29 April 2016

Homemade- Swiss Roll

Homemade- Swiss Roll

Homemade- Swiss Roll


It’s a very simple dish, most of the ingredients are commonly used items in the kitchen.

1) All purpose Flour – 100 gm

2) Caster Sugar – 100 gm

3) Eggs – 04 nos.


Break the eggs in to a large bowl along with sugar (no need to buy caster sugar, grind the sugar in a mixer-grinder and find power it).

Whisk the eggs and sugar together in a large bowl until thick and creamy (approximately 10 mints is required).

Sift the flour twice into a large mixing bowl before using.

Then dust the flour little by little to the egg mixture and mix the same in a folding method, continue the processes till the flour incorporated well with the mix.

Take a thin baking tray, slightly grease it with butter, and then place a parchment paper on it.

Then pour the flour mixture into the prepared tray, spreading it evenly with a flat spatula.

Bake in the oven for 8-10 minutes in 200 degree Celsius (when you touch with your finger on the top of the cake it will slightly spring back, when its done).

Place a piece of parchment paper (slightly bigger than the sponge). Then dust it with caster sugar heavily (it will prevent the sponge from sticking anywhere)

Turn the Sponge from the tray to the prepared paper, and carefully peel away the lining parchment on the top of the sponge.

Leave it to cool for 5 mints, covered with a tea towel.

For the filling – it’s always your personal choice, like Jam/Jelly/ Heavy cream with fruits etc.

I have used Raspberry Jam (Place the jam in a microwave oven for about 30 seconds and mix well with a spoon. (This will help to spread the jam evenly on the sponge)

Then gently roll up the sponge from one end to another with the help of parchment paper.

Dust more caster sugar on the top of the sponge and serve it with love.

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