Wasp's nest

Wasp's nest

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Sift the flour into a bowl. Add the yeast sachet. Dissolve the sugar and vanilla sugar together with the salt in the warm milk.

Melt the butter and beat the two eggs with a fork. Mix the flour with the eggs, melted butter and milk. Knead until you get a soft but sticky dough. It is a very friendly dough.

Grease a bowl with oil, put the dough and leave to rise for at least 1 hour in the heat.

Meanwhile, grind the walnut kernels and mix with the sugar. Melted butter was added to the walnut mixture.

After doubling the volume of the dough, it is spread on a sheet about 30 centimeters wide, 2-3 millimeters thick.

Spread the filling with a spoon in an even layer. Roll the dough on the long side until a roll is formed.

Cut thick one-finger rolls with a thin, sharp-edged knife. Place the rolls in the trays lined with baking paper, at a distance of 2-3 fingers from each other.

Cover the trays with a clean towel and let the dough rise for another 20-30 minutes.

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees (medium heat). Bake the rolls for 15 minutes or, depending on the oven, until they are cooked through.

In a saucepan, heat the milk, remove from the heat and melt the honey together with the vanilla sugar.

Remove the trays from the oven and, while the rolls are still hot, grease them with plenty of hot syrup directly into the tray. Allow the rollers to cool.

Good appetite!