We start by preparing the dough: Put in a bowl, the eggs, "raki"and mix to combine. Slowly start adding the flour and salt and knead, until the dough becomes firm. If needed, add some more flour.
Cover the bowl with a kitchen towel and allow the dough to rest for 30 minutes.
Afterwards, divide the dough into two equal pieces. Roll them out with a rolling pin, on a floured working surface, into thin sheets. Then cut into rectangular, approximately 2x5 inch strips.
In a deep frying pan heat plenty of olive oil. Drop one strip into the pan and using two forks fold it 2-3 times into a roll. Repeat with the rest. Fry each "diples"for 2-3 minutes, until evenly golden brown. Remove onto a platter lined with paper towel and continue.
In the meantime combine in a medium sized saucepan, the ingredients for the syrup and simmer for about 6-7 minutes, until the sugar has melted and the syrup has slightly thickened. Remove the saucepan from the heat and dip each "diples"in the syrup for half a minute.
Let them sit on a baking tray to drain off the excessive syrup.
Place the "diples" onto a platter, pour over them some honey, sprinkle with walnuts and serve either hot or cold.