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Cupcake with Red Beet Infused Butter Cream

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This recipe uses the Chef Sense kitchen machine.

Ingredients

285 g butter

285 g sugar

285 g self raising flour

115 g plain flour

5 eggs

10 g milk

Method

1. Using a Chef Sense fitted with a paddle, cream butter and sugar until light and fluffy, add in eggs, one at a time.

2. Mix well and fold in sifted self-raising flour and plain flour.

3. Mix in milk to achieve a smooth consistency.

4. Fill batter into cup cake moulds about 3/4 full.

5. Bake at 160ºC for 30 minutes.

Ingredients for Butter Icing

250 g butter

500 g icing sugar

few drops organic red beet food colour or other red food colour

Method

1. Cream the butter lightly.

2. Mix in icing sugar.

3. Mix in food colouring roughly to form a marbled icing.

4. Fill a piping bag with the butter icing and pipe through.

Ingredients and Equipment for Homemade Food Colour Purple-Red Food Colour

1 organic red beet

1 pair of gloves

1 pot of water

Method

1. Soak the beet for 1 – 2 hours then wash under running water.

2. Put the beet into a Cooking Chef, cover and bring to a boil at temperature 100 degrees Celsius. Cook beet until tender (test by piercing with a fork). Remove from the heat.

3. Let the beet cool completely then peel and chop the beet. Put the chopped beet into a food processor then pour it out into a bowl. Mix the beet and juice together and let it soak for about 5 hours.

4. Strain the liquid into a jar and add 1/2 tsp of vinegar to stabilise the colour and to preserve the juice.

5. Now add the beet juice a little at a time into your butter icing for the desired shade of colour. The results may vary depending upon the variety of beet used.

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