woensdag 9 juli 2014


Very, very nice recipe and ridiculously easy to make. The brownie with a soft inner body and a crunchy coat.

You will need:
- 60 g butter
- 130 g pure chocolate (without sugar)
- 60 g sugar (if you need more sugar you can go till 80 g)
- pinch of salt
- 1 egg
- 75 g flour
- pinch of cacao powder

First melt the chocolate with the butter on low heat. Then mix the sugar, salt, egg, cacao powder in a separate bowl. Add the two mixtures together. Slowly add the flour into the mixture while mixing.

Bake for 35 minutes at 160 °C.

This is the result and it's delicious.

Another recipe is from a colleague of mine and seems to be a completely different recipe:

1. Mix 100 g butter with 100 g of pure chocolate. Trade in butter for a bit of vegetable oil/coconut oil to get chewiness.
2. Mix 200 g dark brown sugar + granulated white sugar to the chocolate mixture for 10 seconds. (white sugar glazes the top of the brownie, brown sugar gives texture)
3. Mix 2 eggs to the mixture for at least 45 seconds (the egg whites come to the top during baking to get the shiny crust).
4. Mix 100 g self-raising flour to the mixture.
5. Approximately 20-30 minutes in the oven at 170 °C. Do not overbake.

This video also shows how it is done:

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