Sunday, May 3, 2009

Chocolate Brownie (Eggless)

Brownie is a lovely desert to complete any full course dinner. Thats because it is extremely exotic and couples best with ice cream. Its very simple to make and sure you would rejoice it. :)


Dark Chocolate - 400gms(Grated) or syrup
Unsalted Butter - 12 tbsp
Castor/Powdered Sugar - 1 cup
Maida-1 cup
Baking Powder -1 tsp
Baking Soda/Sodium Bi-carb - 1 tsp
Beaten Curd -1 cup


Sift the Flour, Baking Powder, Baking Soda and a small pinch of salt twice and keep it aside.
Put the grated chocolates in a glass bowl and microwave it in High for One Minute. Now take a bowl and add the Butter and Castor Sugar/Powdered Sugar and stir them till the mixture gets creamy. Now add the melted chocolate and mix them. Add the Beaten Curd's and Flour to the mixture and mix them smoothly. Grease a Glass Bowl with Butter and pour the Flour mixture and Microwave it in High for 5 minutes. Remove it and let it cool for 10 min before you cut and serve. Your Chocolate brownie is ready. :)

Serve it hot with ice cream and chocolate sauce. :) Yummy yummy would be the reaction of all. Happy eating :)

Above said measurements would make 12 such pieces of brownie.

Note: People who prefer nuts in the brownie can add walnuts and cashew nuts to it too.

Written by: Nithya
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Anuradha said...

Viewers!! Its damn easy! Please do try it. I tasted this dessert prepared by Nithya. Its simple, easy and very very tasty!!

nivash said...

hey buddy,

I had a big argument with ur sister and she finally proved tat u cooked all these...interesting passion!! kudos!!

I never knew black forest can be home made and watermelon and butterscotch make a brilliant r u hearing this... ;)

Nithya said...

ha ha ha ha thanks guys.. and yeah Nivash true tat I keep changing my passion and trying out different things.. may be this is cooking season in my year :)

Nithya said...

And sis thanks for ur help in making it a lovely desert last night :)

Pavithra Elangovan said...

hi nithi this is looking so delish.. nice presentation with cute doggy... I know it would have tasted great!!!!!!!1

Valarmathi Sanjeev said...

I love the cute little doggy doll. Cake looks Delicious.

Unknown said...

kalaku da suppperrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

Unknown said...

kalakku machi ..... super da........

Unknown said...

Anything eggless always welcome, very nice presentations Nithya, keep up the good work.

Sindu Anand said...

chocolate sauce recip pls :)

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