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Swiss Roll

Despite appearances, Swiss rolls are in fact very simple to make. The cake itself has no butter in it, so you can feel justified in spreading it with lashings of jam and whipped cream. Use any kind of jam you like; apricot or blackberry, for instance, would do just as well as raspberry or strawberry.

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Posted by Monica261 • 5w ago • Report
How do I save the receipe to my cookbook?
Posted by Penny67 • 4y ago • Report
Not sure what went wrong here? I live in the tropics so we're experiencing humidity at 90%.
This is a sponge recipe and my sponges are always full of biggish bubbles on the surface, and come out fairly dry. Where am I going wrong?
Posted by MERI8 • 3y ago • Report
HI ALL JUST HOOKED UP AS A NEW MEMBER I RECORDED ALL RACHEL'S COOKING SHOW'S LOVED THEM ALL @ THE MOMENT I AM TRYING TO START UP A SMALL TEA ROOM/COFFEE SHOP NOTHING TOO BIG ANY IDEAS FOR EASY CLUB SANDWICHES/PASTRY FOOD APPRECIATE ANY FEED BACK I PLAN ON USING RACHEL'S CAKE IDEAS SHE IS SUPER COOK FOR ME. CIAO
Posted by LESP1 • 3y ago • Report
Looks delicious,will be definatley making this one.
Posted by • 2y ago • Report
poor excuse for a swiss roll
Posted by • 2y ago • Report
Go to joyofbaking.com She gives step by step..
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