Penny2017-10-23T08:24:53+00:00 Total Recipe Views: 12,539 Yule Log By Penny Chocolate, Home Baking English October 22, 2017 They’ll fight over this ! Prep: 15 mins Cook: 25 mins Yields: 8 servings Ingredients SWISS ROLL 4 eggs 100 g caster sugar 65g SR flour 40g cocoa powder OR buy a Swiss as roll ICING 300ml double cream 4 tbspn apricot jam icing sugar for dusting 275g dark good quality chocolate, broken into pieces Or buy chococolate frosting Directions 1Preheat the oven to 200ºC 2 Lightly grease a Swiss roll tin, and line with non-stick paper or baking parchment 3Whisk the eggs and sugar using an electric mixer until the mixture is pale in colour, light and frothy. 4Sieve the flour and cocoa powder into the bowl and carefully fold together, using a metal spoon in a figure of 8 motion until all the cocoa and flour are mixed into the egg mixture. 5Pour into the prepared tin spread out into the corners. 6 Bake in the centre of the oven for eight to 10 minutes until pale golden and the sides are shrinking away from the edge of the tin. 7Place a piece of baking paper that is bigger than the Swiss roll on the work surface. 8Tip the cake on to the paper and remove the bottom lining piece of paper. 9Trim the edges of the cake with a sharp knife and make a score mark 2.5cm in along the longer edge. Roll up (from the longer edge) using the paper, rolling with the paper inside. 10Leave to cool 11 Melt the chocolate and cream in a bowl over a pan of simmering water until completely melted . Don’t let the bowl touch the water 12Put into the fridge to cool and firm 13Uncurl the Swiss roll and remove the paper. 14Spread a third of the icing over the surface, then re-roll tightly 15Cut a quarter of the cake off from one end on the diagonal. 16Place the large piece of cake onto a cake board and angle the cut end to the side of the large cake to make a branch. 17Melt the apricot jam in a pan on the hob 18Brush the surface of the cake with the melted apricot jam. 19Spoon the icing on the cake and use a fork to make it look like bark 20Cover each end with icing and create a swirl to look like rings on a trunk 21Decorate with figures and dust with icing sugar 22 If using shop bought Swiss roll . 23Cut the sweet as roll as above 24Cover with frosting and decorate close full screen 00:00 8 Reviews Sarah Murphy October 23, 2017 Thank you x Feed your family for about £20 a week. October 23, 2017 It is now – she says hopefully Sarah Murphy October 23, 2017 Still not showing ingredients x Trish Cowley October 22, 2017 Ta! Feed your family for about £20 a week. October 22, 2017 Sorted Trish Cowley October 22, 2017 Thanks! Feed your family for about £20 a week. October 22, 2017 Arghhh ! I’ll sort it P Trish Cowley October 22, 2017 Thought you’d like to know: there aren’t any ingredients listed on the recipe! Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.