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Fudge Brownies with Walnuts and White Chocolate

In Chocolate, Desserts on September 14, 2008 at 6:34 pm

This brownies recipe is one of the best that I`ve ever made, the greatest thing about it is that you can play with it and add or omit whatever you like, and still get a great brownie. To my opinion, you can reduce the sugar, and use only one cup (that is, if you are using white chocolate, that adds a lot of sweetness). You can also add chocolate chips, pecans, a bit of alcohol (Irish cream, Frangelico…) or whatever you have at home.

If you wish that your brownies will have a clean look, and that applies especially to the fudgey ones, make sure to freeze the brownies after you bake them, and them cut them with a very sharp knife. Even if you are tight in time, never cut brownies while still hot, or you will get a crumbly mess.

fudge brownies with walnuts and white chocolate/ epicurious.com, with slight changes (makes about two dozen)

200 gr. bittersweet chocolate, chopped

170 gr. (3/4 cup) butter

1 1/2 cups sugar

4 large eggs

2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 cup all purpose flour
1 cup chopped walnuts
1/2 cup white chocolate, coarsely chopped

Preheat oven to 175 degrees C. Line 23x23x5-cm. metal baking pan parchment paper.

Stir bittersweet chocolate, butter in medium saucepan over low heat until smooth or melt in the microwave. Whisk sugar, eggs, vanilla, and salt in large bowl until fluffy. Stir in melted chocolate mixture. Mix in flour, then nuts and white chocolate; spread in pan. Bake until tester inserted into center comes out with moist crumbs attached, about 25-35 minutes.

Chill for about 2 hours, covered (or 1 hour in the freezer), then cut into servings. Serve cold or at room temperature. keep in an airtight container.

Naama

 

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  1. Mmmmm. Yumm! Those chocolate brownies look so mouth watering. I like the versatility that you say the recipe leans toward. I prefer my fudge without the nuts, so it’s good to know I can leave them out without drama.

    I know my site visitors would enjoy this recipe, too. If you feel generous and would like to share it or any of your other chocolate candy recipes, you can use the simple form on my chocolate fudge page.

    You are likely to get some more visiting chocolate lovers as a result. ;-)

  2. These look gorgeous – how many eggs are required??

  3. Cocolate candy lover: Thank you very much!

    Nicky: I`m sorry about that, I`ve updated the recipe. Thanks for your notice! :)

  4. This brownie is absolutely tempting!

    As a chocolate lover this sounds like madness…
    yummi!

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  6. I made these, and altered it just a bit, I used 100g dark chocolate and 100g milk chocolate. I also added some cocoa powder when I added the flour. Just about 1/4 cup because I had it and wasnt enough to use for anything else. Then I topped them with a white chocolate frosting I made… decorated the frosting with some milk chocolate hearts.

    This recipe is killer awesome! Thanks so much!

  7. My mouth is already watering! What a great combination of ingredients!

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