Turnip Brownies

A brownie with a good quality chocolate will have your mouth watering!

Recipe By: Nanita (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/243)
Serves 4 Prep: 25 min Cook: 55 min

Ingredients

Turnip (peeled) 1 (270g)
Water to cover the turnip
Honey 1 tbsp
Dark chocolate (70%) 200g
Unsalted butter 80g
Dark muscovado sugar 90g
Double cream 80ml
Eggs 2
Flour 80g
Cocoa powder 15g
Baking powder 1/2 tsp
Roasted walnuts 100g

Method

1
Cut 80g turnip into 1cm dice and put in a small pan. Boil until soft in water to just cover and honey.
2
Finely chop or blend the remaining uncooked turnip (190g).
3
Put the chocolate and butter into a bowl and allow to melt in a bain marie. Add the dark sugar and allow to dissolve, mixing gently.
4
Add the double cream and eggs into Step 3 and whisk until nice and shiny.
5
Add the finely chopped turnip from Step 2. Sift the flour, baking powder and cocoa powder in, and add the chopped walnuts.
6
Put some greaseproof paper into a tin and pour in the mixture.
7
Sprinkle the cooked turnip from Step 1 over the top and bake in a preheated oven 160C for 50-55 minutes.

Tips & Note

Make sure to use good quality chocolate and cocoa powder.

Turnip Brownies

A brownie with a good quality chocolate will have your mouth watering!

Recipe By: Nanita (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/243)

Serves 4

Prep: 25 min

Cook: 55 min

Ingredients

Turnip (peeled) 1 (270g)
Water to cover the turnip
Honey 1 tbsp
Dark chocolate (70%) 200g
Unsalted butter 80g
Dark muscovado sugar 90g
Double cream 80ml
Eggs 2
Flour 80g
Cocoa powder 15g
Baking powder 1/2 tsp
Roasted walnuts 100g

Turnip Brownies

Recipe ID :1726 Posted on 10 MAR 2016

Serves 4

Prep 25min
Cook 55min
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A brownie with a good quality chocolate will have your mouth watering!

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1 (270g)
to cover the turnip
1 tbsp
200g
80g
90g
80ml
2
80g
15g
1/2 tsp
100g

Method

Prep
25min
Cook
55min
1
Cut 80g turnip into 1cm dice and put in a small pan. Boil until soft in water to just cover and honey.
2
Finely chop or blend the remaining uncooked turnip (190g).
3
Put the chocolate and butter into a bowl and allow to melt in a bain marie. Add the dark sugar and allow to dissolve, mixing gently.
4
Add the double cream and eggs into Step 3 and whisk until nice and shiny.
5
Add the finely chopped turnip from Step 2. Sift the flour, baking powder and cocoa powder in, and add the chopped walnuts.
6
Put some greaseproof paper into a tin and pour in the mixture.
7
Sprinkle the cooked turnip from Step 1 over the top and bake in a preheated oven 160C for 50-55 minutes.
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