kürtőskalács

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Hungarian[edit]

kürtőskalács

Etymology[edit]

kürtős (of chimney stack) +‎ kalács (cake)

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈkyrtøːʃkɒlaːt͡ʃ/
  • Hyphenation: kür‧tős‧ka‧lács

Noun[edit]

kürtőskalács (plural kürtőskalácsok)

  1. A Hungarian pastry. Popular in fairs and festivals throughout Hungary. It is constructed by wrapping a stripe of dough on a specialized rolling pin which doubles as a spit. It is then glazed and baked by rotating over heat source until the glaze becomes caramelized.

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Usage notes[edit]

The correct spelling is kürtőskalács with ő and not *kürtöskalács because kürtős is derived from kürtő (chimney stack) and not from kürt (horn).

See also[edit]

www.kurtos.eu