natural red food colouring

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What is Organic Red Food Colour?

Natural red food colour is basically dried beetroot powder. It can be used to give a brilliant colour to gravies etc. It is very simple to make and a great substitute for store bought red food colour.

Let’s talk about the Ingredients for Natural Red Food Colour

To make natural red food colouring, we need good beetroots, which means fresh and large and red! It is important to plan to make natural red food colouring on a sunny day because we need to sun dry the beetroots which can be done only when the sun is bright.

How To Make Natural Red Food Colour

1. Grate from the thick side of grater

natural red food colouring

2. Place all grated beetroot in a plate in sunlight to dry

natural red food colouring

3. When the beetroot is dry

natural red food colouring

4. Add dried beetroot to grinder jar

natural red food colouring

5. Make fine powder

natural red food colouring

6. To use, take little lukewarm water

natural red food colouring

7. Add beetroot powder in water, mix and use in gravies, cakes etc

natural red food colouring

8. Bon Appetit: Use red food colouring in dal makhani, paneer butter masala, pav bhaji etc.

natural red food colouring

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