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Red Velvet Cake

Devilish cake, perfect for valentines day....... in herat shapes cut to look like broken hearts, thats how it goes down in my house anyway..... looks rad.

Red Velvet Cake

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serve with raspberry coulis and ice cream, whipped cream and strawberries, or chocolate dipped strawberries, looks great dusted with cocoa powder....
make a great high cake and goes quite far.

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Posted by Greeneyes • 4y ago • Report
I've just made it and it's in the oven. However, when following the recipe, I noticed it didn't specify when the add the vinegar or the bi carb. So, when is it added?
Posted by COOKING_MAMA™ • 4y ago • Report
no tablespoons, nearly the whole thing, if not the cake will come out less intense more of a dried blood brown colour, its only 80c a bottle so it dosent matter :)
Posted by Philippa Wightman • 4y ago • Report
there are some things you just can't 'unsee' 'unread' 'unhear'. the dried blook simile was one of those. I think I am from the 'less is more' school of thought.
Posted by Philippa Wightman • 4y ago • Report
is that really 2 Tblsp red food colouring? Or should it be 2 tsp?
Posted by COOKING_MAMA™ • 4y ago • Report
dried blood colour only results if u do LESS IS MORE if you use the right amount it comes out a brilliant red as in the pic.
Posted by Rick • 3y ago • Report
"ass the butter and beat till soft and airy"

Is that legal?