Oreo and salty cream are a perfect match. When I used to make Oreo cakes, they were all sweet cream. Oreo is very sweet. With sweet cream, it is easy to get tired. After the salty cream, it is delicious and explosive, and it is not easy to get tired. If you eat it, you still want to eat it~
Remove Oreo's creamy sandwich
Put Oreo in a fresh-keeping bag, break it with a stick, spare~~
First make the dark chocolate hurricane cake egg yolk egg white separate, add the yolk to the sugar and stir with a manual egg beater
Then add the milk to stir, probably stir it so that it is OK
Add cocoa powder, low-gluten flour, stir until no powder, do not stir too much, will be gluten!
Probably stirred into this, it’s OK.
Add the sugar to the egg 3 times, and raise the egg to the inverted triangle. That's OK.
Take one-third of the protein sent to the liquid in 6
Add all the remaining protein, then stir well. Don't stir too much, it will defoam and the cake will not be soft.
Then put it on the baking tray, the upper and lower tubes, 160 degrees, and bake for 10~13 minutes (depending on the oven, when the surface starts to dry, it will be almost the same. After baking for a long time, the cake will be hard and will burst when rolled. . . . )
The next step is to make salty cream and join Oreo when it is creamy. Add salt and sugar to the cream. When it is 6, add Oreo and then hit the whole hair.
Then put Oreo salty cream on the cake, then roll it up (here I forgot to take a photo of TT, used old photos a long time ago, so the cream is not Oreo cream, but the same way ~) Yes, don't use all the cream, leave a little for decoration~
The volume is good, the two ends are tight, and the refrigerator can be refrigerated for more than 3 hours.
Finally, squeeze the cream on top of the cake roll, insert Oreo biscuits, crush Oreo's sandwich slightly, sprinkle it on the cake roll to decorate it, you can ~~~
Open to eat~
Don't put too much salt, or it will be salty and unpalatable. . . There is no black chocolate powder, but also ordinary cocoa powder.