PECAN CHOCOLATE BROWNIES


This is a rich brownie recipe, with a pecan layer .Moist and incredibly tasty with a dominant crunch of pecans is surely

a treat for any occasion.

Pecans could be substituted for walnuts, or any nuts of your choice.

In this recipe the brownie layer is baked for 15 minutes, and then the pecan layer is poured on the partially baked

brownie, and baked again for another 12-15 minutes.

I baked it the previous day and served the following day for the flavours to set in.For the chocolate you could use a

mixture of dark and milk chocolate.The sugar for the brownie can be muscovado or brown.

Now to the recipe….

INGREDIENTS (For brownie base)

100 gm butter

100 gm dark chocolate

100 gm milk chocolate

75 -90 gm brown sugar (Demerara sugar)

100 gm flour

1 tsp vanilla essence or 2-3 tbsp rum

1/2 tsp baking powder

2 eggs

a pinch of salt (if you are using unsalted butter )

METHOD

Melt the chocolate and butter in a double boiler .Once you see the butter melted remove the bowl from the heat and

mix the butter and chocolate well till creamy and set aside.

Beat the eggs and sugar together till slightly foamy.

Add in the chocolate mixture gradually into the sugar mixture and keep beating lightly for 5 minutes.

Fold in the flour,baking powder and essence .

Pour into a greased tray and bake in a 180C oven for 12-15 minutes.

Remove from oven and add the pecan layer.

Return to oven and bake for another 15 minutes.

Allow to cool completely and then cut into squares.

For the Pecan Layer

2 eggs

1 cup pecans

1/4 cup sugar

1/2 cup golden syrup

1 tbsp fresh cream

1 tbsp flour

1 tsp vanilla essence/rum

Beat eggs, mix in the rest of the ingredients and pour over the baked brownie layer.

Allow to cool completely and cut into squares.

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