Danish pastry

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British pronunciation/dˈeɪnɪʃ pˈeɪstɹi/
American pronunciation/dˈeɪnɪʃ pˈeɪstɹi/
Danish pastry
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a flat pastry made with a yeasted dough containing apples, nuts, etc., sometimes topped with icing

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Danish pastry definition and meaning

What is "Danish pastry"?

Danish pastry, also known as a "Danish", is a sweet pastry that originated in Denmark and is now popular around the world. It is made from a laminated dough that is layered with butter or margarine to create a flaky and buttery texture. The dough is then rolled out and shaped into various forms, such as a spiral or a braid, and filled with a variety of sweet fillings, such as fruit, cheese, or custard. Danish pastries are typically finished with a sweet glaze or icing and can be served for breakfast, as a snack, or as a dessert. Some popular varieties include the fruit-filled "Danish pastry", the cheese-filled "Danish pastry", and the cinnamon swirl "Danish pastry".

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The pastry chef used dried currants to create a delectable filling for her Danish pastries, pleasing customers with their juicy texture.
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