Monday, February 04, 2008

the ultimate brownie

I found a Nigel Slater book (The Kitchen Diaries) at the library with a recipe for the richest, most chocolatey brownies I have yet tasted.

The recipe is also available online here. If you would like the substitutions for the ingredient amounts, this is what I used:

1 1/3 cup sugar

1/2 lb butter

2 T butter

9 oz chocolate pcs. (70% cocoa solids)

3 lrg eggs + 1 egg yolk

1/2 cup flour + 2 T flour

1/2 cup cocoa + 2 T cocoa

3/4 tsp baking powder

Oven 350 degrees

Enjoy!

[Warning: One brownie has 327 calories, 82% of which are from fat]

14 comments:

  1. KsMaryLou11:01 PM

    Ooooooh that looks so yummy. The weather is going down the tubes here tomorrow.............gee I may just have to do some baking.

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  2. oh good grief! Just what i needed, a irresistible brownie recipe. But, Ive copied it and will pick up ingredients on my way home from work tomorrow. What a wonderful blog u have!
    Darly

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  3. This looks delish,it would be so good with a big glass of cold milk. Thank you for the recipe. Linda

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  4. Ahh, brownies! To die for!! :)

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  5. Nogel Slater is a wonderful chef and writer,I have all his books and he is often on TV a very nice person he seems to be too.

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  6. Oh, my word! How many calories jumped through the computer screen from that lucious picture?!?!?!?!

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  7. I'm looking away from the brownies as we've just finished a large pan.
    You received a wee award on my blog. Come see!

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  8. Looks delicious...thanks!

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  9. I read the warning. HA! I figure I gotta die of something, it might as well be brownies.

    - Suzanne, the Farmer's Wife

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  10. Well with that calorie count I could have one for lunch LOL! It looks so yummy I'm sure it's worth a few extra miles on the treadmill!

    Manuela

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  11. Well those brownies just look to dang good. You know if you gonna splurge you might as well make it a good one. Thanks for sharing the recipe, I will add it to my collection of bars.

    Karen

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  12. I have a few members of my family who would love this recipe. Thanks for sharing Deb.

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  13. Well I can see why these are soo good. They are almost a flourless cake. Yummm xoxoxo Clarice

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