and different fillings (as raisins and walnuts and cinnamon or chocolate and walnut and apricot preserves)
pastry - any of various baked foods made of dough or batter
Translations
רוגעלך
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