Red velvet on the Thermomix

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Recipe to make a delicious Red Velvet cake with the Thermomix

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Simple ingredients and easy to find, there is no pastry that does not have its version of the delicious red velvet cake.

Do you know what the Red Velvet color owes to? A nutritious beet - no artificial colors.

La pink velvet cake As it is also known in Spanish-speaking countries, it is a chocolate cake with an intense red color that characterizes it. The original is made in layers interspersed with a rich cream, and it is just this recipe that we will make next. Its origin dates back to American cuisine.

Ear cooking, to prepare the best red velvet recipe with the Thermomix.

Rinde120 Servings
Preparation15 minutesCooking30 minutesTotal45 minutes

Ingredients to make Red velvet in the Thermomix

For the cakes
3 18 x 4 cm moldsgreased and with baking paper in the background
285 g Pastry flourOr sift normal flour
20 g Pure cocoa powder
1 cdta Chemical yeastRoyal type
1 cdta Baking sodaCooking
1 pinch Of salt
220 g Of whole milk
30 g Lemon juice
1 cdta Liquid vanilla
1 cdta Vinegar
125 g Butter at room temperaturePomada
255 g White sugar
2 EggsMedium
160 g BeetRaw, peeled and in pieces
For the cream
125 g Of butterWithout salt / room temp
250 g Mascarpone cheeseCold
500 g Icing sugar
1 cdta Colorless vanilla extract

Preparation of Red velvet in the Thermomix

For the red velvet cake
1

Place the milk and beets in the Thermomix glass. Blend everything at 5-10 progressive speed for 10 seconds.

2

Add the lemon and vinegar so that the milk is cut and mix for 5 seconds at 2 and 1 / 2 speed. Reserve in a bowl.

3

Wash and dry the glass well, make sure it is as dry as possible by removing the blades and passing a napkin in the corners.

4

Add the dry ingredients to the glass: flour, cocoa, baking soda, salt, royal yeast. Mix for 10 seconds at progressive speed 5-10. Reserve in a clean and dry bowl.

5

Add the moist ingredients: our red buttermilk (which we made with beets, milk, lemon and vinegar). M3zclar 10 seconds at 2 speed. Book in the same bowl.

6

Add 125 gr of butter at room temperature and program 30 seconds at 3 speed. Add sugar and other 2 minutes at 3 speed.

7

Add the eggs one by one programming without time at 3 speed leaving 60 seconds between egg and egg.

8

With the thermomix without time and at 3 speed, add the dry and moist ingredients by intercalating them in several portions, dry / wet / dry / wet.

9

Preheat the oven to 160 ° C with heat up and down.

10

Pour the previous mixture into the greased molds and with baking paper. Distribute the mixture in equal parts and drop each of the molds to 1 or 2 cm high on the countertop so that air can escape and the cake does not break.

11

Bake from 25 to 30 minutes, check that the cake is well baked and let the 10 molds cool minutes before unmolding.

For the coverage and filling of the velvet net
12

Put the butter at room temperature in the glass and place the butterfly on the blades of the Thermomix. Beat 25 seconds at 3 and 1 / 2 speed.

13

Without time, and at 2 speed, add the sugar little by little until it is well incorporated into the butter. When you finish with the sugar, add the vanilla and mascarpone cheese.

Decoration and filling
14

With the help of a pastry bag and cat tongue, he makes floors interspersed with our frosting. It ends up covering the cake with care not to touch the cake with the cat's tongue or to exert micha pressure as it is delicate.

You can add white or milk chocolate zest on the cake to decorate it.

Enjoy this delicious velvet cake with the Thermomix 🙂

Ingredients

For the cakes
3 18 x 4 cm moldsgreased and with baking paper in the background
285 g Pastry flourOr sift normal flour
20 g Pure cocoa powder
1 cdta Chemical yeastRoyal type
1 cdta Baking sodaCooking
1 pinch Of salt
220 g Of whole milk
30 g Lemon juice
1 cdta Liquid vanilla
1 cdta Vinegar
125 g Butter at room temperaturePomada
255 g White sugar
2 EggsMedium
160 g BeetRaw, peeled and in pieces
For the cream
125 g Of butterWithout salt / room temp
250 g Mascarpone cheeseCold
500 g Icing sugar
1 cdta Colorless vanilla extract

Instructions

For the red velvet cake
1

Place the milk and beets in the Thermomix glass. Blend everything at 5-10 progressive speed for 10 seconds.

2

Add the lemon and vinegar so that the milk is cut and mix for 5 seconds at 2 and 1 / 2 speed. Reserve in a bowl.

3

Wash and dry the glass well, make sure it is as dry as possible by removing the blades and passing a napkin in the corners.

4

Add the dry ingredients to the glass: flour, cocoa, baking soda, salt, royal yeast. Mix for 10 seconds at progressive speed 5-10. Reserve in a clean and dry bowl.

5

Add the moist ingredients: our red buttermilk (which we made with beets, milk, lemon and vinegar). M3zclar 10 seconds at 2 speed. Book in the same bowl.

6

Add 125 gr of butter at room temperature and program 30 seconds at 3 speed. Add sugar and other 2 minutes at 3 speed.

7

Add the eggs one by one programming without time at 3 speed leaving 60 seconds between egg and egg.

8

With the thermomix without time and at 3 speed, add the dry and moist ingredients by intercalating them in several portions, dry / wet / dry / wet.

9

Preheat the oven to 160 ° C with heat up and down.

10

Pour the previous mixture into the greased molds and with baking paper. Distribute the mixture in equal parts and drop each of the molds to 1 or 2 cm high on the countertop so that air can escape and the cake does not break.

11

Bake from 25 to 30 minutes, check that the cake is well baked and let the 10 molds cool minutes before unmolding.

For the coverage and filling of the velvet net
12

Put the butter at room temperature in the glass and place the butterfly on the blades of the Thermomix. Beat 25 seconds at 3 and 1 / 2 speed.

13

Without time, and at 2 speed, add the sugar little by little until it is well incorporated into the butter. When you finish with the sugar, add the vanilla and mascarpone cheese.

Decoration and filling
14

With the help of a pastry bag and cat tongue, he makes floors interspersed with our frosting. It ends up covering the cake with care not to touch the cake with the cat's tongue or to exert micha pressure as it is delicate.

You can add white or milk chocolate zest on the cake to decorate it.

Enjoy this delicious velvet cake with the Thermomix 🙂

Red velvet on the Thermomix

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