Doing a guest post on Sally’s lovely blog. Walnuts are the special guest ! ☺
I have never heard of a nutroll before. I bet it’s great with a nice cup of coffee!
It is amazing just out of the oven, with just about any liquid, Rob. ☺ It’s big in the eastern European immigrant community. Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Ukranian, etc.
Oh my, that looks good, even if I have to crush the nuts with a hammer. 🙂 I’m heading over for the rest of the recipe! Thanks, Van.
Before a food processor, I did the nuts in small batches in a coffee grinder. And in some areas, you can buy walnuts pre-ground. Much more costly, but, still…☺
I have a food processor, but I hate cleaning it. (I’m one of those people who will make extra work to avoid work). 😀 I might have to make an exception.
I’m right there with you on the cleaning that processor. I’m a huge fan of a good knife and cutting board. But, I can do 2 lb of walnuts in seconds…worth it here. ☺
😋 It is very common over here! Actually, you get it in different ways. As a roll, a croissant … it is simply yummy
Ooh…a croissant ?? Hmmm….☺
Oh yes… but with a different dough. It is called nut croissant.
I know what you mean now, Erika. We had them as well. Small, folded-over pieces of dough with the nut, lekvar (prune butter) or apricot filling. ☺
I hope this works
Here is the full link if it did not work out: https://erikakind.files.wordpress.com/2016/09/csm_nussgipfel_offen_d55ae952bb.png
Yep. Those are the ones. Thanks for the pic. Yum ! ☺
Very yum 😋and there are also these
I guess, you call it nut screw. We are pretty nutty here in Europe 😂
For some reason the same picture showed up again. I try it again with this one
Now this looks very yummy… 🙂 xxx
Sounds and looks delicious! Thank you for the recipe! I usually buy a couple of pumpkin rolls this time of year, but I think I’ll try this instead. xoxo
It’s much less cake-like than the pumpkin roll, and I like that it is more like a sweet bread. Let me know if you try it, Kelly. 💝
Absolutely! They make nice gifts too! xo
We make breads like this, too. Your recipe sounds delish!
Thanks, Diane. 💝
That looks like a yummy treat to make on cold days 🙂 Thanks for sharing! I bookmarked the page.
It’s a bit of a time consumer, will keep you home for hours, but it is less complicated than many baking recipes. ☺
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