Greek Easter has always been one of my favorite days. If you know me at all you know that I am obsessed with alllll the Holidays, especially Christmas. But Greek Easter is a holiday that makes me feel especially grateful for my family. I’m grateful for our traditions, cooking and enjoying great food together, the music and dancing, and for everyone talking way. too. loud.
Swiss Roll In Detail
For a more detailed guide on mastering these designed Swiss Rolls, click here to take you to my blog that’ll take you through every detail. For choosing the design to go onto your Swiss Roll, try going on the internet for inspiration or ideas. Again, the guide that you can find by clicking here will dive into more detail.
My Great Grandfather Michael Angelo Koutroubas arrived to the United States at the age of fourteen 100 + years ago. He was on the RMS Carpathia which became famous for rescuing passengers on the Titanic. It’s easy to get caught up in Holiday festivities but so important and special to think about the loved ones who celebrated before you 🙂
Layering The Designs
As mentioned above, my original Swiss Roll Blog will take you through important things to note about this recipe in more detail but one of those things is about layering the designs. As you can see below, I have my first layer or designs which are the outlines and small details for the Greek buildings. I will allow this to set in the freezer for about 10 minutes before adding the layer of white on top of it for the buildings. This ensures that the blue designs I made first will not smudge or smear.
Once my design is complete, I will then allow it to set in the fridge for another 10 minutes to firm up a bit, then add the remaining batter all over the pan before baking.Yum