Happy Hungarian St. Nicklaus day! I honour of the good ministry God did through Nicklaus of Myra and the fact that I've been fooling around with turning traditional Hungarian meals into gluten free ones I've decided to share this wonderful recipe for Zserbo with a Twist.
So somewhere on my mission to make authentic Hungarian food I made an innovative version of Zserbo turning the traditional layered cake/bread into a twisted cookie/bread. So I offer this neat recipe for unauthentic Zserbo Twists. Enjoy!
P.S. The Hungarians traditionally serve a pastry filled with poppy-seeds on St. Nicklaus day so you can also make a version of these that is more Christmas suited by using poppy seeds and honey in place of the apricot jam and walnut meal.
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