Put flour, semolina, sugar, coconut flakes in a container. There vanilla sugar, baking powder, mix well.
Pour kefir, vegetable oil. Beat the egg lightly with a fork. Pour the egg into the total mass. Mix everything thoroughly, the dough turns out medium density. Grease the mold with oil. Pour the dough, shake the shape so that the dough is evenly distributed.
Spread almonds evenly on top. Put in an oven preheated to 180 degrees. Bake for about 40 minutes.
Immediately proceed to the preparation of the syrup so that it has time to cool. Put sugar, water, lemon juice in a small saucepan. Bring to a boil, stirring all the time, boil for 3 minutes. Cool the finished syrup.
Cool the baked bambus a little, about 20 minutes. With a sharp knife, cut the bamboo into rectangles directly in the form, so that in the center of each piece was a nut. Pour the hot pie with cooled syrup using a spoon.
Cool the bambus completely. Be sure to store the bass in a bag so that it stays soft and crumbly longer.