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This yummy and super-rich chocolate brownie recipe has been adapted from a recipe by Maggie Beer, a revered Australian chef and author of many cookbooks. If Sangiovese Verjuice is not available use any Verjuice; and you could use glacé cumquat, ginger - or whatever glacé fruit you like instead of the pear - and you could use a mixture of fruit and nuts. I'd recommend macadamia nuts. Some conversions: 300g = approximately 91/2 ounces; 250g = 8 ounces; 60g = 2 ounces; 40g = 11/3 ounces. For the BEST results, do use top quality chocolate, such as Lindt 70% cocoa. Recently, I tried some German chocolate that was 85% cocoa... that was probably too rich and too bitter for most tastes, so rich in fact that you'd find that much as they enjoyed it people wouldn't be coming back for a second and third brownie - so your brownies would last longer!
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (154 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6