[Video] Whisky Brownies

It's a simple basic brownie with the flavour of Scotch Whisky.
It looks really tasty and is so easy to make.

Recipe By: Mizue (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/32)
Serves 20 Prep: 20 min Cook: 20 min

Ingredients

Chocolate (70% cocoa) 200g
Butter (unsalted) 100g
Eggs (medium) 3
Caster sugar 180g
Scotch Whisky 1 tbsp
Plain flour 100g

Method

1
Preheat the oven 180C.
2
Break the chocolate into pieces and place in a bowl.
3
Into another bowl, pour boiling water and place the bowl with chocolate on top.
4
As the chocolate starts to melt, add the butter so they melt together (this will be quicker if the butter is chopped into small pieces first).
5
In another bowl, mix the eggs, sugar and whisky.
6
Very gradually, add the chocolate mix into the egg mix and whisk gently. Add the sifted flour and mix thoroughly.
7
Pour this batter into a baking tin and put in the oven for 17-18 minutes. After it cools, slice into 5cm squares ready to eat.
8
You could put icing sugar or cocoa powder on the top.

Tips & Note

The recipe is so simple, so use the best quality ingredients. Melt the chocolate and butter slowly and add it to the egg mixture slowly, but make sure to add the flour in fast. You could also include nuts or dried fruit. Brownies are quite rich, so make the pieces just the right size for you to savour the flavour.

[Video] Whisky Brownies

It's a simple basic brownie with the flavour of Scotch Whisky.
It looks really tasty and is so easy to make.

Recipe By: Mizue (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/32)

Serves 20

Prep: 20 min

Cook: 20 min

Ingredients

Chocolate (70% cocoa) 200g
Butter (unsalted) 100g
Eggs (medium) 3
Caster sugar 180g
Scotch Whisky 1 tbsp
Plain flour 100g

[Video] Whisky Brownies

Recipe ID :1673 Posted on 14 FEB 2016

Serves 20

Prep 20min
Cook 20min
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It's a simple basic brownie with the flavour of Scotch Whisky.
It looks really tasty and is so easy to make.

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Method

Prep
20min
Cook
20min
1
Preheat the oven 180C.
2
Break the chocolate into pieces and place in a bowl.
3
Into another bowl, pour boiling water and place the bowl with chocolate on top.
4
As the chocolate starts to melt, add the butter so they melt together (this will be quicker if the butter is chopped into small pieces first).
5
In another bowl, mix the eggs, sugar and whisky.
6
Very gradually, add the chocolate mix into the egg mix and whisk gently. Add the sifted flour and mix thoroughly.
7
Pour this batter into a baking tin and put in the oven for 17-18 minutes. After it cools, slice into 5cm squares ready to eat.
8
You could put icing sugar or cocoa powder on the top.

Tips & Note

The recipe is so simple, so use the best quality ingredients. Melt the chocolate and butter slowly and add it to the egg mixture slowly, but make sure to add the flour in fast. You could also include nuts or dried fruit. Brownies are quite rich, so make the pieces just the right size for you to savour the flavour.

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