Brownie

Legend says that once upon a time a headless cook forgot to add baking-powder into the chocolate cake. And that is how brownie was born in the XIX. century. They are most popular in America and they are often served with vanilla flavoured ice cream or whipped cream.

My recipe is from a Hungarian presenter, Judit Stahl who also has books about cooking. (Click here for her website!)

Ingredients:
– 10 dkg plain chocolate
– 10 dkg flour
– 10 dkg sugar
– 2 dkg cocoa powder (that does not contain added sugar!)
– 0,5 teaspoon of baking powder
– 2 teaspoon of Nescafe
– 2 eggs
– 1 dl oil
– a handful of walnut
– 1 teaspoon of butter

What to do next?
Prepare your oven for 175 degrees and grab a cake/pie form and cover it with butter. Then cut all the chocolate and the walnuts into small pieces. Mit the chocolate, the flour, the sugar, the cocoa and the baking powder into a bowl. Grab an other bowl and mix the oil, the the eggs and the Nescafe in it. After mixing the two bowls, pour the whole thing into the cake form and bake it for 18-20 minutes.

Bon appétit!

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