Recipe: American Chocolate Brownies with Pecan Nuts!

Another traditional american recipe. This recipe is from my mother-in-law, a recipe from Kentucky (this recipe has one alteration based on our taste), although brownies were created in Chicago. Brownies are flat, it almost tastes like a chocolate fudge, except this is lighter. A piece of browny should melt in your mouth, it is better to eat little pieces than a big piece. A very easy, quick chocolate pastry you can make at home, beloved by children and adults.
Good for a sunday afternoon with some ice cream and a cup of coffee. Have a good sunday!
(Make certain that nobody has nuts allergies)

2 eggs
1 cup white sugar (220g)
1 tsp. vanilla (1 Teelöffel) (1 cuillère à café) (1 cucharita) (小スプーン1杯)
½ tsp. salt
½ cup butter (125g, die hälfte von 1 Pak. Butter) (125g)
¾ cup flour (110g)
½ cup cocoa, dark (72g)
½ cup chopped Pecans (60g Pekannuss) (60g Pecanier) (60g nuez pecana) (60g ペカン)


1. beat egg, sugar, vanilla, salt and make it creamy.
2. add melted butter, watch out that your eggs do not cook, mix, mix.
3. add flour and cocoa, mix, mix.
4. add pecans then bake it for 20 minutes at 170C/340F

Watch out you do not cook the eggs with the melted butter
at the end you add the pecan nuts
ready to be baked!
melt any type of chocolate you have, in a big bowl of boiling water for frosting

Chocolate Frosting
I used all the chocolates that I had, put in a bowl over another bowl with boiling water and melted.

Preparation time: 15 minutes
Baking time: 20 minutes.
Tip: You can serve with ice cream, whipped cream,  cut in little cubes and make a little gift in a napkin (Papier Serviette) (Serviette à papier) (servilleta de papel) (紙ナプキン) and you can tie up with a color ribbon.

Have fun with the brownies, it is Delicioso y Divertido!


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