Jul 12, 2011

Nigella’s Everyday Brownies Recipe / Best Chocolate Brownies Ever


“Brownies” Saying that name makes me happy...I love brownies,I love each letter of the word “Brownies”.. If I see any recipes named as Brownies,I will stare at that atleast for a few minutes (From this you get to know how much I love brownies).. My love for brownies had made me post quite a few brownie recipe in this blog..You can check all of them here..But amoung all those brownies this has become my latest favorite..



This is one is my Favorite Domestic Goddess Nigella’s recipe..This recipe is from her latest show “Nigella’s Kitchen”..I watched this video last week and believe it or not I made it the next day itself...And today I made it again for my friends..



I actually halved the original recipe..But i have written both the measurements.. So if you want,you could double or even triple the recipe..I beg you to give this a try..It was so gooey in the middle and crusty in the top with a little bit of creamy milk chocolate bites..I know this sounds like HEAVEN...Please give it a try and let me know what you think..



Preparation Time : 10 mins
Baking Time : 25 to 30 mins
Makes : 16 Large Bars

Ingredients:


Original Recipe (Makes 16 bars)
All Purpose Flour / Maida - 1 cup / 120 Grams
Butter - 150 Grams 
Granulated Sugar - 1 3/4 Cup / 350 Grams
Cocoa - 3/4 cup / 80 grams (app)
Baking Soda - 1 tsp
Salt - a pinch
Eggs - 4
Vanilla Essence - 2 tsp
Milk Chocolate Pieces - 1 cup chopped roughly

Halved Recipe (Makes 9 Small Bars)
All Purpose Flour / Maida - 60 Grams
Butter - 75 grams
Granulated Sugar - 175 grams
Cocoa - 40 grams (app)
Baking Soda - 1/2 tsp
Salt - a pinch
Eggs - 2
Vanilla Essence - 1 tsp
Milk Chocolate Pieces - 1/2 cup chopped roughly

Method:

Preheat the oven to 180°C...Line a square tin with foil and apply some butter on it...

In a sauce pan add butter,sugar and melt it down.

Turn the heat off and add in cocoa and mix well.

Add in flour, baking soda, salt and mix.

Add in eggs,vanilla and mix till it becomes smooth consistency.

Now fold in the chopped milk chocolate and mix well.

Tip this in to the tin and bake it in the oven for 25-30 min.

Insert a knife it will have some moist crumbs in it.

Cut into squares and enjoy with a glass of milk or a scoop of vanilla icecream....

Pictorial:

Grab your ingrediants

Line a tin with foil and butter in all sides

Melt butter...

with sugar...

Switch off the heat and add cocoa...

mix well....

throw in flour...

add in salt and baking soda...

drop in eggs...

with some vanilla...

fold in chopped chocolates

fold well..

tip this in tin and bake it...
Cut it and serve


83 comments:

  1. Rich gooey and delectable looking brownies...

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  2. Love the brownies and love the video!! I love Nigella too, thanks so much, gloria

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  3. Woww.. that is one yummy looking brownie. I love em :D

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  4. Isn't Nigela great.Aren't you great.
    And the brownies like yours here are the best:)

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  5. Un brownie espectacular con su aspecto jugoso por dentro.
    Besos.

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  6. I'm a fan of brownies too :) I will save this recipe, thanks!

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  7. Un brownie delicioso!. me gusta la textura que te ha quedado y Nigella me encanta, tengo su libro de cocina. un saludo y encantada de entrar en tu blog. ya me he hecho seguidora tuya-

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  8. delicious brownies and nice explanation

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  9. Hola, gracias por visitar uno de mis blogs y dejarme tu comentario.
    Los brwnies te han quedado estupendos, muy jugosos.
    Un abrazo.

    www.cocinandoencasa.net
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    www.todasmisrecetasdecocina.net

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  10. Absolutely yummy and delicious!. I love chocolate and brownies too.
    Greetings. :)

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  11. Hola, encantada de conocerte. El brownie es uno de mis postres favoritos. En mi blog hice uno pero con frutos secos diferentes y me quedo muy rico. Yo tambien soy apasionada de la cocina y me gusta mucho lo que veo en tu blog. Espero seguirte de ahora en adelante. Saludos

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  12. Hi Aarthi!! Thanks for visit my blog!! I love your blog, the recipes are delicious and your explanations very good!! I'll visit you very often! Kisses!!

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  13. Ciao grazie della visita e dei complimenti!!!
    Ti seguo perchè il tuo blog mi piace molto e poi è bello scambiare le ricette con il mondo intero!!!
    Spero tanto che anche tu mi segua così rimaniamo in contatto!!!
    A presto, baci

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  14. Chocolately brownies...looks super yumm

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  15. Hola, muchas gracias por visitar mi blog, me ha hecho mucha ilusión. Acabo de ver el tuyo y me quedo también a seguirte. Buenísimo te sale el brownie. Hasta pronto.

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  16. hi friend! thnx for coming to my blog, so nice to met u there! if need some help about my recipes in spanish... just let me know (though my english is not perfect) maybe i can help u!!
    great blog! hope to see you soon!! see ya!

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  17. Lovely brownies...Nigellas recipes r always hit n special...

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  18. No lo he dudado ni un segundo, ya me tienes como seguidora, tienes un blog precioso con deliciosas recetas, te seguiré de cerca.
    Como no tengo cuadro de seguidores puedes suscribirte para que te envíe mis recetas por mail, gracias.
    Besitos.

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  19. Looks grate.i really like it.why u don't try to bake it using baking paper and not foil.it's make your cakes easy to remove and is more cheap :D.
    have a nice day!

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  20. Gracias por visitar mi blog. El brownie no te puede haber quedado mejor. Voy a dar una vuelta por tu blog.
    Saludos.

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  21. ¡Buenísimo! acabo de llegar a tu blog y me quedo, con tu permiso…Bss

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  22. Hello,
    Thanks for your visit and comment to my blog. My English is very bad, but I'll try to write.
    I love the brownie! and this is very good and juicy.
    I'm follower of yours. See you soon!

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  23. Estupendo paso a paso y delicioso brownie.. Encantada de conocer tu bonito blog.
    Besos

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  24. Thank you for passing on my blog!I sign up now from your followers. I would be happy if you will subscribe to one of my followers.
    your recipe are very nice!!!!I'm not good in english....sorry!!!

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  25. Dear Aarthi,

    Thank you for your lovely note on my blog! It's a pleasure to have you stop by and try some gluten-free recipes :) These brownies look AMAZING!!! I would love to try a gluten-free version of these...I would just sub the regular flour with rice/tapioca/sorghum flour and I'm sure they'll be delicious!!! Thanks for sharing.

    All the best,
    Emily xo

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  26. OMG! what a brownie! i love it!

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  27. delectable looking brownies,,,:)

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  28. A pretty different kind of brownie, it looks great, so I will try Nigella's recipe, I use the old fashioned recipe were you melt the chocolate with the butter first.

    Thanks for your visit to my Patagonia blog, I guess you noticed I have a food blog myself, only it's in Spanish and still haven't been able to load the translator.

    We'll keep in touch for sure, you have in me a new follower, I loved your blog and your pictures are gorgeous. Big hugs from Chile

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  29. Thank your for visiting my blog. I love brownies and this must be delicious :)

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  30. I can never turn down a piece of brownie. Which turns into a pan being ate. These look irresistable. Yummy!

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  31. El brownie me gusta mucho. Te quedó muy bien.
    Gracias por visitar mi blog, yo me quedo aquí contigo.
    Un beso

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  32. Thanks for visiting and for your beautiful words!

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  33. oooooh, thx for ur comment in my blog, ur blog is amazing, i like it a lot.
    This recip its so cool, im gonna try it sometime.
    now im ur follower.
    have a nice day

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  34. Really yummy looking brownies!

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  35. lovely recipe but I have a small doubt.How hot should the mix be when u add the eggs/ i did it while it was on the gas and they nearly turned to omlettes! should it be just warm or lil warm or straight off the gas?? Please revert
    Thanks!!

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  36. @Annie you should not add eggs when the mixture is in flame,you should take it out of the flame and let it cool for 2-3 min.then add in your eggs so it wont scramble...Hope you got it..

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  37. Hello Arthi,
    Firstly, Congratulations!! you are doing a amazing job!!!

    I hv a doubt regarding brownies, what flour do u use? maida or rice flour??

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  38. @ReBOrn.. Thanks for your comment. i used regular All purpose flour / Maida

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  39. Hi Aarthi, I am planning to do this Everyday brownies tomorrow. I have 2 doubts.
    1) CAN I SUBSTITUTE OIL IN THE PLACE OF BUTTER. If so, how much oil should I add?
    2)Will all other ingredient measurements remain the same if I add butter?
    Please reply at the earliest. Bye..... UmaRaghu/Poland

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  40. @Anonymous

    yes you can use oil instead of butter,no the measurements remains same

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  41. @Aarthi Thanks for ur Immediate reply. Please tell me HOW MUCH OIL I SHOULD USE?

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  42. @Aarthi Thanks for ur Immediate reply. Please tell me HOW MUCH OIL I SHOULD USE?

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  43. Hi Aarthi, Is 100ml of Oil enough for this cake measurement? Thanks for your immediate reply. UmaRaghu/Poland

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  44. hi Aarthi,
    from your kitchen to my kitchen..
    check it out.
    thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe..
    http://niveditaskitchen.blogspot.in/2012/11/everyday-chocolate-browniefood-remake.html

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  45. Thank you for the recipe the picture looks perfect :):)
    Very good instructions too, easy to follow

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  46. Hi Arthi, Can I make this in a cooker or pressure pan? If yes could suggest for how long? thanks.

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  47. @Anjali NO you cannot. I have never tried it

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  48. Hi Aarti, Happy Deepavali!. Can I make this brownie in microwave? If yes for how long?

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  49. @anamikaIf you have convection/Baking mode in your microwave, you could make this at the same temp and time mentioned. If you have normal microwave then you could not make it

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  50. Brownie looks so moist and perfect.....!!!

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  51. I tried making this in the microwave oven, the top part was cooked but the bottom was all gooey. where did I go wrong?

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  52. @AnonymousDid u bake it in convection oven, you should have cooked it longer, so the bottom would have cooked

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  53. hii....can we substitute egg in dis recipe?
    if yes, by what

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  54. Hi Aarthi,u said to switch off the heat when adding cocoa right. But am I suppose to switch on the heat again after adding it? Pls do reply. I am waiting for ur reply :)

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  55. @AnonymousNO you dont need to switch on the heat again

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  56. Instead of eggs can I add yogurt ...?

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  57. Hi arthi
    what size tin have u used for baking??

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  58. Hi Arthi i am a follower of u r blog. I luv to cook nd u r blog helps me a lot.
    My son luvs brownies nd i wanted to try them seeing u r blog made me to try it. Tks for helping me to cook wit so much of intrest.

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  59. Hello Arthi
    I tried your chocolate plum cake 5 mins recipe of microwave and it turned out pretty well except that it was trifle dry ...can you tell me how to rectify that and in this browni recipe you have used baking soda not powder is that correct???plz ans

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  60. @Dr AfshanJust brush it with some sugar syrup to keep it moist. And this recipe calls for baking soda.

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  61. Hi aarthi I live ur recipes and ur blog a lot...In this recipe u have used milk chocolate chopped into pieces right...can I use dairy milk chocolate for that or wat kind of chocolate do I need to buy from the store...thanks in advance..

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  62. Hii..did u cover d tin while baking

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  63. Awesome recipe! I just baked a batch and they are scrumptious!

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  64. Brownies came out perfect. Was wondering if u have tried replacing butter with oil completely of maybe half n half with butter. It gets hard in winters

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  65. is baking soda necessary? can i use baking pwdr instead

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  66. Hey this recipe is very good but can i use fresh milk in this recipe or you have any alternative with egg. I am vegetarian and i cant used egg in it.
    Thank for sharing

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  67. Can I use salted butter for this brownie recipe...

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  68. Can u pls give butter in terms of cup measurements

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