When it is Christmas, I want a nutroll just like we had when I was a kid. I am not sure what these are called in Polish. But we made them every year. They are tasty treats made with a walnut paste, hand-made of course, with lots and lots of sugar, rolled in a yeasted dough.
For the nuts I hand grind them in my mother’s old meat grinder.
I have tried using a food processor to chop them. The consistency is just not right. So I crank away turning a few pounds of nuts into a fine meal. Then I add lots of sugars—regular, brown, honey. The dough is sweet too. I make about a dozen rolls, and then freeze them so I don’t get fat eating them. I could eat a single roll in one sitting without blinking. The freezer restrains me. They go perfectly with coffee or tea. Delish.