Combine in a bowl of flour, chopped nuts, a pinch of salt and baking powder dough. Stir.
Separate the whites from the yolks in different dishes.
Add to the proteins 50 grams of sugar and whisk.
Protein weight needs keep good form.
Add the remaining sugar and honey to the yolks. And beat until it becomes light and homogeneous.
Pour the nut-flour mixture into the yolk and add some whipped proteins. Gently mix.
Then in 3-4 hours a few gently beat in the remaining egg whites.
Spread the dough in a form (diameter 20 cm, pre-bottom laid parchment and lightly greased bumpers with vegetable oil) and set to bake in a preheated 180 degree oven for 50-55 minutes, check the readiness of a wooden skewer.
Ready biscuit take out of the oven and allow to cool and infuse.
Cut the cooled biscuit into 3 parts.
Curd cream: combine cottage cheese, sour cream, sugar and vanilla sugar in a bowl.
Beat thoroughly until smooth.
Glaze: combine sugar and cocoa, mix.
Add pieces of butter and sour cream.
Put on a small fire and stirring constantly, bring the glaze to a uniform, smooth state. Remove from heat and allow to cool.
Collect cake: nut cake, put on top of the cut in half strawberry.
On top - curd cream.
Then walnut cake, again strawberries.
Layer cream cheese (reserve 2-3 tbsp of the cream sides of the cake).
On top - walnut biscuit.
Decorating the sides and top of the cake is a matter of taste and imagination. Tell your own version)))The sides of the cake was covered with cottage cheese cream and sprinkled with crumbs (crushed in a blender pieces cut from the top of the biscuit + walnuts).
The top of the cake - icing, fresh strawberries, pieces of marmalade and nuts!