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Chocolate Chunk Bownies Recipe

Chocolate Chunk Brownies Recipe

mdi_userRishita Thalluri
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Author :Rishita Thalluri
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Published : 1673308800000

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Difficulty:pro

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Serves:4

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Time:60 mins

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Contains egg: Yes

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  • ¾ cup Melted Butter
  • 3 nos Egg
  • ½ tsp Vanilla Extract
  • ½ cup Brown Sugar
  • 1 cup Refined Flour
  • 5 tbsp Cadbury Cocoa Powder
  • 1 nos Cadbury Dairy Milk
  • 1¼ cups Castor Sugar

Directions

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In a bowl, cream melted butter with castor sugar until light and fluffy.

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Add in brown sugar and cream again until everything is mixed well.

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Add egg in batches of 1 no at a time whisking continuously. Add in vanilla extract and mix.

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Now add refined flour and Cadbury Cocoa Powder. Mix well.

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Add in roughly chopped Cadbury Dairy Milk into the batter and fold in gently.

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Transfer the batter in a greased baking tray and spread evenly.

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Arrange Cadbury Dairy Milk pieces on top and bake at 180 degrees for 25 - 30 minutes.

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Once cooled, cut into squares and serve.

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FAQs

What's the difference between chocolate brownies and cocoa brownies? down-arrow

The main difference between chocolate brownies and cocoa brownies comes in the use of ingredients. Chocolate brownies use unsweetened or bittersweet chocolate that’s melted with butter which results in a fudgier chewier texture. On the other hand cocoa brownies use cocoa powder and oil for fat, which results in a softer, cake-like texture and a richer, more pronounced chocolate flavour. The usage depends on personal preference for taste and texture.

Is chocolate chunk brownie a snack or dessert? down-arrow

Chocolate chunk brownies can be enjoyed both as a snack and a dessert. You can eat it as a snack for anytime cravings, enjoy it between meals, or serve it as a delicious after-meal dessert to conclude the meal on a sweet node.

What are the three types of brownies? down-arrow

Brownies are identified by three main texture categories: cakey, fudgy and chewy. Cakey brownies, as the name says, have a cake-like spongy texture that is light, moist and airy. Fudgy brownies resemble the texture of fudge that is moist, gooey and dense. Chewy brownies are dense like fudgy brownies with a bite to them that feels elastic when you chew.

Which country invented chocolate brownies? down-arrow

Chocolate brownies originated in the United States and it dates back to the 19th century. The story goes that back in the late 1800s, Bertha Palmer, a well-known socialite in Chicago, asked the chef at the Palmer House Hotel to whip up a special dessert for ladies attending the Chicago World's Fair in 1893. She wanted something that was easier to eat than a traditional cake but still delicious. The result was the first-ever brownie, which turned out to be a huge hit. So, you can thank Chicago for inventing this amazing treat!

Why do brownies need eggs? down-arrow

Eggs play an important role in giving brownies their iconic texture and structure. Eggs work as the binding agent that helps hold the ingredients together, which gives brownies structure and ensures they won't fall apart when cutting. Eggs also add moisture to the batter making it soft and fudgy, leavens the brownie batter to give it a volume, and adds richness to the overall flavour. It is also possible to use substitutes for eggs like vinegar and baking soda, silken tofu and flaxseed meal if you are a vegetarian.

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