Chocolate Peanut Butter Roulade
This lovely Chocolate Peanut Butter Roulade recipe is the perfect dessert recipe for a special occasion or holiday. This dessert recipe is a nice combination of chocolate and peanut butter that is not too sweet.
If you have never made a roulade dessert recipe before, here is the place to start. This chocolate and peanut butter roulade had whipped cream and delicious homemade peanut butter cups. A roulade, also known as a roll cake, is nothing to be scared to try. You just need to have the right tools and to take your time through the steps. Just remember if the roulade cracks a bit, not to worry about it, just cover it with a some chocolate and move on. You can even see a crack in the creators roulade if you look at the photos. This cake is a bit on the challenging side, so as long as your aren't uncomfortable with whipping up egg whites and folding some batter, you should be all right.
This is one of those dessert recipes that you will want to read through the steps first (you should probably do that for every recipe, but especially this one). It is also a big help if you have a KitchenAid or other stand mixer to assist you in the preparation of this recipe. You can use a hand beater, just know that the beating times in the recipe will need to be a little longer. Always make sure your bowl and blades are clean (especially of oil) when you start to whip the egg white, you don't want to ruin the nine eggs that the recipe calls for.
The following tips will help to ensure your recipe success. Make sure to start by dusting your baking pan with some cocoa powder mixed in the flour, this helps to avoid the cake looking chalky or white, and more chocolate cake looking. Always get someone to help you move the Roulade when moving from the plate to the cooling rack, and then back again to the serving dish. This avoids any fingerprints on the chocolate glaze. If the cake does crack, try to put it back together with the filling, and then roll it again making sure not to stretch it. Also make sure to take your time, and use the proper tools to get the job done right. Some things you will need include parchment paper, two spatulas, clean bowls, a proper jelly roll pan, a cooling rack and a cookie sheet. Clean your knife each time you slice the Roulade.
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