What is the recipe for brownies?
- 4 squares chocolate (1 oz.)
- 3/4 cup butter or margarine
- 2 cups caster sugar
- 3 eggs
- 1 tsp. vanilla extract
- 1 cup all-purpose flour
Melt butter and chocolate seperately and then mix with other ingrediants. Bake at 350 degrees for 1/2 hour
That could be a British recipe (if I trust their taste for after-eights) bestowed with a French-sounding name, but this is definitively not a French traditional Christmas recipe, and not even a traditional French recipe (in mainland France at least). Brownies do not rank high in the French desserts list, and mint is scarcely used. There isn't even a French name for that type of mint brownies.
Yes. Just type in "microwave brownies recipe" in your search on the web and you will get several results. Here are a few I came across: http://kidscooking.about.com/od/desserts/r/microwavebrowni.htm http://www.cooks.com/rec/view/0,1729,150164-227203,00.html http://www.recipezaar.com/Microwave-Brownies-in-5-Minutes-83862 http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/george-duran/microwave-brownies-recipe/index.html
A good easy recipe to make is peanut-butter chocolate brownies, that is if you only like peanut-butter!! You will need: 4 tablespoons of peanut-butter A boxed brownie mix Make the brownies as it says on the box and then just add 4 scoops of peanut-butter! I made this recipe up myself...I hope you enjoy it!
I love making brownies from scratch and it probably only takes about 5 minutes longer than using a box. I recently found a homemade recipe for brownies that is chewy, chocolatey, and delicious! Plus, it is low in fat and calories, so you can enjoy them without any of the guilt! Check out the recipe at my blog at http://buzz.prevention.com/community/dina-o/decadent-%e2%80%93-and-guilt-free-%e2%80%93-brownies
If you find that your brownies are getting hard around the edges before they get done in the middle, then you are probably baking your brownies at too high of a temperature. Try lowering your oven about 25 degrees. (If your recipe calls for 375, lower it to 350.) You may have to add a little to the baking time, but the lower temperature will help your brownies to bake more thoroughly and evenly.
A recipe for biscuits or cookies can be more easily halved, doubled etc. than for a cake because the dough is divided into individual cookies so the baking time remains the same. A recipe for 120 brownies, adapted by using roughly to a quarter of all quantities of ingredients will yield about 30 cookies (1/4 of 120).The actual size of cookies made will affect the number as well.
I remember Quiche Lorraine (invented long before 1600) becoming very popular suddenly around the mid 1970s, and just about anything you could put zucchini into. One particular horror I found was shredded zucchini in brownies (not magic brownies, nor greenies) but the actual recipe called for a cup of shredded zucchini to replace some of the egg and butter.
Pot brownies are not made with the stems of the plant and should be made with a ingredient called cannabutter which is typically made from 25g of cannabis to 500g of butter. You can find a recipe for cannabutter at: http://cannabiscookbook.blogspot.com/search?updated-min=2008-01-01T00%3A00%3A00Z&updated-max=2009-01-01T00%3A00%3A00Z&max-results=18 Once you have made the cannabutter you can then make pot brownies which typically use 100g of cannabutter. The same blog has a great recipe for those also.
Yes: THC is fat-soluble, so cooking it in any fat - including oil - will work. Butter is more typically used, and is likely tastier for sweet foods; oils would be better for more savory foods. You can find a recipe for cannaboil on the following website: http://cannabiscookbook.blogspot.com/2008/09/basic-cannaboil.html They also have a recipe for cannamilk which can also be used in pot brownies.