Having become a bit of an addict to Swiss Rolls due not only to their beauty, but mostly to the amazing flavours that we can create/combine with this kind of cake I am decided to experiment with it a lot and this time I suggest you a great Sunday dessert made of orange. Beautifully citrusy scented and tasteful this orange Swiss Roll is not too soft texture wise, not overtly sweet, but decidedly delightful Just beware - in an instant it can simply disappear!
- 8 large eggs
- 250g Sugar
- 50g flour
- 1 teaspoon of baking powder
- 125ml of orange juice
- 25g melted unsalted butter
- zest of 1 large orange
Turn the oven to 180 º C. In a bowl, mix the sugar with the flour, baking powder, orange zest and juice. Add the eggs, turn nicely without beating too much so not to turn it into foam. Before placing in the oven, add the butter. Pour the mixture into a baking tray buttered, lined with parchment paper and buttered again. Take to bake for about 30 minutes. Check if it is cooked, remove from oven. Turn the tray gently over a cloth sprinkled with sugar and wrap the pie still warm gently with the cloth, squeezing well. Leave to cool and just afterwards remove the cloth. When cooled take to the refrigerator and serve it cut into slices.
- 8 ovos grandes
- 250g de açúcar
- 50g de farinha
- 1 colher de chá de fermento em pó
- 125ml de sumo de laranja
- 25g de manteiga derretida sem sal
- raspa de 1 laranja grande
it looks so delicious...wow...i love swiss rollReplyDelete
Mas que maravilha de torta, está tão gulosa!ReplyDelete
Adoro essa consistência bem húmida!
Im addicted to swiss rolls as well! Oh my Aida, my jaws are just dropped! Is beautiful and for sure super tasty! xoReplyDelete
POdes mandar a torta inteira cá para casa que o meu marido adoooora torta de laranja mas nenhum de nós dois se dá bem a enrolar tortas, damos cabo delas SEMPRE!!! É como trabalhar com gelatina em folhas ou em pó, dá sempre mal resultado com qualquer um de nós ehehehReplyDelete