Rolls are very delicate, they are melting in your mouth, and they have specific aroma.
You will need:
500 g of flour
200 ml of beer
300 ml of sunflower oil
1 table spoon of baking soda (12 g)
100 ml water
200 g of sugar
minced walnuts (or coconut, or hazelnut)
In a medium bowl, cream together flour, beer, oil and baking powder until smooth. If mixture seems too loosy, you can add more flour, but not too much because the dough should be a little bit soft. Cover, and chill dough in refrigerator until firm, about 1 hour.
Divide dough in half. Roll the dough flat, not too thin (about 5 mm). Using a knife, cut the 11 x 8 mm squares, put the 1 tsp of jam (or other filling) on the top of square, fold one and half time and close the edges tightly.
Carefuli place it on baking sheets and put it in preheated oven (200 C degrees).
Bake it for about 15-20 minutes (They should be pale, but baked).
For sugar syrup, in a high-sided saucepan over medium-high heat, bring cold water and sugar to a boil.
Bring rolls from oven, and still hot, put rolls in hot sugar syrup, and roll it in minced or walnuts. Place it on plate.
And be careful, use spoon or something else, so you don't burn your fingers with rolls, or sugar syrup.