Super Easy Walnut Chocolate Brownie

Just mix and bake this very American simple cake. This time I used a tin 17 cm × 27 cm.

Recipe By: cookbuzz (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/454)
Makes 18 Prep: 20 min Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Dark chocolate 280g
Unsalted butter 140g
Salt a pinch
Milk 85ml
Granulated sugar 120g
Eggs 3
Dark rum 2 tbsp
Plain flour 85g
Cocoa powder 30g
Walnuts 100g

Method

1
Break the chocolate into pieces and put in a bowl together with the salt and butter and heat in a microwave for 1 minute to melt it. Mix it thoroughly with a whisk to dissolve completely.
2
Add the milk and mix well. Add the sugar,eggs and rum and mix well with a whisk.
3
Sift in the flour and cocoa powder and mix well first with a whisk then a spatula.
4
Break up the toasted walnuts (shop bought) with a knife and put 70g into the bowl and mix well.
5
Lay some baking paper on the bottom and up the sides of an oven tin. Pour in Step 4, making sure that it reaches every corner. Level the surface.
6
Sprinkle the remaining 30g of walnuts on top evenly and bake for 15 minutes in an oven preheated to 170 °C.
7
Remove the brownies with the baking paper from the oven tin, then when cooled, peel away from the baking paper and cut the brownies to your preferred size.
8
Sprinkle with some icing sugar, and serve with some vanilla ice cream for a luxurious dessert.

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Super Easy Walnut Chocolate Brownie

Just mix and bake this very American simple cake. This time I used a tin 17 cm × 27 cm.

Recipe By: cookbuzz (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/454)

Makes 18

Prep: 20 min

Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Dark chocolate 280g
Unsalted butter 140g
Salt a pinch
Milk 85ml
Granulated sugar 120g
Eggs 3
Dark rum 2 tbsp
Plain flour 85g
Cocoa powder 30g
Walnuts 100g

Super Easy Walnut Chocolate Brownie

Recipe ID :2623 Posted on 02 MAY 2017

Makes 18

Prep 20min
Cook 15min
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Just mix and bake this very American simple cake. This time I used a tin 17 cm × 27 cm.

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280g
140g
a pinch
85ml
120g
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2 tbsp
85g
30g
100g

Method

Prep
20min
Cook
15min
1
Break the chocolate into pieces and put in a bowl together with the salt and butter and heat in a microwave for 1 minute to melt it. Mix it thoroughly with a whisk to dissolve completely.
2
Add the milk and mix well. Add the sugar,eggs and rum and mix well with a whisk.
3
Sift in the flour and cocoa powder and mix well first with a whisk then a spatula.
4
Break up the toasted walnuts (shop bought) with a knife and put 70g into the bowl and mix well.
5
Lay some baking paper on the bottom and up the sides of an oven tin. Pour in Step 4, making sure that it reaches every corner. Level the surface.
6
Sprinkle the remaining 30g of walnuts on top evenly and bake for 15 minutes in an oven preheated to 170 °C.
7
Remove the brownies with the baking paper from the oven tin, then when cooled, peel away from the baking paper and cut the brownies to your preferred size.
8
Sprinkle with some icing sugar, and serve with some vanilla ice cream for a luxurious dessert.
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