Chocolate Brownie is a thing of beauty. They are without a doubt the dessert that disappears most quickly from the table.
It’s rare that a pan of brownies lasts more than 24 hours in the house, and one feel completely satiated eating them straight from the pan. And warm brownie with a cool scoop of ice cream? That’s damn near perfection the way I see it. This Valentine’s Day whip up this devilish chocolate sinfull dessert with KitchenAid gadgets and make it a special date night for your loved one.
Yield: Makes 12 Pieces
Baking Time: 35 Minutes
– Unsalted butter (softened) : 125 gms
– Dark chocolate (roughly chopped): 125 gms
– Powdered white sugar : 150 gms
– Cocoa powder : 2 tablespoon
– All purpose flour :70 gms
– Salt :1/4 tablespoon
– Vanilla essence : 1 tablespoon
– Chocolate essence : 1 tablespoon
– Eggs :3
– Chopped walnuts :¼ Cup
– To make chocolate brownie, preheat oven at 170° C. Line 9 inch square tin with parchment paper and grease it with little butter.
– Sift flour, cocoa powder, salt together in a bowl. Keep aside until required.
– In a large ceramic bowl add chopped chocolate and butter. In a little smaller heat resistant bowl add 1 Cup water. Arrange bowl of chocolate over water bowl. Heat over medium flame stir chocolate and butter with spatula to avoid sticking to the bowl. Keep on stirring until chocolate and butter is melted. Keep the melted liquid aside while you beat eggs.
– In a bowl add eggs with vanilla, chocolate essence and sugar. Beat with KitchenAid Hand Mixer starting with speed level 2 gradually moving to higher speed. Beat until mixture turns light and creamy.
– Add the cooled down melted chocolate to the eggs. Beat once again for 2 – 3 minutes using hand mixer at speed level 3.
– Once melted chocolate and egg mixture evenly combined fold in the sifted flour into the liquids.
– Combine nicely using the spatula so that no lumps remain in the batter.
– Add chopped walnuts and mix batter once again. Pour the brownie batter into the prepared tin. Bake for 35 minutes insert toothpick and test for doneness.
– Bring tin out of the oven. Let brownie sit in the tin for 10 minutes. Then transfer to a wire rack and let it cool down for sometimes.
– Once brownie cooled down cut into squares.
– Serve with vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce.
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