This Hungarian walnut roll is usually made around Christmas and Easter as a treat. It takes a little while but is well worth it!
Fantastic, so tasty. Enough to please the whole crowd. - 26 Sep 2009
Just like Mom used to make (almost)! Some things to keep in mind, make sure the loaf is sealed (or the filling spills out) and make sure the dough isn't rolled too thinly. The taste is awesome. - 07 Dec 2008 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
This is exactly what I was looking for! Absolutely delicious, just like I used to eat in Hungary growing up. Now, it's my turn to pass this heavenly tradition on to my boys. My only problem was that it cracked during baking, but it tasted so good no one seemed to care. Note to a previous reviewer, this dough does not rise, it rests. If you are looking for something that rises, it's probably a kalacs or a nut roll. Hope that helps. Boldog Karacsonyt and thank you for this woderful recipes. - 23 Dec 2010 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)