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When we talk about brownies, the first thing that comes in mind is which recipe is actually the best.

I think the best way is to make different recipes of brownies and find the best recipe for yourself. For each person it will be a different recipe all together.

The recipe I am sharing with you is of a FUDGE CHOCOLATE BROWNIE.

This recipe was given to me by my elder sister.

I used to bake brownies when I started with my baking journey but over the years I lost my recipe. Not only that, I couldn't bake good brownies after that. The brownies used to come out dry, hard or even overbaked.

I was visiting my sister in New Zealand and she baked brownies in front of me. The way she made them fascinated me. After returning to India I tried making brownies using her recipe. To my surprise I succeeded.

Well, later I thanked my sister for sharing her recipe with me.


240g butter

260g castor sugar

200g brown sugar

30ml vegetable oil

4 eggs (large)

133g all purpose flour

100g cocoa powder

200g dark chocolate

walnuts - optional


Pre heat the oven to 175 degrees.

Line baking pans with parchment paper.

Melt butter in a bowl in microwave.

Add in castor and brown sugar and mix till just combined. (DO NOT OVER MIX)

Pour in oil and eggs. Mix well.

In another bowl sieve all purpose flour and cocoa powder.

Add in the dry ingredients in the wet mixture and mix till just combined. (DO NOT OVER MIX THE BATTER)

Chop dark chocolate in to small pieces and then add them to the batter. Reserve some of the chopped chocolate for top.

If adding chocolate to the batter then you can add chopped walnuts on top for that extra crunch in the brownie.

Bake exactly for 40 minutes and then remove to a cooling rack to cool completely before cutting.

The colour of your brownie will depend on the brand / colour cocoa powder you use.

I like to warm my brownie slightly so that the chocolate inside it melts evenly in one's mouth. Nothing better than topping the brownie with chocolate sauce.

One can relish the brownie as it is without warming it too.


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