Oct 18, 2013

Yummy Coffee Coco Brownie (Eggless)

Brownies are always the favorite bakery item apart from the cupcakes and the regular ones. This time during the Golu season i happen to make a dark coffee brownie for those who were bored from the regular sundal. 

  •  1 Cup    - Maida / Refined flour
  •  1/2 Cup - Buttermilk / (Boiled milk with 1 tbs Vinegar)
  •  1/4 Cup - Coco powder
  •  1/2 tbs   - Instant coffee powder
  •  3/4 Cup  - Powdered sugar
  •  1/4 Cup  - Melted butter
  •  20 gms   - Walnuts / Almonds
  •  1 tbs       - Baking powder
  •  A pinch of salt

Method / Vidhiee:
1. Pre- heat the owen at 180 degree centigrade.
2. In a bowl sieve the maida, baking powder, coco powder, coffee powder, salt, powdered sugar.
3. Mix them well.
4. Meanwhile, melt the butter and keep it in room temperature.
5. Add the buttermilk to the butter and beat them well. If, you are using milk then add in the vinegar and beat the milk well before hand.
6. Slowly pour in the buttermilk mixture over the dry ingredients and mix gently in one direction.
7. Break the walnuts into pieces or semi grind them and add half of them into the batter.
8. In a baking tray add in some butter and grease it well.
9. Pour the batter into it and on top add the remaining Walnuts.
10. Bake the mixture for approximately 25-30 minutes.
11. Check with a thin needle or a toothpick whether they are done. Immerse the toothpick into the brownie if it comes out clean without any batter over it then it means its done.
12. Keep the brownie till it gets cool down.
13. Decorate with the powdered sugar.

Cut into big pieces and serve with tea, ice cream or fruit salads.

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