500 gms of flour
10 gms of salt
10 gms of water (approx.)
300 gms of Baker’s yeast
2 handfuls of California walnuts

For the Walnut honey:
100 gms of shelled walnuts
65 gms of honey
15 gms of butter


  1. In a bowl, mix flour and salt well.
  2. Make a hole in the center and add crumbled yeast.
  3. Wet with water slowly and knead with hands until you reach a good mass.
  4. Continue kneading by stretching and gathering the dough until it is uniform (if your cough is very soft, add a little more flour).
  5. Make into a ball.
  6. Roll the ball over walnuts and insert them into the dough.
  7. Continue kneading, but with more force.
  8. Cut the dough and shape them into bars.
  9. Place in the oven on a dish lined with nonstick foil.
  10. Use a knife to decorate with superficial cross cuts.
  11. Let the bars cook at 170-180 ° C until they double in volume.
  12. Allow them to cool before serving.

For the Walnut honey:

  1. Prepare a flat surface (can be your pan) and cover it with foil or vegetable oil.
  2. Put the honey and butter into a pan (use a pan that has a thick base so it offers uniform heat diffusion).
  3. Put on medium heat and stir occasionally with a silicone spatula so that the butter and honey merge.
  4. Then incorporate the walnuts so that they are almost covered with honey.
  5. Stir from time to time.
  6. Let the water evaporate as the walnuts caramelize.
  7. When the nuts have caramelized, pour the honey onto parchment paper and separate so when it cools it does not stick together.
  8. Let stand and cool completely.
  9. Put the walnut honey into a jar with a tight lid and keep stored until time of consumption.

How to eat:

  1. Toast the walnut bread.
  2. Slice cheese and put on top of the walnut bread.
  3. Spread a tablespoon of walnut honey on top of the cheese.
  4. Enjoy!