Eggless Chocolate Brownie with condensed milk. | Forks N Knives

Eggless Chocolate Brownie with condensed milk.

Saturday, March 21, 2015


I have never quite made eggless brownies, fearing they will turn sad..real SAD!! I was proved wrong, so WRONG..few hours ago...As dense and fudgy as the usual ones..just the way all of us at home like it..Lets get Baking!!

Method:

1. Start by heating 6 tbsp of unsalted butter (1 stick) with 8oz bitter sweet chocolate in a double boiler. I used 100% cacao this time. You can go lower than that....but as always, darker the chocolate, intense is the flavor.



2. The melted chocolate and butter. Allow this to cool little. Add 1 tsp instant coffee powder in 2 tbsp water, mix and pour into this mixture


3. Pour 1 tin(400 ml) sweetened condensed milk and mix well. Now, start preheating your oven at 350F(180 C).







4. Sift together 1/2 cup all purpose flour(remember a fudgy brownie requires very less flour, so just 1/2 cup!!), 1/3 rd cup unsweetened cocoa powder,1/2 tsp baking powder.


5. Mix slowly with the chocolate mixture.



This is a simple trick to line your pan with foil. Invert your baking tray and outline with foil.


Place it inside your pan, this way you get the perfect measurement.


Pour the batter in an 8X8 inch pan and bake for around 35-40 minutes depending on your oven temperature. Do the toothpick test to see their done ness.



Allow it to cool( If you have the patience!!) Store in an airtight container. Warm it in microwave for few seconds before you serve it to retain the softness and some ice cream to go by!!




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14 comments:

  1. You have explained it so beautifuly!!Truely YUM!

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    1. Thank you so much kushi, i hope you will try and let me know.

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  2. It will be helpful when I try. Thanks in advance

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    1. Please read properly. It's already mentioned in F as well as Degree Celsius. It's 350 F(180 C).

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  3. i tried this recipe...turned out awesome...thanks a lot!!

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    1. Thanks a lot Raina for sharing your feedback. I am very happy..:)

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  4. Is it OK if I use less condense milk? I have tin measuring 305 ml only?

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    1. Should be ok Shraddha. Let me know how it turned out to be.

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    2. Hey Remya, it turned out awesome! thank u!!

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    3. That's awesome Shraddha. Can you share a pic with me maybe in fb?

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  5. Hey Remya, thank you for this super simple recipe. I tried for my sisters bday and it came out gorgeously awesome!!! I have shared the pic on ur FB page as well :)
    Thanks.. Lakshmi

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  6. Amazing brownies! I am not a fan of brownies but these were just out of this world!! So fudgy!

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  7. Can i skip the instant coffee step?

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