A whisk is used to mix things. Because of its open structure it helps to incorporate air into the food.
To 'aerate' the mixture. Whisking introduces air into whatever you're mixing - making it lighter in texture.
a swiss roll uses the whisking method
whisking is to just make it finer or more liquidy. beating is to make it thicker.
Whisking method is when you whisk fat and eggs together and incorporate air until it is thick and foamy
One may find a recipe for cake using whisking methods on the AllRecipies site. One also might be able to find whisking cake methods in cookbooks at a local library.
Baking and cooking
Whisking means to stir rapidly with a utensil made of looped wires (a whisk). This beats air into the dish and makes it lighter.
The whisking method is not necessarily more easy or difficult than other methods of mixing cake batter. The primary consideration is whether whisking or some other method is most appropriate for the type of cake being made.
The Daily Orbit - 2012 Whisking for the Blind 1-52 was released on: USA: 7 November 2012
Well, Swiss roll does, and chocolate roulade? is this is any help? I'm trying to find some recipies that uses the whisking method too! bare hard.
A bowl, a whisk, a cake mix and an arm