Swiss roll

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swiss roll

(Cookery) a sponge cake spread with jam, cream, or some other filling, and rolled up

swiss roll

jelly roll
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: roll - thin sheet of sponge cake spread with jelly and then rolled up to make a cylindrical cakeSwiss roll - thin sheet of sponge cake spread with jelly and then rolled up to make a cylindrical cake
sponge cake - a light porous cake made with eggs and flour and sugar without shortening
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Line a 30 x 20cm Swiss roll tin with baking paper and spray with low-calorie cooking spray.
6 Roll up tightly like a Swiss roll and tie at intervals with cooking string.
They begin with tasks from the first two weeks of the series, with Paul making a blackcurrant and liquorice Swiss roll.
Stir to combine well, then press firmly into a tin that's greased and lined with baking paper (a Swiss roll tin is ideal).
The survey said Swiss Roll is the country's favourite cake, followed closely by Bakewell Tart and Apple Turnovers.
Claire Goodwin became the first contestant to leave the competition on Wednesday night after breaking down over a Swiss roll.
The cake selection includes Farmbake Chocolate Fudge cake, lemon cake, carrot cake, chocolate Swiss roll, strawberry Swiss roll and coconut macaroons.
Other culinary delights the boys come up with are beef and honey stew, "hockey-puck" meatloaf with potato salad and a delicious looking lemon curd Swiss roll.
Through her Facebook page, her blog, and email blasts to the larger "village" of extended family, friends, co-workers and associates, she gets the word out about her Swiss Roll fundraiser.
4%, with Mr Kipling slices the top brand and Cadbury small Swiss roll at number four in a chart otherwise dominated by own label.
Headteacher Malcolm God-dard decided Ryan's lunch of a sandwich, piece of fruit, from-age frais, packet of cheddars, and piece of Swiss roll, con'tained one snack too many and asked him to eat in his office.
Roll the pastry up like a Swiss roll and dust lightly with flour.

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