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Thirty some odd years ago, on a Sunday, my new husband (of less than a year), came home from work and announced that he needed to take a ...
Supplies: ¼ sheet cookie sheet Aluminum foil 5 eggs 1½ cups sugar ½ cup water 1½ tsp. vanilla 1½ cup cake flour 1½ tsp. baking powder ½ tsp. ...
Preheat oven to 375°. Line the cookie sheet with aluminum foil.
Spray the cake release spray all over the foil, set aside, until needed.
Take a moment and mix the water and vanilla together.
Measure the sugar into a bowl.
Measure the flour,
baking powder and salt together.
In your mixer bowl, beat the eggs
for about 5 minutes, until they are foamy and light yellow in color.
Slowly add the sugar to the eggs and beat until well blended and thick.
Slowly add the water/vanilla mixture.
Slowly add the flour mixture. Beat just until smooth. Turn off the mixer.
Using a rubber scraper, pour the jelly roll batter into the foil lined and greased cookie sheet. Spread the batter until it is evenly spread. Put it in ...
While the cake roll is baking, spread the clean dish towel out onto the counter.
Take the powdered sugar and sprinkle it down the center of the towel.
Use your impeccably clean hands to spread the powdered sugar all over the center of the towel. Leave it out and waiting for the cake roll.
Once the cake roll is done, remove it from the oven,
take it to the towel and dump it upside down on to the powder sugar covered towel.
Remove the foil.
Fold one end of the towel over the end of the cake roll,
and roll the cake into a towel covered roll. Set on a cooling rack and let get totally cool (this may an hour or two).
Once it is cool, remove the ice cream from the freezer to soften for 15 minutes. Unroll the cake roll. Using the cookie turner, cut slices of the ...
Once the cake is covered with ice cream, reroll it (without the towel, this time).
Wrap it in aluminum foil and put it in the freezer, to set hard.
About 5 minutes before serving, bring it out of the freezer and let it soften a little. Use a chef’s knife to cut into 1 – 1½ inch slices ...
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