Aug 15, 2011

Swiss Roll with Whipped Cream(Roulade)

Swiss Roll with Whipped Cream(Roulade)
Hai guys...Hope you are enjoying your day..And first of all I have to wish you all a very very “Happy Independence Day”....Proud to be a Indian..JAI HIND..
Today's recipe is Independence day special one...I always thought that swiss roll’s are one of the scary things to bake..But when I came across this recipe and tried this one,I was totally surprised about how easy it is..The only thing you need is a little bit of preparation and patience,which is always my hard part...but I tried my level best and the result is pretty worth it..You could fill this swiss roll with anything,some suggestions are jam,nutella and many more...If you use a big swiss roll tin you will get a pretty fat roll,since mine is a small one,I got a small roll..Hope you give this a try and let me know what you think...

What is your favorite filling for a swiss roll?

Recipe Source:ShowmetheCurry.com

Ingrediants:

For Cake:
All Purpose Flour / Maida – 4 tblspn
Corn Flour / Corn Starch – 4 tblspn
Sugar- 4 tblspn
Egg-4 (yolks and whites separated)
Vanilla-2 tsp

For Syrup:
Sugar-2 tblspn
Water-2 tblspn
Vanilla-1 tsp

For Decoration:
Whipped Cream-4 tblspn
Cherries as required

Optional:
Chocolate or jams

Method:

Preheat the oven to 190°C ( 374 °F).

Take a swiss roll tray or any tray with deep edges and butter it on all sides this will keep the parchment paper stays in place...Now put the parchment paper over this and apply butter generously on all sides...Dust this with flour on all sides and take off any excess flour...Set this aside for a moment..

Sift in All purpose flour,Corn flour together and set aside.

Beat Egg yolks with vanilla for 5 min till pale and light.Set this aside for a moment.

Beat Egg whites till fluffy and stiff..(ie) if you invert it up your heads it should not fall down...

Now take one third of egg whites and fold it in the egg yolk...When it is completely folded in add half of the flour mixture in and gently fold in...Now add in half of the egg white and gently fold in...Now put in the remaining flour and fold in gently...Lastly finish it with the remaining egg whites and fold gently till combined.

Tip this into the prepared tin and smooth it evenly carefully..

Bake this for 9-11 min or until light golden on top..

Let this cool for 5 min ,now flip it onto a parchment paper that is dusted with powdered sugar and let this cool completely.

Make the sugar syrup by mixing sugar,water and vanilla together.

Apply this sugar syrup over the cake on all sides..

Apply some whipped cream on top and sprinkle some cherries on this..

Now roll this swiss roll gently and set this in fridge for 30 min.

Slice it and enjoy..

Pictorial:

Grab your ingrediants

Line a pan with parchment paper and butter it generously...Dust it with flour and tip of the excess...
Sift the flour and corn flour together..

Beat egg yolk and half of the sugar together...
Beat egg whites till fluffy and add some sugar and beat till fluffy...

all done..

invert it over it should not fall off...
Add egg whites and flour in the egg yolk alternating each other...

all done...

Top this to the tray and bake it...

Take your whipped cream,cherries and sugar syrup..
Remove the cake and brush it with sugar syrup generously..

top it with whipped cream and cherries and start rolling

all rolled...

Cut into slices and serve...

yummy and so soft cake...

serve it...

37 comments:

  1. yummy rolls,looks so so tempting!

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  2. Incredible slices, seriously drooling rite now here..

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  3. LOve your step by step tutorial Lovely looking roulede... Have a great week ahead!

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  4. that is a very tempting roll...

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  5. Happy Independence Day Dear! Swiss Roll sounds fantastic and delicious. Nice clicks!

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  6. looks so delicious n i too tried this swiss roll this weekend with strawberry jam...yours look so delectable..

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  7. This sounds very yummy! Happy independence day to you! :)

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  8. I've never had a swiss roll, but it looks really good!

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  9. Swiss rolls look so amazing and delicious.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  10. Swiss roll had always been and is a intimidating recipe... you have done it perfectly!!
    http://krithiskitchen.blogspot.com/

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  11. Oh, what a beautiful cake! My family would love this lovely treat! Happy Independence Day~

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  12. omg! am drooling..awesomely yummy!

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  13. delicious looking swiss rolls looks wonderful

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  14. this looks amazing dear, very nice pic explanations, lovely recipe, Jai Hind !

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  15. Beautiful looking cake.
    Happy Independence Day.

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  16. Happy Independance day to India:)And a great roll recepie I am taking over:)

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  17. A SUA TORTA FICOU LINDA.
    JÁ ME SERVIA
    BOA SEMANA
    BJS

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  18. in love with these rolls so so yummy..

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  19. Wowwww.... mouth watering pictures.. looks absolutely tempting.. thanks for the lovely recipe dear :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  20. Thankyou all for your lovely comments..happy independence day to you all

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  21. making swizz rolls is not easy and I can see that you have done an excellent job :)

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  22. Wow perfected to the core..luv those rolls

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  23. I just love detailed recipes. Hands off to you dear :D Looks awesome. Bookmarking this :D

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  24. very nicely done. quite attractive too

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  25. how simple...i thought i was a difficult one to make....ur's is really an inspiration aarthi...

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  26. Tempting rolls,pics are really good and attractive too.

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  27. Looks delicious and has come out perfect..

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  28. Yummy! I had bake one long long ago but have forgotten the recipe. Thanks for this one. Will make it.

    I am hosting an event can I expect some entry/ies from you?
    http://madscientistskitchen.blogspot.com/2011/08/you-are-invited-to-my-very-first-event.html

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  29. wow Arthi, that is so well done. I have tried this roulade once and would like to try again as it is a bit tricky to roll and it breaks always, yours has come out very well :)

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  30. Aarthi, you have made the art of the swiss roll look so easy. Great recipe. Light, airy and very beautiful.

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  31. Anything in place of egg can be used?

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  32. Can I bake this in micro mode?

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  33. @timiyano this has to be done in convection mode

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