The very first time I made these brownies was about six months ago for my mom’s 50th birthday. The recipe is originally Nigella’s and they are absolutely delicious! This is probably my favorite brownie recipe ever, and whenever I ask my family what I should bake, they always tell me to make these. I feel like they would be amazing without the white chocolate too, but I would never leave it out;) If you’re feeling adventurous you could try putting in some smarties or even dark chocolate chunks if you’re a lover of very chocolaty things. I have to say these are very sweet so for my mom’s birthday for example, I cut the brownies into tiny pieces so that guests were able to eat something else too without feeling too full.
To make these lovely brownies you will need:
200 g butter
200 g dark chocolate
2 dl sugar
1 tsp vanillin
2 dl flour
130 g white chocolate
Melt the butter and the dark chocolate together. Make sure not to burn it. Mix together sugar and eggs until it looks fluffy. Let the chocolate and butter mixture cool for a bit before you add it into the eggs. Cut the white chocolate into big chunks. You can obviously have smaller chunks too, but I prefer them bigger! Now add flour and the white chocolate chunks into the mixture. Pour the brownie mixture into a greased pan and cook it in a 170 °C oven for about 25 minutes.
My best tip with wanting to have chewy baked goods is to notwatch the time, but to check on whatever you’re baking. Stick a toothpick in it every once in a while until it looks the way you want it. Every oven is different so if you bake these brownies for 25 minutes you might get something that’s as dry as bread unless your oven is like mine!