- 3 st eggs
- 0.7 cups granulated sugar
- 1 tsp vanilla sugar
- 0.5 cups flour
- 1 ounce cocoa
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 1 st Butter for the baking plate
- 0.4 cups Butter
- 0.9 cups cream cheese
- 0.2 cups strong coffee
- 0.3 cups cocoa
- 0.7 cups icing sugar
- 0.2 cups chocolate, dark
- 0.2 cups chocolate, white
- 0.25 ounces rapeseed oil
- 0.5 cups coconut chips
Chocolate swiss roll
A chocolate roll cake with chocolate filling topped with two kinds of chocolate.
Set oven to 250°C (482°F). Lubricate a baking sheet paper carefully with butter and place on a baking plate.
Assemble the assistent with beater bowl and balloon whisks.
Whisk sugar and eggs fluffy.
Mix flour, cocoa and baking powder together with the egg whisk.
Spread the butter evenly on the greased baking sheet paper.
Bake in the middle of the oven for 3-5 minutes, keep track - it goes fast. The cake should get just some color.
Put sugar over the cake, put a new baking sheet paper on top and turn it upside down on an oven grid. Carefully pull off the first paper and let the cake cool.
Assemble the assistant again with beater bowl and balloon whisks.
Add the soft butter and cream cheese. Whisk until fluffy
Add cold coffee, cocoa and icing sugar, quickly whisk to a smooth batter.
Spread the filling on the bottom and roll from the long side to the long side using the baking sheet paper.
Put in the fridge to stiffen a little.
Melt the dark chocolate and the white chocolate seperatly and stir in half of the oil in the two chocolate varieties.
Stir chocolate, using a spoon, over the swiss cake and sprinkle with coconut, allow to stiffen in the fridge.