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|Place of origin||Germany|
|Main ingredients||Butter, flour, sugar|
In baking and pastry making, streusel (German pronunciation: [ˈʃtʁɔʏzl̩]) is a crumbly topping of flour, butter, and sugar that is baked on top of muffins, breads, pies, and cakes. Some modern recipes add spices and chopped nutmeats. The mixture can also be layered or ribboned in the middle of a cake.
The term is also sometimes used for rich pastries topped with, or mixed with, streusel.
- What Is Streusel?, wisegeek.com, Accessed 8 February 2015
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