How do you make a Swiss Roll...?

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Pete, 23 Dec 2007.

  1. Pete

    Pete Guest

    Yes, I know, I know...
    Take him up the Matterhorn and give him a push...
    Actually this ought to be called a roulade instead, since it's savoury. Blue cheese, celeriac, spinach, lots of goodies in it, :tongue::tongue::tongue::tongue: Last year's was a bit of a disaster, tasted fine but refused to roll up (they are difficult to do!). This time, my wife (with a bit of help from me) has produced a real tour-de-force, don't you agree?
    Surely this has got to be the show-stopper for Xmas lunch...

    So, what unusual things have the rest of you been preparing?
  2. Brock

    Brock Senior Member

  3. piedwagtail91

    piedwagtail91 Über Member

    do you deliver?!!!
  4. yenrod

    yenrod Guest

    I'm sure that would make a swiss roll if this was to happen !

  5. rich p

    rich p ridiculous old lush

    it looks beautiful - too good to eat for sure!
  6. Well i havn't made up my mind can you help

    The meat course
    1) Turkey escalopes stuffed with spinach and goats cheese served with cranberry gravy

    2) Turkey roulade with wild berry jus

    3) Home smoked duck breast with a hazelnut tartlet

    and for my vegi sis

    1) mille-feuille of aubergine, brunoise of ratatouille with a cunfit of garlic and shallots

    2) Spinach, tomato and onion fritatta with a pumpkin puree

    3) tartlet of baby vegetables with a aubergine caviar and a red pepper coulis

    ive got it down to thos what do you think?
  7. Dave5N

    Dave5N Über Member

    Take it you don't have a Farmfoods nearby?

    Would save you so much time and effort.
  8. OP

    Pete Guest

    They all sound good!
    Out of the veggie list I think I'd go for the mille-feuille. [snap]WAITER![/snap]

  9. farmfoods farrrmfoods spit no. time ive got all the food in so why not and effort i love cooking so why not at least i dont have to do the washing up:biggrin:
  10. punkypossum

    punkypossum Donut Devil

    I'd go for number 1 on both lists, sound extremely yummy!!!
  11. Keith Oates

    Keith Oates Janner

    Penarth, Wales
    For me Turkey, Roast Potatoes, Swede with black pepper, brussel sprouts and a good thick gravy. It's not very original and for sure I won't be getting that out here, but I'll still dream on!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  12. When the Savoy shuts, spandex opens!
    Great menu...the 'cunfit' made me glance and snigger...:?:
    I'll have the veg option too please, not two, but I'd like all three.

    Great roulade pete. 10/10 for photographic presentation also - perfectly framed, with coordinating dish and tablecloth. Top! :tongue:
  13. Save me some? Will it keep in the freezer? x
  14. they will keep in the freezer but Ill do you a fresh one when you get back;)
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