In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1brazo de gitano masculinebrazo de reina masculine Andes(dulce) arrollado masculine River Plate
- Roll up the pastry like a Swiss roll, starting from one long side.
- Brush the gaps with beaten egg. Starting with one of these edges, roll up tightly like a Swiss roll.
- Next month's meeting will be held on Tuesday night, June 4 and the competition is for the best homebaked jam-filled Swiss roll.
- The fresh cream pastries include orange and Cointreau pastry, white forest Swiss roll, lemon meringue roulade, tiramisu and coconut mousse cake.
- In a large trifle bowl or individual glasses, place one layer of Swiss roll, sprinkle on rum, spoon custard on top, layer with fruits; repeat until all Swiss roll is used and the last layer is custard and fruit.
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