|Place of origin||Austria|
|Region or state||Vienna|
|Main ingredients||Strudel dough, cream, egg yolks, almonds, sugar, milk, egg whites, raisins|
The milk-cream strudel (Viennese: Millirahmstrudel, German: Milchrahmstrudel) is a traditional Viennese strudel. It is a popular pastry in Austria and in many countries in Europe that once belonged to the Austro-Hungarian Empire (1867–1918). The milk-cream strudel is an oven-baked pastry dough stuffed with a filling made from diced, milk-soaked bread rolls, egg yolk, powdered sugar, butter, quark, vanilla, lemon zest, raisins and cream and is served in the pan with hot vanilla sauce.
The first documented strudel recipe was a recipe of a milk-cream strudel (Millirahmstrudel) from 1696 in Vienna, a handwritten recipe at the Viennese City Library.
A Viennese legend says that Franz Stelzer (1842–1913), who owned a small inn in Breitenfurt near Vienna, was the inventor of the Millirahmstrudel. In the story he became a very famous and rich man for that.
Besides the strudel dough the ingredients are: cream, egg yolks, blanched, ground almonds, sugar, 1 roll soaked in milk, 2 whites snow (stiffly beaten egg whites). Sprinkle with raisins and bake lightly. Then pour over sugared milk. Let it evaporate. Then bake in casserole. Serve in the pan with hot vanilla sauce.