Prepare the dough for the cakes. Warm water (40 C) is mixed with sugar until dissolved.
Add soft honey and vegetable oil and mix.
Mix the flour with the fine salt, baking soda and vanilla, sift.
Add the flour mixture to the oil mixture in small portions.
Knead the dough with a whisk.
Beat the dough with a mixer until smooth.
Open the lid of the multi-Baker.
Close the cover of the device and connect it to the power supply. The red indicator light turns on. When the device is hot, the green indicator lights up.
Open the lid of the multi-Baker and evenly spread the dough on the lower panel of the device. Close the lid.
Baked cakes for 2 minutes. Then turn over and bake for 1 minute. Ready-made cakes carefully spread on a wooden Board, cover with a towel and cool.
From this mass of dough, I got 4 cakes. Fold the cakes in a stack and cut into 2 parts.
Nuts are fried in a dry pan and crushed with a rolling pin. The amount of polola and nuts to your taste.
The condensed milk is mixed with 1/2 part of the chopped nuts. I have "boiled condensed milk with milk fat substitute".
Grease the cakes, except for the top, with boiled condensed milk. If the "condensed milk" is thick, the cakes can be soaked in fruit syrup, before smearing with cream. I didn't soak it in syrup.
Then 2 stacks of cakes are cut, it turns out 4 pieces of cakes.
Prepare the icing. Whisk the protein (1 tbsp) with a small pinch of salt. Add powdered sugar (50 g) and a little red (or other) juice, ~1-2 tbsp. You can add a pinch of citric acid. A more stable glaze can be prepared in a steam bath. The composition is the same, but whisk for a couple.