2.27.2012

Dry Baked Brownies

Hello there…
I’m back…Yaaiiiyyy!! I have been very busy few weeks ago to prepared commemorating the day of my mom was pass away, major busy actually because I prepare everything by myself.  But this year I’m pretty lucky, some of my out of town families, stay overnight at my house and they helped me to tidy up my furniture back at their places after the praying ceremony was over and in the morning surprisingly before I woke up, they already cleaning up the house and make their morning coffee and tea by their self!  How I’m so relieved that day, because I don’t have to in a hurry to prepare morning snack for the guests, because at 8 a.m. we have to go to mom’s cemetery. 

Speaking about snack I’m sure most of you my lovely blog readers :) would like, love and couldn’t resist the delights charm of BROWNIES, yaess… 

Some of you would prefer dry and a little bit bitter brownies, and others would prefer soggy and sweet brownies. For me I love any kind of brownies. I have trying some brownies recipe with many different taste cheese, vanilla, cappuccino and forth. 

According to me the basic brownies with much of chocolate taste whether little bit bitter or sweet are the best. I have two favorite brownies recipe, the dry one and the soggy one. Today I will share the dry one brownies recipe, this is different from brownies bar or cookies, in case you will imagine that this is brownies cookies or bars, this brownies texture is much dry then the soggy one but not too dry like the cookies or bars.

 
What you need:
150g margarine
300g sugar
150g eggs
120g cocoa powder
105g all-purpose flour
8g baking powder
10g vanilla extract
100g sliced almond

Preheat oven 200°c
Shift flour, cocoa powder, and baking powder
With mixer, mix margarine and sugar until light and creamy
Add vanilla extract and egg one at a time
Add flour and cocoa mixture, mix until combine
Pour the batter to 8 inch square pan which already coated with margarine
 sprinkle with sliced almond, bake for 20 minute. 

PS.  I made that Brownies on the pic, when my friend asking me to made brownies for asking apologize to her fiance, now they are married and waiting their baby to come into the world :)

12 comments:

Katherine Martinelli said...

Sounds like you have had a busy (and no doubt emotional) week indeed. These brownies are enough to cheer anyone up!

Gourmantine said...

That's one nice looking brownie, I firmly believe it's good to stick to sweets in busy and difficult times!

Judit-Corina @WineDineDaily said...

This is the sweetest "I'm Sorry" brownie cake story!!!
Cheers:)
J & C

Pegasuslegend said...

Beautifully made!

Mother Rimmy said...

Truly a delicious brownie and such a wonderful treat. How lucky your are to have such wonder family, and they are lucky to have you! :)

Baker Street said...

These sound perfect Tya!

Kristina said...

haha these are adorable! I love any kind of brownie too, actually make that chocolate anything! These look great :)

The Saucy Gourmet said...

Tya, these brownies sound wonderful. It is always great to apologize with chocolate.

The Smart Cookie Cook said...

That's so cute that you made this for your friend! They look just adorable (and delicious).

Choc Chip Uru said...

These look so delicious and decadent :D
How could anyone stay mad when chocolate arrives ;)

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru
Latest: Maple Raisin Ice Cream

Cucina49 said...

That is so much fun! I think the perfect brownie is slightly chewy but moist--it looks like you've perfected them here.

Beth Michelle said...

Nothing says Im sorry like chocolate or brownies!!! These are so pretty and sound delicious!

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