Darázsfészek refers to "Wasp Nest", a Hungarian homestyle dessert that us made up of yeast-raised buns with almonds or walnuts and is served with sprinkles of vanilla sugar. Darázsfészek is also known in Hungary as Rózsatészta and Ferdinánd Tekercs. Darázsfészek is pronounced as "dar-aj-fay-seck".

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