Friday, August 14, 2009

Chocolate Rice Swiss Roll



Recipe

Ingredients
3 egg (separated)
50g sugar
50g cake flour
2tsp cocoa powder
1/4tsp baking powder
40g corn oil
1/2tsp chocolate paste

adequate butter cream
chocolate rice

Steps:
1. Preheat oven to 200C.
2. Lined and greased a 10" by 13" tray, sprinkle the chocolate chips on the tray and set aside.
3. Use a cake mixer and whisk the egg whites until frothy.
4. Gradually add in the sugar and whisk till stiff peaks form.
5. Change the speed to medium and gradually add in the egg yolks and whisk for another 1min until well combined.
6. Shift the cake flour, cocoa powder and baking powder together into the cake batter in 3 portions and fold in lightly.
7. Lastly fold in the chocolate paste and oil into the batter until well combined.
8. Pour the batter in tray.
9. Bake in a preheated oven for 10mins.
10.Remove it from the pan and set aside to cool.

Assemble the cake:
1. Carefully transfer the cake onto a greaseproof paper.
2. Spread the cream on the cake.
3. Gently roll the cake by using the paper to lift the cake and guide roll.
4. Pour chocolate rice on a tray.
5. Spread some butter cream on the surface of the roll and roll it in the chocolate rice.
6. Wrap up the swiss roll in a greaseproof paper.
7. Rest the roll in the fridge to stabilize it shape.
8. Remove, slice and serve.

25 comments:

Kitchen Corner said...

I like all your swiss roll! There all rolled up nicely, and this one more beautiful. I wonder how you roll it in many rolls without breaking them? And tips for me to try out? Is there any other ingredients that I can use if I don't have chocolate paste?

FATMUM said...

Hi HF, your swiss roll is very nicely done!!! Drooling.

Carol said...

Hi,

Can i skip the chocolate paste?
Also, how do i get butter cream? just beat the butter?
Your choc swiss roll looks so pretty!

Anncoo said...

WOW! This is so nicely rolled...so clever :D

Olivia said...

Hi

Love your chocolate swiss roll. So yummy... Tks for sharing the recipe. I will try it soon.

Cheers
Olivia

nyonya pendek melaka said...

This choc rice swiss roll is simply timeless. Very nice!

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Anonymous said...

Was this really baked in a 10x13 pan?? because I use a 10x15 pan for all my swiss rolls and they never got bigger than one complete circle after the inner core..if you know what I mean...yours rolled around the center twice, so big and round!!

Anita

Talita said...

Gorgeous pics! I've tried and tried again to make a Swiss roll but always crack it! This is so sad! =(
I'll try your recipe and I hope it'll be so beautiful as yours!

Happy Flour said...

Hi FATMUM, Anncoo, Olivia, Nyonya Pendek Melaka and Talita,

Thanks for all your compliments. :)

Happy Flour said...

Hi Kitchen Corner,

You can omit the chocolate paste instead. Don't worry, this sponge cake is very soft and you won't break it during rolling. Pick up your courage, roll it up and eat it. :)

Happy Flour said...

Hi Carol,

You can omit the chocolate paste instead. You can find the butter cream recipe at my blog 'Labels'. Happy baking. :)

Happy Flour said...

Hi Anita,

If you are using 10"x15" tray then you have to use 4-5 eggs for your swiss roll recipe. I rolled my cake from the shorter length so it appear a bigger roll. If you roll it from the longer end then you will have a smaller roll.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Your swiss roll is very nicely done, if for me to do it, sure very horrible...

Happy Flour said...

Hi Somewhere in Singapore,

Thanks for your compliment. :)

Cook.Bake.Love said...

Very nicely done swiss roll.

This reminds me of my primary school times, I always bought choc rice swiss roll from the canteen stall.

Happy Flour said...

Hi Cook.Bake.Love,

Thanks for your nice words. You are so lucky that you can have this for your canteen break. I remembered that when I was a kid, we can only enjoy cakes when we get a box of wedding cakes from some well off relatives.

Melissa said...

Hi,

I would be attending a food and funfair during this weekend. Hmm... what should I make? I thought of going towards the dessert path! Do you have any good dessert recipe that you can share and is easy to prepare. As I have to make around 200 servings. Please enlighten me!

Hope to hear from you soon!

Carol said...

THanks happy flour for your prompt reply.How generous u are : )

Happy Flour said...

Hi Melissa,

You can try Mandarin Orange Pudding, it is easy to prepare and it very refreshing for this kind of hot weather. You can find the recipe under 'Labels', pudding. Happy Baking. :)

Anonymous said...

hi,luv that woderful swiss roll,,,so much,,btw ,,may i know do u bake n sell as i wann prucahse n give a try,,,drop me a rtn mail,,,if u can,,thanks

Anonymous said...

luv ur blog n this is my home favourite,,do u bake n sell,,,kindli contac me,,if u can,,,drop me a mail:jayne@almech.com.sg...

Anonymous said...

this is our home favourite,,do u bake n sell,,,,

Happy Flour said...

Hi Anonymous,

Thanks for your compliment. Baking is my hobby. I baked for my family and friends, not selling.

natasya said...

Baked this y'day morning and it turned out really nice and it rolled without much problem. I prefer sponge method swiss roll than the chiffon method. I didn't have much luck with the chiffon method ;-)
will bake this again and again!!Thanks a bunch.