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Start by preparing the pan..I used this big rectangle baking tray..You can use swiss roll pan
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first brush the base lightly with oil
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line it with parchment paper
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brush it with some more oil
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sprinkle some maida / flour over it
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coat on all sides..Pan done..set this aside
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Now if you are using granulated sugar, take it in a blender
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make it into a powder..
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Crack open 3 eggs in a large bowl
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Use a electric beater to whip it up
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now it is lightly whipped
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Add in sugar 
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whip till it is fluffy
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Add in vanilla
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and some warm water
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beat it again..
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beat till it is fluffy..this stage is really important because it will make the rolls soft
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Now take flour in a sifter and sieve half of them in
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once half of the flour is sifted
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fold it gently in
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once that batch is mixed
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sieve the remaining flour in
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now fold this very gently
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you have to keep the air which you whipped there..so fold very gently
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Now the batter is done

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pour this into the tray
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once everything is poured
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spread it out thinly
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bake it for 10 to 12 mins till the top is springy
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now spread a sheet of parchment paper in the table
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sprinkle icing sugar generously
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you can use normal powdered sugar as well
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flip the cake carefully over the sugar
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peel off the parchment very carefully
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ta da
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Now wet some kitchen towel
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spread it over the cake..this prevents the cake from drying
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now the cake is cooled
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Dollop your favourite jam, you can spread chocolate as well
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spread it out thinly
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now start rolling carefully
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Now it is all rolled
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place this in a plate
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dust with some icing sugar
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slice and serve
 
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Aarthi

About Aarthi

Over the past few years I’ve been on a mission to find and create recipes that I can make from scratch. I hope you enjoy the recipes on this blog as they are tried and true from my kitchen to yours!

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  1. Anonymous

    Hi Aarthi, Does the whole cake layer bake within 10-12 minutes?

  2. Anonymous

    while folding it get break.tell me wats the reason please

  3. B.M

    luks really nice..u hav mentioned ur 1 cup is 240 ml..but in ingredients 1 cup flour u hav mentioned as 120gm..can u clarify whether its 1cup or half cup maida..thnks

  4. Anonymous

    Can i bake this Swiss roll in microwave? And how?

  5. Reem

    My favourite......I love jam roll

  6. Aarthi

    @Anonymoussorry u cannot make this in micro mode. You can bake it in convection mode

  7. Aarthi

    @B.MEach ingredient weighs diff in grams. And it is 1 cup

  8. Anonymous

    Reply soon

  9. Anonymous

    Hi , thanks for sharing the recipe. It looks very nice. What temperature should the cake be baked in? Thanks

  10. Aarthi

    @Anonymous190 degree C. it is mentioned in the writen part

  11. FoodLover

    Can we use butter paper instead of butter paper?

    • kishin

      can u pls tell me either eggs can be replaced with other ingredient in this recipe?

  12. Aarthi

    @kishinTHere is no replacement for eggs in this recipe.

  13. Myra

    I baked it for ten minutes. the appearance was same like your cake. But it was not spongy and flexible hence it could not be rolled. As I rolled, it broke in three parts 😛 and looked like a clumsy Swiss sandwich :)))...my brothers teased me a lott and I am sure it's going down in our family history records to narrate it to my children and grand-children. :-/ :)).
    Is there a possibility that by adding baking soda or baking powder it could have become spongy and flexible?

    Myra

  14. Aarthi

    @Myrai think u haven't whipped the egg enought. Whip it till it is airy and fluffy, that will give the fluffyness and flexiblity. baking soda and baking powder is not necessary

  15. kalpana palanivel

    Hi Aarthi I baked t for 15 min n wen I rolled it came without breaking but the cake was not soft it was like a rubber . Please tell me y it has become like that

  16. Pipli Mukhopadhyay

    Please tell me the size of your baking pan....

  17. Anonymous

    Aarthi, ur roll looks superb, but unfortunately i dont have an oven at home,but i really wish to make rolls like this, can u suggest me any alternate easy and no bake method, like making the same with some store bought breads or cakes and apply jam etc.... will be so happy if u suggest me a method,looking forward for ur suggetsion

  18. vinal shah

    Replacement of egg?

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