Chocolate ,chocolate, chocolate!Its chocolaty atmosphere at my place.My daughter and myself can live just on chocolates.I just love eggless chocolate bakes.I baked this brownie yesterday on Sanjus demand.I had prepared one more version from one blog,but this came out better than that.My baker buddy Lakshmi says Brownies are cut into squares,but I didn't
find have a square tin, of course I could have cut it into squares,next time will do better. Theres always a next time.And I do follow all the small tips given by her.This brownie can be had as a sizzling brownie with vanilla ice cream in a sizzler plate.This is my second sizzler plate which I had mentioned in my Babycorn schezwan sizzler Italiano post.My son wanted to cut the brownie into gingerbread man shape so did one for him since he is very fascinated with that shape.
Recipe source:Easy cooking
or curds-1 cup
- Mix together
curd and sugar until sugar dissolves.
- Add baking
powder and baking soda and keep aside for few minutes and the bubbles appear.
- Sift together
maida and cocoa powder and add choco chips and chopped walnuts and keep it
- Add oil
and essence to the curd mixture and whisk well.
- Add the
flour mixture ,1 tsp a t time to the curd mixture little by little and mix it
scraping the sides in between untill smooth.
preheat the oven to ,200 deg C for 10
minutes and grease a pan.
- Add the
cake batter and bake for 10 minutes at 200 deg C and then lower the temperature
to 150 deg C and bake for 20 -25 minutes.
- Once done
check the cake by inserting a toothpick in the center if it comes out clean
that means it is done.
- Let the
brownie cool completely before you slice attack it and relish it with vanilla
ice cream and chocolate sauce.
- You may
cool it in the tray for 5 minutes and then cool in a wire rack for about 30
Use fresh buttermilk or curds,mine was little sour, so I could make out mild sourness in the cake.
The recipe calls for 3/4 cup sugar but I would go for 1 cup.
I used powdered sugar.
Brownies are mostly cut into squares.
My brownie is little over baked ,it is better to keep it little goey.
Some brownie recipe calls for icing sugar substitute to granulated sugar.