Lindt Chocolate Brownies Recipe – Naseema Salejee

Written by on September 14, 2012 in Easy Recipes

Lindt Brownies Recipe and picture sent to us by recipe sent Naseema Salejee

Ingredients

1/2cup slivered almonds or macadamia nuts(chopped)

200 g butter

1-2 lindt milk choc slab

3/4 cup brown sugar

1/2 cup self-raising flour

1/4 cup plain flour

1/4 cup cocoa powder

3 eggs

icing sugar to dust

 

Method:

1. Preheat oven to 180 C. Grease tin and line with non-stick baking paper.

2.Place butter and 3/4 choc into a heatproof bowl and sit over saucepan of simmering water. Stir mixture occasionally until melted and smooth. Remove from pan and cool slightly. Chop remaining choc into small pieces.

3. Beat eggs and sugar in large mixing bowl for 3 mins until light and foamy. Add chocolate mixture and beat briefly to combine. Sift flours and cocoa powder over bowl, fold in. Then fold in chopped choc and toasted almonds.

4.Pour brownie mixture into prepared tin and bake for 30 mins. Cool in pan.

5.Cut into small squares. Dust wit icing sugar. Serve wit ice cream!

Sauce:

1cup milk

100g milk choc or dark choc

30g butter

1/4 cup sugar

11/2 tbl cocoa

11/2 tbl maizena

Boil together then add maizena mixed with water n let thicken then pour over brownies.  it’s perfect flop proof just added my variation in this, I used half pecans and half almonds and to decorate I used my fav gold dust n almond flakes!

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  1. farina says:

    Pls tell me how much is 1-2 lindt choco slab? How many gms? And can I use some other slab as we don’t get lindt slab here? Thank you.

  2. sundrops says:

    Salaam

    Was wondering the same thing. Maybe 100g to 200g according to tast and budget?

    You can get the slab from Woollies, Checkers or Clicks, if there’s one in the area that stocks it.

    Else take a good quality dark chocolate slab, or normal Cadbury’s/Beacon/Nestle plain choc with an extra dash of cocoa powder.

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