Friday, August 26, 2011

Walnut brownies

 Hmm... More chocolate coming on your way to dazzle you. Followed by Hazelnut chocolate fudge  here comes walnut brownies.

Nearly, after 9 months I baked this mouth watering walnut brownies. Remember long long ago, I tried a walnut brownie with chocolate fudge recipe and those brownies turned to brownie walnut balls. To read more about that scrumptious walnut brownie balls, click here.

I tried some new ingredients to substitute eggs. Though it is an experimental recipe, the outcome was perfect. The brownies were soft, moist and delicious.

Ingredients :

1 cup -- All purpose flour
1/2 cup -- Cocoa powder
3/4 to 1 cup  -- Granulated sugar**
1/2 tsp -- Baking powder
1/2 tsp -- Baking Soda
1/2 cup -- Walnuts
5 tbsp -- Butter
1/4 cup -- Condensed milk  (optional)**
1/2 cup -- milk
1/4 cup -- Paneer
1/4 cup -- Banana smashed
2 tsp -- Espresso coffee

Method :
--- Preheat the oven to 350 F
--- Grease a 8" square pan and with wax paper. I strongly recommend to use a wax paper, but as I did not have wax paper in stock when I tried this recipe , I ended with brownie walnut ball.
--- Grind the paneer cubes to a fine powder.
--- Mix the paneer to the sugar, smashed banana, espresso coffee  and milk. If using condensed milk, mix it also with paneer banana mixture.
** I had some left over condensed milk in the refrigerator, so I added the same.
** Brown sugar would have been wonderful, but i had to make do with granulated sugar. If not using condensed milk, adjust the sugar accordingly.
--- Melt the butter in a pan and mix the cocoa powder.
--- To the cocoa mixture add the banana paneer mixture.
--- Shift the all the rest of the dry ingredients. All purpose flour, baking powder and baking soda.
--- Mix the dry ingredients with the wet ingredients.
--- Last but not least, add the walnuts to the batter and mix well.
--- Pour the batter on to the pan and bake it to 25 to 30 minutes until a tooth pick inserted comes out clean.

Enjoy the brownies with whipped cream or serve hot with cool vanilla Ice cream and chocolate fudge topping.


  1. Looks sinfully delicious! I love to try out brownies, this is the second recipe i am bookmarking,the first one being home made toffees :) wow for the fact that it has no egg too!

  2. supera irukku.. eppo ennaku kodupinga... or send me one piece.

  3. Wow perfect texture and looks so rich , yummy brownies


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