"...and his path lay by the fence":-D And hands Jack always itch, as write on the fence more interesting than notebooks; -) For the competition "School time"
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Step-by-step photos are not very detailed, because some on the computer opened *DONT_KNOW*
First – the honey roll.
Honey to melt, pour in the vodka, and sieve the cocoa.
Mix it up with a mixer. Add the egg yolks. Beat until OSVETLENIE mass.
Throw in the egg whites a pinch of salt and whisk them stiff.
Flour with baking powder mix.
In the honey mixture over the queue, add the beaten egg whites and flour. Enter parts, stirring well each time. Flour with baking powder it is better to sift directly into a Cup – otherwise, you can get clumps of flour.
Coat the baking pan with paper and pour on it the dough. Level. Bake at 180-200C for about 8-10min.
The finished cake turn on a clean towel, remove the paper and wrap with a towel into a roll. Let cool 10 minutes.
Next, the lemon grate. Adding sugar is sweeter someone who sourer. Stir.
The chocolate melted on the fire, add a little butter and 1 tbsp sour cream.
The roll and deployed first coat of lemon, then along one edge spread the chocolate path. Turn.
Here is where I miss the bus the situation. From the lemon juice the honey monster is badly soaked and stuck to the towel. Probably put a little sugar and the filling was too runny. Had helping himself with a knife to "sculpt" the likeness of the loaf. In General, my first roll – a clod:-D
Packaging roll in plastic wrap, I stuck it in the fridge.
Roll chocolate and coffee.
Whisk the eggs with the sugar until OSVETLENIE mass.
Mix flour, instant coffee, cocoa and baking powder. Sift.
Gradually add flour mixture to eggs. Stir thoroughly.
Then pour in the hot milk.
Stir, pour on a baking sheet, the laid paper.
Bake at 200-220S 8-10min.
Is ready to turn the layer on a clean towel, remove the parchment paper and roll into a roll together with the towel.
While resting, mash the cheese, and sprinkle with sugar (again to taste).
Bananas grate. If the bananas are very ripe, you can fork them. Plast future roll dough with grated cheese and then a banana. Wrap.
One roll I got was decent, and the other a little (or a lot) bad:-)
The sizes differ in diameter.
Both roll-up "to equalize", I decided a big roll not only to cut across into two parts, but also along.
The resulting "logs" to draw one edge.
Spread in a row. Since my fence was a bit "shaggy", I sprinkled it on top of cocoa "Nesquik".
Decorate. Write and draw on the fence anything:-D
The cake is ready.
A pleasant tea.