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I use Linco pie sheets because I wasn't surprised they were broken, so you use what you have and what you like.

In a large pan, or large pan of the stove, grease it with melted butter. Put half of the sheets in the package, but grease each sheet with butter. The package contains 12 sheets, so put 6 overlapping sheets, greased with butter. Add a little fried and ground walnut, spread it over the entire surface of the pie sheets. Now put the rest of the sheets over the walnuts, each greased with butter. When you're done, cut the cake into squares or rhombuses with the tip of a sharp knife. Put the tray in the hot oven at 170-180 degrees for 30 minutes, until it turns brown and golden.

I was supposed to start with the syrup, but I'm telling you now, get ready for the first time syrup: put water, sugar and spices on the fire and let it boil for 10 minutes. While you are making the cake, the syrup has time to cool, so when you are ready with the cake, the syrup is ready.

When you take the tray out of the oven, let it cool for a few minutes, 5 minutes is enough and pour the syrup over the cake with a polish or a bigger spoon. Allow the cake to absorb the syrup well and then serve with halves of walnuts on each piece of cake and sprinkled with a little heated honey.

Good appetite!!!