You might try blanching them to set the color.
Make it to the smoothness you want, then add a bit of beet juice for the color you want. Add a bit at a time - don't worry, it will not take on a beet taste, just a red color. Restaurants always have beet juice on hand to use for this purpose.
cayenne will give it color, and a kick! are you making a romesco?
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