Friday, April 27, 2007

Pecan Brownies




Ingredients:

300 gm. butter
180 gm. brown sugar
75 gm. cocoa powder
1/4 tsp. salt
2 nos. eggs
70 gm. cake flour

50 gm. Pecans for topping

Method:

(1) Put butter, brown sugar, cocoa powder and salt into a saucepan and cook till melted. Put aside to cool slightly.
(2) Lightly whisk eggs with hand whisk and mix into the butter mixture. Still till smooth.
(3) Fold in flour gently and then pour into an 8" square in.
(4) Arrange pecans on top and bake at 170C for about 35 to 40 mins. or till cooked.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi aunty yochana

can share the recipe?? thanx =P

Hugssssss
Wingigi

tweetybird said...

i'm lao nua-ing =)oooooo

as always, very beautiful and tempting bakes.. never fail to cheer me up =)

Anonymous said...

hi aunty yochana,

forgive me my ignorance, but may I know what "gm" stands for in your recipes? I apologize but I'm north american and therefore never saw that unit of mesure in my recipes books.

regards
Keysia

Anonymous said...

this looks absolutely devine! Bet i'd be scrumptious with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream. I'd really like to try it. please may I also request you share the recipe?
thank you!
Sasha

yochana said...

Hi Keysia,

gm. means in gram in metric system and it's also equivalent to miligram.

rgds

Cranberry said...

wow Lucy, nice brownies u have made.. looks really good.

ioyces said...

yum!! thanks Aunty Yochana for sharing the recipe...i'm going to try it tonight...hehe...

karlsfoodie said...

thanx lucy
i want to try making this tomorrow

hugz

Ellena Mummy said...

Hi Anuty Yochana, can i check with u.. is this brownies towards the moist type of dry type... thanks.. cos i thought of making this too... as my dear son prefer the moist type de... :)

yochana said...

Ellena,

Not too moist and not too dry...can't really remember the taste.

rgds

Anonymous said...

aunty, may i ask, how do you make brownies the chewy type? hehe thanks!

Love,
jo

Anonymous said...

Hi,

How do i moderate the recipe towards a chewy and not so cakey brownie type of texture? Thank you.

rheag said...

hi aunty,

i am a newbie baker and i must say that i am learning a lot from your site. thanks for sharing all your yummy recipes.

rheag