Monday, July 30, 2012

Raspberry and Peach Roll Cake


Summer is the time when we can enjoy many types of beautiful fruits, and using them to create pretty looking cum yummy cakes, bread, and jelly that suits our hot hot weather at this time of the year ( I think this is not the worst just yet). Raspberry is one of my son's favorite after strawberry. And I love them too! Our local super markets are having rather handsome berries lately and how could I not grab some for our treat?!



                      Cubes of yellow peach rolled in between the cream is absolutely delicious!
                 Though green kiwi may give a better color, but I don't find it as yummy personally.



Making vanilla roll cake can be boring, but if we add on some seasonal fruits may turn the cake around! How do you like the color combination for this roll cake?

If you are keen to try this out, please refer to here . just do without the green tea powder will do.

16 comments:

bossacafez said...

there's just so much to love about these pictures! perfectly rolled cake, lovely piped cream and the teaset omg, is it from royal doulton or something? looks very tiffany/laudree-ish. oh and, what tip did u use to pipe the cream on? i've been looking for the tip for a long time! my friend told me its like a normal tip with a v-shaped cut at the side, is it?

Honey boy said...

Hi hi Evan,

Yes, your friend is right about the 'v' tip! I got it from Japan years ago. But I think I have seen it in hk. I will get one for u if I go again. You still have the slim cake/bread tin with me!! Ha ha.....

You are right, the teaset is from royal doulton....

hanushi said...

The cake is so pretty!!!

Anonymous said...

Can u provide a recipe for a bread tin which I bought which has rounded bottom ? The lady at Phoon Huat told me can b used for bread n agar agar ...I was tempted to buy but now do not know how to use it ..

Honey boy said...

Thanks hanushi, hope you are doing better.....

Honey boy said...

Anonymous ,

I have have the same round base tin that you mentioned, I used it to make sweet bread, sweet corn bread and in fact it can be used for any bread recipe. May be I shall bake one that is using the tin and post as soon as I have the time. Mean while you can search through my log for Seewt bread and sweet corn bread. Let me know how is yours turn out ya? Happy baking!

lena said...

your roll is perfect and i find that the way you frosted it, cute!

Anonymous said...

Ok thanks ... This tin even comes with a mini mold (same shape) which can b put on top of the tin. The lady says can b used for putting 'fillings' for bread n also maybe put there to let the agar agar form the shape n then put another colour of agar agar inside ..

Hope to try out some recipe n dun let the item b a white elephant left in the cupboard

Honey boy said...

Thanks Lena!

Anonymous,

Yes, that is exactly the same tin we have!

Anonymous said...

Thanks, Jo Here actually ... How do we use the mini mold to put filllings for making bread ? I juz can't imagine !

Edith said...

You baked such a lovely roll! Love your piping work. Is the tip hard to find in HK?

Honey boy said...

Jo,

You may try to put the small tin rolled in the bread dough n bake it. When it's baked, remove the small tin in the centre n fill in the filling into the space where the small tin was. See if this works?? :)

Honey boy said...

Edith,

Thanks! I saw the 'v' tip at a baking supply shop at Sa Tin near an inks trial park area.

May be I should gather the number of bloggers who are interested o get the tip, when I go again, shall get them for you gals! How's that??

Anonymous said...

Er, fill in muz bake the bread wif filling again? Haha I'm real dumb can't imagine !!!! Maybe you cab show me when u free!!!!

Jo

bossacafez said...

omg yes, my bread tin is still with you! sorry girl, i've just been too busy :( will you be going to HK soon? if its not too much trouble, then yes thank you, thanks in advance for your help! any idea if they sell it in sg? i wonder if BIY has it.

Honey boy said...

Even, no worries... We will sure meet up... I don't think biy has it, as they carry mostly Wilton tips. And Wilton tips don't have this 'V' tip though. We plan to go hk in end nov. if it's not too waiting, I will be glad to get the tip for u! No problem at all really!

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