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Beetroot and chocolate cake

Beetroot and chocolate cake


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Beetroot and chocolate cake recipe of 02-03-2015 [Updated on 29-09-2016]

The beetroot and chocolate cake is typical of the Anglo-Saxon tradition, in our area it might seem unusual to use beets in a dessert but it is their presence that makes this dessert unique. This cake has conquered all those who have tasted it, thanks to the naturally fuchsia color of the icing, the soft and moist texture and the sweetness of the beetroot that goes well with the taste of bitter cocoa. If I have intrigued you enough, write down this recipe and try this dessert at the first opportunity and please, do not tell your guests that there is beetroot inside, they will taste, without prejudice, a glazed chocolate cake that they will tell you later be one of the best ever tasted;) greet you and wish you a sweet Monday;)

Method

How to make beetroot and chocolate cake

Blend the beets until smooth.

In a bowl, combine the beets, eggs, vanilla extract, oil and sugar.

Whip the mixture until it is smooth and homogeneous.

Now add the sifted flour, baking soda, baking powder, salt and cocoa.

Continue to work until you get a homogeneous mixture.

Pour the mixture into a greased and floured mold.

Bake the beetroot and chocolate cake in the oven heated to 180˚C for 25-30 minutes

Now prepare the glaze by mixing the cheese with the melted white chocolate and beet juice.

Whip until you get a smooth cream.

Once the cake has cooled, glaze it with the cream obtained.

Cut the beetroot and chocolate cake into squares and serve.


Video: CHOCOLATE BEETROOT CAKE. Mi ja (June 2022).


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