Swiss roll is one of the most predominant items of the bakeries in India. It serves as a great dessert option for kids as well as adults who are looking for an easy to make recipe for weekends.
It is usually a sponge cake that has layers filled with whipped cream or chocolate. Bakery specialist Chef Mr Sudipta Mukherjee wanted to prepare one of these for the practical classes.
The students of Culinary Arts here at Inspiria Knowledge Campus, Siliguri prepared a quick Swiss roll and filled it with layers of fresh whipped cream. The students really had a great time while preparing them and it was a great learning experience for them. Each of us were a given a piece of a Swiss roll to taste. The look and the taste of the roll came out extremely well.
- Egg 100% (any number of egg)
- Flour 50% of the eggs
- Sugar 50% of the eggs
- Butter paper 1 no’
- Salt a pinch
- Essence 3%-5%
- Fresh cream 100% (same weight as the eggs)
Method of Preparation:
Sieve the flour and keep aside.
Separate Egg whites and Yolks
Start whisking egg white and sugar
Slowly add egg yolks into the mixture
Add essence and whisk till light and fluffy
Pour the batter on the paper lined tray
Bake at 180° for 20 minutes
Remove the paper when the cake cools down properly
Sprinkle /sugar syrup and spread cream or custard or mix fruit jam into it.
Roll down the cake with a paper and keep in the fridge at least 30 min to 40 min
Take out the Roll and put cake crumbs on top.
Make 1 inch Slice and keep on a dessert plate.
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