Excellent two-coloured roulade filled with creamy "drunken" filling :)
No. of servings
1 h. 30 min.
|All-purpose flour / plain flour||120||g|
|Baking powder for gingerbread||2||teaspoon|
|Semi skimmed milk 1,5%||400||ml|
|Vanilla pudding - powder||50||g|
Stir in a water thereafter flour with baking powder.
egg white 5 pcs
Finally fold in stiff egg whites, gradually in two portions.
Cover baking tray (46x34cm) with the baking paper. Spread half of batter across the longer side of tray till the half.
cocoa powder 1 tbsp
Stir in the cocoa into the second half of batter and spread this batter over the second half of tray (batters must be joined).
Bake the base in preheated oven at 390°F (200°C) for about 10-15 minutes. After taking of the oven roll it and wrap into the wet kitchen towel. Let it cool.
7. Custard-liqueur cream
Cook a thick custard from milk, sugar and custard powder. Let it cool to a room temperature.
Whisk butter together with sugar until foamy.
egg liquer 150 ml
Stir in the custard and liqueur. Beat well and stirring occasionally let it partially thicken in a cold place. For the filling of roulade the cream must be adequately firm so during the rolling it stays inside.
10. Filling of roulade
Take the roulade out of the towel. Carefully unroll and remove the paper.
Place it on the board sprinkled with the sugar. Brush with weak jam (the best redcurrant one).
Layer two thirds of filling over the jam. Roll the roulade from the dark end, brush with remaining cream and sprinkle with almonds.
Blend the jam with sugar and fill the syringe with the mixture.
Decorate the roulade surface of and place the roulade in fridge to harden for minimum 2 hours.
Cut before serving.