Love everything about black sesame. A lot of recipes were collected and this super rich black sesame roll was born. The kiri cream cheese in the sandwich is best not to be replaced. The little bit of kiri is salty, and it will not be greasy with this salty black sesame!
Weighing the material (I poured the oil directly into the egg yolk pot, so that if you brush a small oil bowl, the premise is that you don't shake your hands), the egg yolk protein is separated, and the flour is sieved twice. Preheat the oven 160 degrees.
The tarpaulin is cut into the size of the baking sheet.
Pour the granulated sugar into the egg yolk and stir until the sugar granules are roughly opened. Then pour in the corn oil and mix well, then pour the water and mix well. (When I do a hurricane, sometimes I pour the corn oil first, sometimes I pour the water first, the finished product is the same)
Pour in the black sesame powder and mix well.
Sift into the low-gluten flour and mix it evenly. (The Japanese hurricane book writes that it should be stirred until it is sticky and sticky. Don’t worry about the flour gluten, it must be mixed.)
The protein hits the hook state.
Add 1/3 protein cream to the egg yolk paste and mix well.
Then pour back into the basin of the meringue and mix well.
Pour from the height into the baking tray and scrape the surface with a scraper. Bake in the oven for 20-25 minutes.
When baking the cake, do the sandwich, and the cream cheese will be crushed with a scraper in advance or it will agglomerate.
Add whipped cream and granulated sugar to the 7 distribution, add cream cheese and sesame sauce, and order until 8 distribution.
Drop the baking pan to shake the heat, cover a piece of baking paper and turn the cake over, carefully tear off the tarpaulin.
Cover a piece of baking paper until the cake pieces are cool.
Cut one side of the cake piece diagonally, and wipe the cream at the beginning with a little bit like a hill so that it can be rolled into a no-type.
Roll up the cake roll with your bare hands. Wrap it in oil paper, and then put a layer of plastic wrap in the refrigerator.
Cut off both ends.