rugelach

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Rugelach
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From Yiddish ראָגאַל (rogal) with plural suffix ־לעך (-lekh), from Polish rogal.

Noun[edit]

rugelach (plural rugelach)

  1. A type of Jewish pastry, which may be filled with various fruit, nuts, chocolate, etc.
    • 2007 April 1, Jane Wollman Rusoff, “Funny Things Happened on the Way to the Condo”, in New York Times[1]:
      Then he ambles to his dressing room, where rugelach and carrot sticks sit on a coffee table for a postshow nosh.

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