Wish you all a happy & blessed new year!! I know its a bit late, but as the saying goes, its better to be late than never :). Hope you all had a wonderful Xmas & New Year.
This is my first post in the new year, so I thought of posting something sweet. This recipe is from Martha Stewart's Baking Handbook, which my husband gifted me sometime back. This brownie is dense, fudgy and ful of deep chocolate flaovor. So this is for all the chocoholics out there :)
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13 thoughts on “Fudgy Chocolate Brownies”
I use Lindt plain dark chocolate for baking.
Doesnt this recepie need any baking powder???
I think it doesnt, since I haven’t mentioned it in the recipe. I’m in Kerala now and the recipe book which I got the recipe from is in Bahrain, so I cant recheck it :((
I have been following your blog and have been enjoying it immensely i would like to know if you have the recipe for Egg Masala or some nice smelling egg curry. Thanks a ton.
Thank you very much! Good to know that you follow this space :)
I’ve posted a number of egg recipes before. Please check out the following link:
Does the sugar have to be powdered?
can i subsitute cooking chocolate with cocoa powder,.if so how much,..
I havent tried making this brownies with cocoa powder, so am not sure about it. However I think the consistency of the brownie might change if you use cocoa powder instead of the chocolate.
Hi maria… I d like to know which chocolate wud be ideal for this recipe. I reside in bangalore.. so kindly mention which brand suits best for this recipe…
I am not familiar with the brands in Bangalore :( You can use any brand of baking/cooking chocolate for this recipe. I think baking/cooking chocolate should be available in all super markets.
Hope you will like this brownie.
Happy baking :)
Happy New year Maria! i never tried fudge..but this pic and recipe tempting me to give a try …thx for sharing this !
Happy new year to you too. Brownie looks yum !
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