# At first prepare the syrup. Pour the water and sugar
into a pot and boil this mixture over medium heat until it reaches the right syrup consistency. Add lemon
juice, turn the heat to low and boil the mixture for about 5-6 minutes more. Then, remove the pot from the stove.
# Break the egg into a deep bowl add oil, vinegar, salt and milk
on it. Mix it for a while with your fingertips. Knead this mixture by adding flour
in it little by little until the dough reached medium consistency.
# Cover the prepared dough and rest it for 20 minutes.
# At the end of the resting time, divide the dough into 6 equal pieces.
# Roll out each piece over the flour
and starch laid bench as big and thin as you can.
# Cut each rolled out dough circle into 8 equal triangles.
# Then sprinkle thinly pounded walnut
all over one of the triangles and force a bit over the walnut
pieces to stick them to the dough.
# Use a thin rolling pin to roll the triangle from its narrow end to the wide side. Then make the ends around the pin closer to each other and remove the pin.
# Place the tied turban pastries into a greased baking tray. Pour the melted butter all over the pastries.
# Place the tray into the oven which is preheated to 375 F. Bake the pastries until they turn into red.
# 1 minute later than removing the pastries from the oven pour the syrup all over.
# You may serve the dessert 2 hours later.