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Jelly Roll Yellow Sponge Cake Recipe


Add our Jelly Roll Yellow Sponge Cake recipe to your file of favorites. It bakes up firm but flexible so it rolls without breaking.
Makes: Sponge cake serves 5 cups of batter.
Skill Level: None
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Step 1

Preheat oven to 400°F. Grease jelly roll pan with 1 Tablespoon shortening. Sprinkle well with cake flour, shaking off loose flour.

Step 2

Separate eggs; beat yolks 1 minute. Add pinch of salt to egg whites, then beat until foamy.

Step 3

Add cream of tartar and continue beating whites until they cling to bottom and sides of bowl, then beat 1 minute longer.

Step 4

Fold beaten egg yolks into egg whites gently but quickly. Fold in sugar, flour and vanilla. Do not over mix.

Step 5

Pour batter into pan, spreading evenly from center out with a spoon.

Step 6

Tap pan several times on table to break any air bubbles and bake in center of oven 10-12 minutes. Loosen sides and bottom. Turn out of pan onto a dry towel.

Step 7

Cool 10 minutes, then trim crusty edges. Roll loosely in a towel and cool on rack before decorating.

*For chocolate sponge cake, substitute 6 Tablespoons cocoa powder for 6 Tablespoons cake flour.

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eggs

5 medium eggs

cream of tartar

1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar

salt

Pinch salt

granulated sugar

1/2 cup granulated sugar

cake flour

3/4 cup cake flour (sifted)

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Jelly Roll Yellow Sponge Cake is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Ingredients list is wrong The listing of ingredients features clear vanilla extract as the first ingredient and an amount of 2 ounces is shown. This is clearly misleading. One would not put two ounces of vanilla in this cake batter. Please go over the recipes on your website and correct them. Selling your goods is fine - with a link to a place to order them. But deliberately showing 2 ounces of vanilla is not fine. Your users are going to end up with nasty messes instead of delicious cake.
Date published: 2017-11-18
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