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Knead a dough from the above ingredients (if it is soft, add a little more flour) until it forms blisters, then knead it well and cover with a towel, leave it to rise until it doubles in volume (I left it for about 1 hour and a half).

After it has risen, divide the dough into 4 and from each one make a sheet that you grease with the cream obtained (beat the butter with the sugar until it melts) then, preferably, sprinkle with walnuts or coconut. Make a roll from which you cut the pieces of about 4 cm and put them in a tray next to each other, leaving them to rise for another 30 minutes, then put them in the preheated oven at 180 °.

After about 20 minutes, take them out and grease them with the syrup obtained by boiling the milk with the sugar and vanilla, then put them back in the oven until they are well browned.


How to make a wasp nest


To prepare this dessert, you must have ingredients prepared for both the dough and the filling and syrup. Therefore, here is what should be on your shopping list:

Ingredients for wasp nest dough:

- 500 g of flour
- 250 g of margarine / butter
- 2 tablespoons sour cream
- 2 eggs
- a pinch of salt
- 4 tablespoons of sugar
- a tablespoon of lard (optional)
- 25 g of yeast
- warm milk (for mayonnaise).

Ingredients for wasp nest filling:

- 250 g of walnuts (or ground walnuts)
- 200 g of sugar
- 100 ml of milk (butter can also be used).

Ingredients for wasp nest syrup:

- 150 ml of water
- 100 g of sugar.

Wasp nest preparation:

1. Prepare the mayonnaise as follows: put the yeast in a bowl, add the sugar, then mix well.
2. In the next stage, put warm milk and a little flour, then homogenize the composition.
3. Add all the flour in a bowl and place the mayonnaise made according to the instructions in steps 1 and 2.
4. Add sour cream, salt powder, sugar and egg yolks.
5. Then put the preheated butter and lard (optional).
6. Knead the dough well, then cover and leave to rise.
7. Meanwhile, heat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius and prepare the filling for the wasp nest.
8. In a bowl, on the fire, heat the milk together with the sugar. When the sugar melts, add the ground walnuts.
9. Mix well, then leave to cool.
10. Separately, beat the egg whites with a little sugar, add to the filling and mix well.
11. The dough is divided into four equal parts.
12. Form sheets over which the walnut filling is placed.
13. Roll, then cut into suitable pieces that are placed on a tray lined with baking paper.
14. The wasp nests thus formed are left to bake for 20-25 minutes.
15. At the end, grease the nests with syrup or, according to your preferences, add powdered sugar.

Now that you know the recipe for a wasp's nest delicious, all we have to do is wish you good appetite! Lovers will definitely appreciate this simple but extremely tasty dessert.


Wasp nest with a super dough

It took
Sift flour. Mix the sugar with the salt and dissolve in the warm milk.
Separately, in a bowl, beat eggs with melted and cooled butter, milk (in which you dissolved sugar and salt) and warm water.
You can make the dough for wasp nests, either in the bread machine (1) or by kneading it by hand (2):
1 / Put the composition with eggs, sifted flour in the bread machine, sprinkle with dry yeast, vanilla sugar and set the bread machine on the kneading and leavening program.

* If you use fresh yeast, then grease it with the sugar from the recipe and dissolve it in a little warm milk (from the amount specified in the ingredients), before adding it in the order above.

2 / If you do not use a bread machine, proceed as follows: put in a large bowl that will leave room for movement, flour mixed with sugar and salt.
Make a hole in the middle and pour the composition with eggs.
Sprinkle dry yeast and vanilla sugar on top.
Bring the flour from the edges of the bowl and mix it with the liquid in the center to obtain a homogeneous mixture.
Then start kneading, for at least 15-20 minutes, until you get a fine and smooth dough that comes off the bowl and hand.

* If you use fresh yeast, then grease it with the sugar from the recipe and dissolve it in a little warm milk (from the amount specified in the ingredients). Let the yeast activate for 10 minutes, in a warm place, before adding it in the above order.

Put the dough obtained in a bowl greased with a little oil, cover the bowl with plastic wrap and kitchen towels and leave to rise for about 1 hour, in a warm place, without cold air currents or until it doubles in volume.

Filling
Rub the soft butter well with the sugar until it becomes a frothy cream.

Place the raised dough on the slightly floured work table and knead it lightly, then divide it in two.
Spread one rectangular sheet of dough at a time with a thickness of about 3-4 mm.
Grease each sheet with ½ of the amount of foamed butter.
Sprinkle evenly with ½ ground walnuts, then cinnamon, to taste (optional).
Roll the sheet on the long side in a roll.
Cut the roll into 3-4 cm thick slices.
Transfer the slightly spaced slices and place them in a round tray (with removable walls) with a diameter of 26 cm / rectangular tray, previously greased with butter and sprinkled with sugar, including the side walls.
Cover the tray with a plastic wrap and leave to rise for 30-40 minutes, in a warm place, until it doubles in volume.
Sprinkle the nests with sugar / brown sugar, optionally.
Place in the preheated oven for about 20 minutes, at 180 degrees or until the dough becomes firm and begins to brown.

Syrup
Meanwhile, prepare the syrup: bring the milk to a boil and dissolve the sugar.
Set aside and add the vanilla sugar.

Remove the tray from the oven and sprinkle / grease the nests with 1/3 of the amount of hot syrup.
Put the tray back in the oven for another 15 min.
Remove the tray from the oven again and sprinkle / grease the nests with ½ of the remaining hot syrup.
Leave the nests for another 5 minutes in the oven, then sprinkle / grease with the rest of the hot syrup.
Bake for another 5 minutes or until the dough is done, the wasp nests are ripe and nicely browned.
Remove the tray from the oven and immediately the nests in the tray, by overturning, so that the sugar does not harden.
Put the wasp nests back on a plate, in the position held in the tray.
Allow to cool.
Powdered with vanilla powdered sugar (optional)

Serve the wasp nests, warm, but they are just as good and fluffy and cold.


Wasps are insects that belong to the subfamily & # 8222Vespinae & # 8221, the family & # 8222Vespidae & # 8221, which includes 61 species spread around the globe. The wasps have a yellow body with black stripes, similar in appearance to the polystyrene, only the former are larger. They live in colonies. The honeycomb-shaped nest is made of crushed wood with insect jaws.

The eggs are laid in the spring by a queen that lives for a year, the larvae being fed on insects destroyed by adult wasps. They feed on nectar, pollen, plant juices, insects and their larvae.


Wasp nest with cinnamon and raisins

Mix all the ingredients for the wasp nest top and leave to rise for about 3 hours. After the dough has risen enough, roll it out with a rolling pin and dust it with flour if it is too sticky. Spread the thin dough in a rectangular shape and grease with melted butter, then sprinkle with sugar, cinnamon and raisins. You can also put crushed walnut kernels if you want a thicker cake.

Roll the dough lengthwise and glue the ends so that the composition does not run. Cut fairly thick slices (two to three fingers thick).

Grease a pan with butter or line it with baking paper and place the slices in the pan.

Leave the dough to rise in the pan until the oven heats up over high heat (200 degrees).

You can sprinkle sugar with cinnamon and crushed walnuts or even walnuts on top, for a more artistic look. Bake for 10-15 minutes, but be careful not to burn.


Wasp nest with a super dough

It took
Sift flour. Mix the sugar with the salt and dissolve in the warm milk.
Separately, in a bowl, beat eggs with melted and cooled butter, milk (in which you dissolved sugar and salt) and warm water.
You can make the dough for wasp nests, either in the bread machine (1) or by kneading it by hand (2):
1 / Put the composition with eggs, sifted flour in the bread machine, sprinkle with dry yeast, vanilla sugar and set the bread machine on the kneading and leavening program.

* If you use fresh yeast, then grease it with the sugar from the recipe and dissolve it in a little warm milk (from the amount specified in the ingredients), before adding it in the order above.

2 / If you do not use a bread machine, proceed as follows: put in a large bowl that will leave room for movement, flour mixed with sugar and salt.
Make a hole in the middle and pour the composition with eggs.
Sprinkle dry yeast and vanilla sugar on top.
Bring the flour from the edges of the bowl and mix it with the liquid in the center to obtain a homogeneous mixture.
Then start kneading, for at least 15-20 minutes, until you get a fine and smooth dough that comes off the bowl and hand.

* If you use fresh yeast, then grease it with the sugar from the recipe and dissolve it in a little warm milk (from the amount specified in the ingredients). Let the yeast activate for 10 minutes, in a warm place, before adding it in the above order.

Put the dough obtained in a bowl greased with a little oil, cover the bowl with plastic wrap and kitchen towels and leave to rise for about 1 hour, in a warm place, without cold air currents or until it doubles in volume.

Filling
Rub the soft butter well with the sugar until it becomes a frothy cream.

Place the raised dough on the slightly floured work table and knead it lightly, then divide it in two.
Spread one rectangular sheet of dough at a time with a thickness of about 3-4 mm.
Grease each sheet with ½ of the amount of foamed butter.
Sprinkle evenly with ½ ground walnuts, then cinnamon, to taste (optional).
Roll the sheet on the long side in a roll.
Cut the roll into 3-4 cm thick slices.
Transfer the slightly spaced slices and place them in a round tray (with removable walls) with a diameter of 26 cm / rectangular tray, previously greased with butter and sprinkled with sugar, including the side walls.
Cover the tray with plastic wrap and leave to rise for 30-40 minutes, in a warm place, until it doubles in volume.
Sprinkle the nests with sugar / brown sugar, optionally.
Place in the preheated oven for about 20 minutes, at 180 degrees or until the dough becomes firm and begins to brown.

Syrup
Meanwhile, prepare the syrup: bring the milk to a boil and dissolve the sugar.
Set aside and add the vanilla sugar.

Remove the tray from the oven and sprinkle / grease the nests with 1/3 of the amount of hot syrup.
Put the tray back in the oven for another 15 min.
Remove the tray from the oven again and sprinkle / grease the nests again with ½ of the remaining hot syrup.
Leave the nests in the oven for another 5 minutes, then sprinkle / grease with the rest of the hot syrup.
Bake for another 5 minutes or until the dough is done, the wasp nests are ripe and nicely browned.
Remove the tray from the oven and immediately the nests in the tray, by overturning, so that the sugar does not harden.
Put the wasp nests back on a plate, in the position you had in the tray.
Allow to cool.
Powdered with vanilla powdered sugar (optional)

Serve the wasp nests, warm, but they are just as good and fluffy and cold.


How to get rid of wasps - some simple and effective methods!

The control of wasps must be done in the evening, when all the wasps return to their nest to spend the night. This way you will have more chances to get rid of them. If you apply the procedure of destroying wasps during the morning or day, when most of them fly in various parts, you will treat the nest practically empty. By removing the empty nest, you will be exposed to the continuous attacks of the returned wasps, because these insects are quite vengeful. We can only guess what the consequences of these assaults would be.

You can get rid of wasps independently, using solutions designed to combat them or contact the disinsection services. Here are some methods you can use for this purpose.

1. PLASTIC GLASS TRAPS

Remove the label from the glass and cut it to the "shoulders". Turn it upside down and pour a little sour compote into it. Then insert the top, previously cut, into it, fixing it upside down.

2. VINEGAR

It is effective to sprinkle curtains and drapes with vinegar. Initially, it would be better to ask your family members if they can stand the smell of vinegar or if they are not allergic to it.

3. BOILING WATER

If you find wasp nests in the ground, flood them with hot water. This method will not be effective if you use a saucepan or teapot because they have small volumes.

If you have a summer pool and during sunny and hot days the water in it heats up quite a bit (reaching the boiling state), then you can use a hose and flood the nest in abundance. After that, it would be good to cover the nest (it looks like a mole's mound) with earth and to beat it very well.

4. APA

The best known and simplest method: take a glass jar, a saucepan or bucket (depending on the size of the nest) and fill it with water. Carefully lift the vessel to the bottom of the nest and completely immerse it in water. "Water procedures" should take about 5 minutes.

During this time the nest will be completely softened, and the wasps in it will die. So that the wasps, which will hurry to help those exposed to drowning, do not sting you, equip yourself with gloves and a beekeeper's hat. You can place in advance, at a distance of 3-4 meters from the nest, a plate with sugar syrup or jam. All the wasps will be there and will not prevent you from "cleaning".

5. PLASTIC BAG AND INSECTICIDES

Often wasps make their nests in places, to which it is impossible to climb with a saucepan or bucket. In such cases you can use another method:

-take a thick plastic bag and put it on the nest. Then fix it compactly to the wall (ceiling, rafters, etc.). You can glue it with shells or pawns. Then cut a corner of the bag and spray any insecticide inside it. Close the hole in the bag and let the "gas chamber" work for about 60 minutes. After that, peel off the bag and break the nest.

To prevent the wasps from returning to their previous place, you need to scrape off the nest with a knife and process that part with potassium permanganate solution or hydrogen peroxide. Spray it with any available insecticide and hang a sticky tape for the most stubborn insects.


Wasp nest with a super dough

It took
Sift flour. Mix the sugar with the salt and dissolve in the warm milk.
Separately, in a bowl, beat eggs with melted and cooled butter, milk (in which you dissolved sugar and salt) and warm water.
You can make the dough for wasp nests, either in the bread machine (1) or by kneading it by hand (2):
1 / Put the composition with eggs, sifted flour in the bread machine, sprinkle with dry yeast, vanilla sugar and set the bread machine on the kneading and leavening program.

* If you use fresh yeast, then grease it with the sugar from the recipe and dissolve it in a little warm milk (from the amount specified in the ingredients), before adding it in the order above.

2 / If you do not use a bread machine, proceed as follows: put in a large bowl that will leave room for movement, flour mixed with sugar and salt.
Make a hole in the middle and pour the composition with eggs.
Sprinkle dry yeast and vanilla sugar on top.
Bring the flour from the edges of the bowl and mix it with the liquid in the center to obtain a homogeneous mixture.
Then start kneading, for at least 15-20 minutes, until you get a fine and smooth dough that comes off the bowl and hand.

* If you use fresh yeast, then grease it with the sugar from the recipe and dissolve it in a little warm milk (from the amount specified in the ingredients). Let the yeast activate for 10 minutes, in a warm place, before adding it in the above order.

Put the dough obtained in a bowl greased with a little oil, cover the bowl with plastic wrap and kitchen towels and leave to rise for about 1 hour, in a warm place, without cold air currents or until it doubles in volume.

Filling
Rub the soft butter well with the sugar until it becomes a frothy cream.

Place the raised dough on the slightly floured work table and knead it lightly, then divide it in two.
Spread one rectangular sheet of dough at a time with a thickness of about 3-4 mm.
Grease each sheet with ½ of the amount of foamed butter.
Sprinkle evenly with ½ ground walnuts, then cinnamon, to taste (optional).
Roll the sheet on the long side in a roll.
Cut the roll into 3-4 cm thick slices.
Transfer the slightly spaced slices and place them in a round tray (with removable walls) with a diameter of 26 cm / rectangular tray, previously greased with butter and sprinkled with sugar, including the side walls.
Cover the tray with a plastic wrap and leave to rise for 30-40 minutes, in a warm place, until it doubles in volume.
Sprinkle the nests with sugar / brown sugar, optionally.
Place in the preheated oven for about 20 minutes, at 180 degrees or until the dough becomes firm and begins to brown.

Syrup
Meanwhile, prepare the syrup: bring the milk to a boil and dissolve the sugar.
Set aside and add the vanilla sugar.

Remove the tray from the oven and sprinkle / grease the nests with 1/3 of the amount of hot syrup.
Put the tray back in the oven for another 15 min.
Remove the tray from the oven again and sprinkle / grease the nests again with ½ of the remaining hot syrup.
Leave the nests for another 5 minutes in the oven, then sprinkle / grease with the rest of the hot syrup.
Bake for another 5 minutes or until the dough is done, the wasp nests are ripe and nicely browned.
Remove the tray from the oven and immediately the nests in the tray, by overturning, so that the sugar does not harden.
Put the wasp nests back on a plate, in the position you had in the tray.
Allow to cool.
Powdered with vanilla powdered sugar (optional)

Serve the wasp nests, warm, but they are just as good and fluffy and cold.


Wasp nest with cinnamon and raisins

Mix all the ingredients for the wasp nest top and leave to rise for about 3 hours. After the dough has risen enough, roll it out with a rolling pin and dust it with flour if it is too sticky. Spread the thin dough in a rectangular shape and grease with melted butter, then sprinkle with sugar, cinnamon and raisins. You can also put crushed walnut kernels if you want a thicker cake.

Roll the dough lengthwise and glue the ends so that the composition does not run. Cut fairly thick slices (two to three fingers thick).

Grease a pan with butter or line it with baking paper and place the slices in the pan.

Leave the dough to rise in the pan until the oven heats up over high heat (200 degrees).

You can sprinkle sugar with cinnamon and crushed walnuts or even walnuts on top, for a more artistic look. Bake for 10-15 minutes, but be careful not to burn.


Ingredients for the wasp nest with walnuts or cinnamon

For 12 large pieces or 16 smaller ones

  • For the dough
  • 500 g flour
  • 240 ml of warm milk
  • 7 g dry yeast or 25 g fresh
  • 100 g sugar
  • 50 g soft butter or 60-70 ml oil
  • vanilla, lemon peel
  • 2 yolks
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • Filling
  • 200 g ground walnuts or hazelnuts
  • 50 g sugar
  • 1 tip of cinnamon knife
  • 50 g butter
  • Syrup
  • 150 ml of milk
  • 150 g sugar
  • vanilla



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