If you're looking for a brownie recipe that is crispy on top but juicy and soft inside, you're in the right place. The taste of melted chocolate chips can get you addicted to its heavenly taste.
Combine butter and sugar in a deep bowl. Put it on top of some boiling water and wait for the butter to melt.
Mix the melting butter with sugar. Stir until the sugar melts too.
Before adding the eggs to the bowl, make sure the butter is not too hot to cook your eggs!
While you're mixing the eggs add vanilla. Stir them till it's all even.
To make sure all sugar is dissolved, squeeze some of the liquid between your fingers and make sure you don't feel any sugar grains. If you do, you have to whisk well until they all disappear.
Sift in flour, cocoa powder, baking powder, and salt on the wet ingredients.
Mix all the ingredients until everything is evenly mixed.
Chop the chocolate bar or use some chocolate chips instead.
Put some parchment paper in your baking dish (30*20 cm). Pour batter inside the dish and put the chocolate chips on top of the batter. Then put it in the oven (180°C or 350°F) bake it for about 20 to 25 minutes.
Its up to you how much you want to bake your brownie. If you enjoy its soft texture you can take your brownie out of the oven sooner but if you like it more crispy then you have to wait a little longer, about 30 to 35 minutes.
Let your brownie cool a bit then remove the paper and cut it.
Don't forget if you want to enjoy the taste of melted chocolates you have to eat your brownie warm.
Tips and tricks
- It's so important that you solve the sugar in butter and eggs perfectly. You can use powdered sugar to make sure they solve into your ingredients.
- Chocolate chips are optional and you can remove them from the recipe if you wish.
- You can take the brownie out of the oven sooner to have softer texture or if you want it more crispy let it be in the oven for 5 to 10 more minutes. Mine was in the oven for 20 minutes.
- The chocolates harden when they are cold. If you want to enjoy the melted chocolates make sure to warm your brownie before eating it.
Background & History
By the way, did you know the first brownies were made in the united states? But of course, everyone around the world is in love with them now. There are lots of recipes out there for brownies. Some use melted chocolate chips, and the others use cocoa powder. Our recipe is a combination of both.