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Roll with cream and orange Marmalade

by Ada Parisi
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Roll with cream and orange Marmalade. A very simple dessert, perfect for a snack on the fly, since it prepares in 15 minutes. What to do when in the fridge is, well hidden behind tins and other containers, some cream that is about to expire? You invent a sweet, Obviously, It has a maximum performance with minimal effort.

Here I invented a sweet roll stuffed with cream mixed with the Ribera Dop orange jam homemade, one of my workhorses. That also found in video recipe step by step, so you have no excuses. For the biscuit base I followed the recipe of pastry guru Maurizio Santin. The sweet rolls are simple but always welcome and the roll with cream and orange jam is really delicious. Fluffy, creamy. If I may give you some advice, keep it for a few minutes in the freezer before serving: will almost take the consistency of the ice cream and it will be even more gluttonous.

Of course you can mix the cream with any jam, but I find that the scent of oranges and citrus fruits generally in this type of sweets is unrivalled. If you love sweet rolls, try these recipes too:

Rotolo con panna e marmellata di arance


Portions: 6 Preparation: cooking:
Nutrition facts: 250 calories 20 fat
Rating: 5.0/5
( 1 voted )


6 eggs
80 grams of flour 00
150 grams of caster sugar
500 ml of whipping cream
4-5 tablespoons of orange jam
icing sugar, enough for the cream and for the decoration


Roll with cream and orange Marmalade

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees. Put in a bowl 3 whole eggs and three yolks and in another bowl the remaining three egg whites. Put 75 grams of sugar in each bowl and assemble before the whole eggs and the egg yolks with sugar until the mixture is whitish, soft, fluffy and puffy, then the remaining three egg whites very firm with sugar. Combine the egg whites to the first compound with delicacy, then when everything will be amalgamated, add the sifted flour and mix carefully from top to bottom.

Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper and pour the mixture, spreading it evenly over the entire surface with the help of a spatula. Bake for 12 minutes or until browned. When the biscuit is cooked and still hot, Peel it off gently from the parchment paper with a spatula and place it on a sheet of parchment paper wet and wrung, then roll it together with the parchment paper so that it holds moisture and let it rest rolled up on itself for 10 minutes. That won't break when you will stuff.

Meanwhile, whip the cream until stiff with the amount of powdered sugar you prefer (depends on how much you want it sweet), Finally, add the whipped Orange marmalade, stirring very gently. Spread the cream on the roll and roll it up on itself. Place the roll in the freezer for at least an hour. Before serving, spolverizzate il rotolo con lo zucchero a velo.

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Rhea December 18, 2013 - 20:35

I am eager to try this cake, but I seem to always have bad luck with cakes. What size of jelly roll pan did you use? I made a rolled cake from a recipe I got from La Taverna Del Leone in Positano. It called for 60 grams ‘oo’ flour and 20 grams of cornstarch; it barely covered half of my 41 cm by 28 cm pan. I doubled the recipe, but the cake turned out stiff. Is that why you don’t use cornstarch in your recipe? I hope someday to make a beautiful cake like yours!

Sicilians creative in the kitchen December 18, 2013 - 23:36

Hallo Rhea! I use a normal oven pan 40 cm by 25 cm and this dose is enough for the whole pan. The most important thing is to whipp well with electric beaters before the yolks with the sugar and then the egg whites with the sugar: the compounds must be swollen and foamy. Then amalgams all together and finally join the sifted flour. Is really easy, I’m sure that you will have a good results. I don’t use cornstarch but normal 00 flour. Try it and tell me! Cheers, ADA

Spoon-stories December 18, 2013 - 12:38

I am fun of these sweets so much! Are very impressive and easy to make. With so many eggs the cake must be very fluffy and I already have orange handmade jum! Thank you for sharing^^

Sicilians creative in the kitchen December 18, 2013 - 12:48

Thanks! Yes it’s so easy to prepare and so fluffy! I will try it also with a chocolate ganache, I go crazy for chocolate! If you make it let me know!!!! Cheers

Spoon-stories 19 December 2013 - 12:09

Sure ^^


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