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Chocolate Fudge Brownies

Everyone who's read more than one baking post knows that I like to harp on the fact that I have no baking skills what so ever. But recently I've had the baking Gods smile at me, and am proud to say I've somewhat been successful in the pastry area.

One of the main things, I forget if I've already mentioned it, is an awareness session one of my friends gave me on the importance of measurement. Since then, I've added a nice neat measurement scale onto the list of things I want to get.


Along with silicone moulds, cutters, non stick baking pans and what not.. the list is expansive! Thanks to another friend, for no reason at all, I've decided I'd also like a popcorn making machine.. *hint hint*- you know who you are!

Anyways, here comes the best chocolate fudge brownie recipe ever. And I think if you google it, you'll find the recipe as well. I've decided to write it down here again, so that if that website ever shuts down, I'll still be able to find it here. Yes, it is THAT good!

Grocery List

185g dark chocolate (Dukes)
125g butter
1/4 cup sugar
2 eggs
1 cup plain flour
1 cup chopped roasted walnuts

To Prepare: 

  •  Line baking pan with parchment paper
  • Melt chocolate and butter, over low heat in a saucepan and remove once liquidy
  • Stir in the sugar and egg, one at a time till dissolved. Beat well with a wooden spoon to aid dissolution
  • Stir in sifted flour and nuts
  • Pour into prepared bake tin and bake for 25 mins
  • Sprinkle with icing sugar, through a sieve and cut to squares


Anonymous said…
i had two mouthful of these yummy brownies on a potluck... Sabby's Chocolate Fudge Brownies are a sweet feast to your taste buds.. try this recipe.. u have my words.. ;)

Prasenjit Ganguly...
Garima said…
Perfect Recipe !- Review from the last potluck you had at work! :)

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