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  • log-shaped pastry stuffed with apricot preserves, chopped dates, walnuts, and raisins

Example Sentences

  • "Seeking old jewish recipe for Apple Fluden which is prepared on a cookie sheet and uses a cake like dough, NOT a pie/pastry crust." (

Languages of Origin



פֿלאָדן flodn

Who Uses This

Older: Jews who are middle-aged and older
Ashkenazim: Jews with Ashkenazi heritage


North America




Despite being spelled with an /o/ in written Yiddish, in the dialect areas where the dish was consumed, it was pronounced with a [u], hence fluden.

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