Aug 12, 2015

Best Quadruple Chocolate Brownies Recipe Ever


I have been baking quite a lot of cakes, cupcakes, muffins and other baked goodies..But i completely forgot about brownies..It is one of my favourite baked goodies..Long back, i used to bake quite a lot of brownies recipes but somehow i totally forgot about it...No worries, now i am in complete baking spirit and i baked three variety of brownies in a row and each and everyone hit the spot..


This is quite a indulgent brownie recipe. It calls for three variety of chocolate bar dark, white and milk. And it has a additional cocoa powder in this recipe. So it is a quadruple chocolate brownie recipe. Even a single addition of chocolate makes everything taste great, then think how a four times chocolate taste like..This is quite a rich one perfect for parties, but i wont complain if you make it as a treat for yourselves..I made this to take it to a friend of mine and she loved it..


Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you..


Preparation Time : 20 mins
Baking Time : 55 to 60 mins
Makes : 16 servings

Ingredients:

Unsalted Butter - 185 grams

Dark Chocolate - 185 grams chopped
All Purpose Flour / Maida - 3/4 cup / 90 grams
Cocoa Powder - 1/2 cup / 40 grams
Eggs - 3
Sugar - 11/4 cup / 250 grams
White Chocolate - 1/2 cup chopped
Milk Chocolate - 1/2 cup chopped 

(My 1 cup measures 240 ml)


Method:


Preheat oven to 180 degree C.


First step, take a 20 cm square baking pan, line it with parchment paper and grease the sides and bottom with oil or butter really well.


Take butter in a sauce pan and melt it down on medium heat. Take it and add in chopped dark chocolate and keep mixing till it melts. Set aside to cool.


Take flour, cocoa in a sifter and sieve it well. Set aside.


Take eggs, sugar in a bowl and use a beater to whip till foamy and pale.


Now add in chocolate mix and mix well.


Add in the flour and cocoa mix in and fold gently.


Add in the chopped milk and white chocolate and mix well.


Pour this into the prepared pan and bake this for 55 to 60 mins.


Remove this from oven and let it cool for a good 2 to 3 hours.


Now remove from tray and cut into squares.


Serve


Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients


line a tray with parchment paper and grease it really well


take butter in a sauce pan


melt it down


add in dark chocolate


mix well


it will melt down and get glossy


now it is all melted..set this aside


take flour in a sifter


add in cocoa powder


sieve this and set aside


crack open 3 eggs in a large bowl


add in sugar


use a beater to whip this up


it will get thick and foamy


keep beating this for 3 to 4 mins


this is how it should look like


see foamy and pale


add in chocolate butter mix in


beat this again


now the chocolate is mixed well


add the flour and cocoa mix in


fold gently


all mixed up


mean while i chopped some milk choocolate and white chocolate 


add that in


Mix this well


pour this into the pan


Now time to bake


Baked..the top will look crusty, but underneath will be so gooey and moist


remove it from tin


cut into squares


Enjoy



13 comments:

  1. Hi, just wanted to say yours is the best site on the web. keep going! When I saw this recipe, i wanted to try it immediately. But i was disappointed to see eggs in it. do you have this recipe without eggs? thank you.

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  2. wat's the difference between a cake and a brownie? Please let me know

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  3. Hey Aarthi! Love your blog! Came across it quite recently and it's been a real find =) Can't wait to try this brownie recipe. Could you please list the brands of chocolate you used? Or should I just use the normal chocolates like Dairy Milk, Milky bar etc?

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  4. @Betsyno i used dark baking chocolate..

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  5. @Anonymouscakes are more softer and lighter. brownies are denser and fudgier

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  6. Arthi your recipies are too good...Thank you so much.

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  7. Cakes have baking powder. Brownies don't.

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  8. Cakes have baking powder. Brownies don't.

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  9. hi aarthi..i simply love all your recipes! I tried this recipe and it tasted amazing but the only problem was that the brownies stuck really badly to the wax paper. i greased the paper before pouring the batter in as per what you said. How can i prevent this in future?

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  10. @Sanjukta Venkateshcool the brownies well before you peel off the paper. it will just come off easily

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