Strùdel is a traditional pastry that originated in the Trentino region of Italy. It is a delicious dessert made with thin layers of dough filled with a variety of sweet or savory ingredients. In Trento, you can find this delightful treat in several towns and communes, including Trento itself, Rovereto, and Pergine Valsugana.

One popular place to find strùdel in Trento is at the Pasticceria De Bondi, located in the heart of the city. This renowned pastry shop offers a wide selection of strùdel flavors, including apple, cherry, and apricot. Another great option is the Pasticceria Dolomiti, situated in Rovereto, where you can find a delicious strùdel filled with nuts and raisins.

If you’re feeling adventurous and want to try making strùdel at home, here are a couple of recipes to get you started. For a classic apple strùdel, you will need thinly sliced apples, sugar, cinnamon, raisins, and breadcrumbs. Roll out the dough, spread the breadcrumbs, and layer the apple mixture on top. Roll it up and bake until golden brown.

For a savory strùdel, you can try a spinach and ricotta filling. Sauté spinach with garlic and mix it with ricotta cheese, Parmesan, and nutmeg. Spread the mixture on the dough, roll it up, and bake until crispy.

Strùdel is a traditional product of Trentino and has been recognized with the PAT (Traditional Agri-Food Products) recognition. This certification ensures that the strùdel is made following specific traditional methods and using local ingredients. Some of the specifications for strùdel include using apples from the Val di Non, a specific type of flour, and traditional preparation techniques.

– “Strudel di mele” – Pasticceria De Bondi (
– “Strudel di noci e uvetta” – Pasticceria Dolomiti (
– “Strudel di mele” recipe – Giallo Zafferano (
– “Strudel di spinaci e ricotta” recipe – Sale&Pepe (
– “Strudel di mele” – Prodotti Agroalimentari Tradizionali (