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Sunday, 10 April 2011

Red Velvet if you please



I hadn't heard of Red Velvet Cake until I started exploring international cooking blogs in recent times.
But it seems to be an American favourite.
And now I can understand why.
While I find the colour a little offensive, the texture and flavour of the cake are amazing to say the least.

However, a word of advice...


... don't lift the head of the mixer while the beaters are still spinning.

8 comments:

  1. NO! I don't care who died so that you could make that cake!

    It looks SENSATIONAL!

    Have you ever made one of those rainbow cakes? (I'd love to destroy that recipe.)

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  2. haha, that's hilarious, makes a great photo and the cake looks wonderful.

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  3. Oh I've heard so much about the red velvet cake! I'm inspired to make one now, red food colouring and all :) Ha ha I love your carnage photo, your kitchen is the same colour as mine so I'll be sure to take heed!

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  4. It's gorgeous! The cake NOT the mess although you do have a pretty mess;)

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  5. Ah...saw this in the latest Womens Weekly and was going to give it a try!
    Oh...and the kitchenaide is on order for Mothers Day...along with a promise of much baking :)

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  6. Oh my! Fiona, you make me laugh. Now I'll have to Google it - it looks delish! So glad you included the 'carnage' photo - keeping it real ☺. J x

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  7. I had an accident similar to this, but it involved a tomatoe sauce recipe, and it ended up on the ceiling.

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