from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A thin sheet of sponge cake layered with jelly and then rolled up.
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- n. A cylindrical cake containing jelly (jam), often called a Swiss roll.
- n. an overweight person.
- n. The female genitalia, sexual intercourse, or a lover.
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- n. thin sheet of sponge cake spread with jelly and then rolled up to make a cylindrical cake
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A roulade, also known as a jellyroll or a yule log, isn't as hard to make as you might think.
Turn dough out into a lightly greased 10×15-inch jellyroll pan.
Set the greased custard cups into a jellyroll pan for easier handling (which you don't have to do if you are using regular popover pans).
I did not have a jellyroll pan so I used regular pans.
Place it in a buttered jellyroll pan (11 x 16 x 0. 5-inch — 28 x 40.5 x 1.27 cm), spread on the surface the onion slices and dot with butter here and there. (click on picture to enlarge).
Line a 15 ½ x 10 ½- inch 40 x 27-cm jellyroll pan with parchment paper, leaving a bit overhanging the sides.
Line a 15 Â½ x 10 Â½- inch 40 x 27-cm jellyroll pan with parchment paper, leaving a bit overhanging the sides.
I now really need to make the jellyroll soap that you demonstrated (and tangentially, I'm eagerly awaiting my goodies to arrive from Brambleberry ... probably today! ... so I can indulge in my soap yen this month).
Mrs. Bush contributed one of her well-known jellyroll creations, molded to resemble the Alamo, in my honor.
To make the caramel topping: Line a jellyroll pan with parchment paper and butter the paper.