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25th Apr 2008 Jane Hi Nicky, Yes, this is a red velvet cake popular in the Southern United States and it does contain spooky amounts of red colouring (though I guess you could use colouring from beetroots instead, though I've never tried that). The icing, with a flour and milk roux, is also typical of this kind of cake. and although it sounds yucky, it actually tastes quite good...

24th Apr 2008 Nicky Is this the same as what is known as Red Velvet cake in the US? I've always wanted to try that but been a bit frightened by the huge amount of red colouring which it requires. Your version looks just red enough to be exciting but not spooky.

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