Posted to fill a request for a recipe another member was searching for that had been made by a German lady. Apparantly, the origins of this recipe are actually from German-Romanian culture, as this is a traditional pastry from Transylvania, an area in Romania where some Germans had settled many ages ago. Adapted from a version found on Aunt Runner's Lost Recipes site. This is a coffeecake pastry served at Easter time. It has several rises, so plan ahead. The original recipe says the dough is enough to make 2, but the filling is enough for one. So, unless you wish to make 2 at once, you may wish to divide the dough in half after the second rise, wrap well and freeze for future use. I have not made this yet, so I am guessing on the number of servings.