字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hello Everyone! I am Micaela and today I want to show you how to make Red Velvet cupcakes, which are super popular overseas! Ufufufu. They have a light chocolate flavor but for some reason they're red. The tangy cheesecake frosting is an excellent match for this cupcake! So, how about it? Want to try to make them for Valentine's Day? Let's take a look at the ingredients! I've written them in the description, too! First of all, preheat the oven to 180℃！ All the foreign recipes swear you need butter milk, but since we don't have buttermilk in Japan, we'll have to make a substitute! You can use white vinegar, or apple cider vinegar if you don't have that. Next we're going to separate the egg yolks and whites. Mix the egg whites for 2-3 minutes on high. When they look kinda like this, you're good. Put the egg whites aside and let's mix the dry ingredients! Add flour and katakuriko (potato starch) to make the cake batter a little more moist and cakey! Mix it well, then add cocoa powder, salt, and baking soda, and mix again! In a separate bowl mix some room-temperature butter. Add sugar, and beat it again. Add some canola oil, and beat it again. Add the egg yolks and, yes, beat it again. Finally add the food coloring (and some vanilla oops) and beat it again. Add the curdled milk, your dry ingredients, and the red butter mix together and beat until blended. Then fold in the egg whites and mix lightly. (I lost the file for this oops.) Your cupcake mix should be light and fluffy. Put them in the preheated oven for 12 minutes (or 20 if baking 12 at a time.) If a toothpick inserted in the centre comes out clean, you're good! Next we need to cool the cupcakes. If they're too warm, the frosting will melt! While you're waiting for the cupcakes to cool, start making the icing! Beat together the cream cheese and butter. Make sure they're at room temperature or this will be hard. Add the icing sugar and milk, and beat again.The mixture should smooth out this time. Taste the icing and adjust it to your liking with vanilla essence, or a pinch of salt (or both!) Once the cupcakes are cool it's time to decorate them! I just put the frosting in a ziplock bag and cut off the corner! Swirl the icing slowly and build into the centre of the cupcake! You can decorate them however you'd like. You can make them cute for valentine's day, but if you plan on giving them to a guy, use your imagination to make them more manly!