Jaskovo bakes world’s longest strudel for Guinness Book of Records

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Residents of the village of Jaskovo, outside the central Croatian town of Ozalj have baked the longest strudel in the world and their flaky-crust pastry will be recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records.

The 1,479 metre-long apple strudel was baked in the Zitopromoet bakery in Karlovac and the Muss bakery in Ribnik, setting the world record for the longest strudel in the world.

Jaskovo bakers used 520 kg of apples and 260 kg of raising, all grown in the Ozalj region. A member of the jury commission, chef Branko Ognjenovic, said the judges closely monitored every detail of the process, adding that strudels made according to this recipe, namely with apples and raising, were part of Croatia’s culinary tradition.

Locals and passer-bys where then able to sample the Guinness strudel.

The old record for the longest strudel is held by Belgians who baked a 750 metre long pastry. Another Croatian town — Biograd — had baked a 1,200 metre-long strudel, but missed the mark to have its pastry recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records.

(Hina)

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