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For 1 kg 400 g, you will need:


PreparationCookingStart to finish
19 min.15 min.34 min.

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1Preheat the oven to 180°C (360°F).

Toast 200 g pecan nuts: spread them out on a baking sheet and put in the oven for 5 minutes.

Set aside, and leave the oven on.
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2Put 300 g dark chocolate et 300 g butter into a bowl.Brownies : etape 25
3Melt over a bain-marieor in the microwave on low power.

Set aside.
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4Put 200 g egg and 240 g brown sugar into a bowl and mix well.Brownies : etape 25
5Add the egg and sugar mixture to the chocolate.

Beat together by hand until thoroughly mixed.
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6Add 200 g flour, then the toasted pecan nuts.Brownies : etape 25
7Sit an 8-inch (20 cm) square tin, mould or ring on a sheet of cooking parchment, laid on a baking sheet.Brownies : etape 25
8Pour in the mixture.Brownies : etape 25
9Bake for 20-30 minutes, checking the cooking frequently. Brownies should stay soft, so it is important not to overcook.Brownies : etape 25
10Turn out when cold and cut in portions, if you wish.Brownies : etape 25
11You can serve brownies with real custard (crème anglaise) a little whipped cream, a scoop of vanilla ice cream or something more adventurous, like fresh mint ice-cream.Brownies : etape 25


If you don't have pecan nuts, walnuts will work just fine.
For an extra-delicious brownie, you can caramelize the pecan nuts (Jeremy's idea).
For a brownie with a more 'cereal' texture, add 50g rolled oats to the mixture. If possible, toast these like the nuts.
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