Roulade

AuthorDawn
00DifficultyBeginner

I have made mine with lemon curd and cream. You can add what you want really

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Yields1 Serving
Prep Time25 minsCook Time25 minsTotal Time50 mins

 5 egg whites
 250g sugar
 1/2 tsb vanilla (optional)
 Icing suger for dusting.

1

Pre heat a oven oven to 200c

2

line a 23x33cm swiss roll tin or a baking sheet that has high edge with grease proof paper

3

Whisk the egg whites till very stiff then slowly add the sugar then vanilla if using bit at a time till all together.

4

Spread it out onto the swiss roll tin or tray.

5

Bake for 8mins at 200 or till top starts to go golden then turn down to 160c for 15 mins.

6

Lay a peice of baking paper on the bence and sprinkle some sugar over it. Just a little.

7

Turn the roulade out onto the paper and peel the bottom bit of slowly.

8

Let cool for 10 mins.

9

Once cool add your filling and using the paper roll it up.

10

Chill in fridge for 10 mins then serve.

Category

Use crushed nuts and sprinkle over ghe top before you bake.

Ingredients

 5 egg whites
 250g sugar
 1/2 tsb vanilla (optional)
 Icing suger for dusting.

Directions

1

Pre heat a oven oven to 200c

2

line a 23x33cm swiss roll tin or a baking sheet that has high edge with grease proof paper

3

Whisk the egg whites till very stiff then slowly add the sugar then vanilla if using bit at a time till all together.

4

Spread it out onto the swiss roll tin or tray.

5

Bake for 8mins at 200 or till top starts to go golden then turn down to 160c for 15 mins.

6

Lay a peice of baking paper on the bence and sprinkle some sugar over it. Just a little.

7

Turn the roulade out onto the paper and peel the bottom bit of slowly.

8

Let cool for 10 mins.

9

Once cool add your filling and using the paper roll it up.

10

Chill in fridge for 10 mins then serve.

Roulade

13 thoughts on “Roulade

  1. Hi I wonder if someone could help I used to use the easy cookie recipe of website x but when I click on it I now can’t view ingredients x can someone give me recipe please x it was my kids favourite x

    1. Was it this one ?

      175g butter

      175gplain flour

      75g caster sugar

      75g semolina

      50g of each of your flavourings , chic chips , raisins , nuts , dried cherries etc

      Heat oven to 190C
      Put the butter , sugar , flour and semolina in a bowl
      Using a hand whisk , whisk until mixture comes together
      Knead on a lightly floured board
      Divide mix into 2,3 or 4 depending on how many flavours you’re making
      Workyour flavourings into the dough
      Roll into balls and put on a lined baking tray .you could get as many as 60 biscuits depending how big you make them . Press down with a fork or the heel of your hand
      Bake for 12-15 mins or until the biscuits are just browning
      Cool on the trays

    2. Lorna – Easy cookie recipe

      8oz marg
      4oz sugar
      10oz plain flour

      Choc chunks / jam / peanut butter / dried fruit

      Whisk the marg until soft and then add the sugar and whisk again until fluffy. Stir in the flour and squish into a dough with your hands.

      That is the basic cookie/ biscuit recipe.

      What I do then is roll half of the mixture into little balls and then place on a ungreased baking tray and flatten I with a fork. The I use my pinky to poke a well in the centre which I then fill with jam or peanut butter.

      Then I add some chopped up chunks of value choc / white choc/ raisins / dried fruit whatever I fancy and mix it thro then I roll the dough into little balls and flatten with a fork.

      Bake at GM4 or 160c for 15-20 mins

      Enjoy warm with a nice cup of tea before the kids get home from school! Lorna xxxx

    1. Ingredients
      Method
      4oz Butter or Marg
      5oz Caster Sugar
      2 Eggs
      3oz Self-Raising Flour
      3oz Ground Rice
      2oz Ground Almonds
      1 tbsp Milk
      Preheat oven to 170C/fan 150C
      Grease and line a loaf tin with baking paper.
      Cream butter and sugar together until pale and creamy. Beat in the eggs, then fold in all the dry ingredients followed by the milk.
      Place into the loaf tin and bake in the centre of the oven for 1 hour or until a skewer inserted into the centre of the cake comes out clean.
      Leave to cool in the tin for 10 minutes then carefully tip out onto a wire rack to cool completely.

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