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A Swiss roll.
- ‘Then roll the dough lengthwise like a jelly roll, being careful not to rip the dough.’
- ‘Using the bottom wax paper, roll the dough into a jelly roll style, halfway.’
- ‘The finished product is cut width-wise like a jelly roll, then presented on a bed of spinach.’
- ‘Put two tablespoons of butter on a jelly roll pan, and stick in the oven until melted.’
- ‘Roll the dough tightly around the marzipan to form a long jelly roll and pinch the seams to enclose.’
- ‘He had a jelly roll nose, a fat, puffy face, and a gold eye.’
- ‘If you're using the oven, you may want to transfer the chicken to a foil-lined jelly roll pan so that you can use the skillet to make a pan sauce.’
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