The Swiss roll was first introduced to the United States by Switzerland. In the 1950s, Taiwan was promoted to the United States by the "American Wheat Association" in order to promote the American flour. Because it has been promoted for a long time, it is a very common pastry in Taiwan. Almost every Evergreen product in West Point Bakery. It is not a Swiss specialty, but the Taiwanese first discovered it in Switzerland, hence the name "Swiss roll."
Swiss rolls are a type of sponge cake. Bake the ingredients into thin cakes in the oven, add jam and cream (mixed sugar cream, custard cream, etc.), and chopped pulp, rolled into a roll. In addition, mixed cocoa powder and coffee powder can be added to form a soft sponge-like roll cake.