There is an easy chocolate brownie recipe with cocoa powder you might want to try. With the recipe we are about to give in this article, you will be able to make a delicious brownie, just like the Duncan Hines Dark Chocolate Fudge Brownie Mix, or just about the tastiest chocolate brownie you will ever taste.
Chocolate brownies have a rich taste and texture. It has a balanced texture between the crunch outside and fudgy inside. As for the taste, you just have to be precise about the amount of each ingredient. That’s why Tulip Chocolate will share with you how to make brownies from scratch using cocoa powder and you can try to sell it for another side income.
How to Make Chocolate Brownie With Cocoa Powder
Before we go into the baking process, you need to prepare some ingredients below:
80 g Tulip Burgundy cocoa Powder
65 g all-purpose flour
250 g granulated sugar
145 g unsalted butter (room temperature)
1 tsp vanilla extract
¼ tsp sea salt
2 large eggs
75 g chopped walnuts, this is optional
After the ingredients are prepared, you can preheat the oven to 325°F/162°C. Then, let’s make the brownie batter with this tutorial:
Boil water in a medium saucepan 2,5 to 5 cm deep, and set aside.
Prepare a medium-size bowl, then add unsalted butter, granulated sugar, Tulip Burgundy Powder, and sea salt. Mix it well on top of the saucepan with the warm water, stirring until the butter melted, and then set aside for a few minutes.
Add the vanilla extract, and mix until well combined.
Add the eggs one at a time into the batter, and mix it well after each addition.
After everything is well combined, add the all-purpose flour and beat the mixture with a spatula. Make sure that the batter is well mixed.
Prepare a baking tray and cover it with parchment paper. Pour the batter into the baking tray.
Add some toppings as you wish. Chocolate chips, almond slices, and grated cheddar cheese are great options.
Bake the chocolate brownie in the preheated oven for about 20 to 25 minutes. Use a toothpick to check whether the chocolate brownie is baked. If it sticks to the toothpick, you need to put it back in the oven for another couple of minutes.
Take out the chocolate brownie from the oven.
Serving Your Chocolate Brownies
Now that your brownie is out of the oven, you're free to serve it however you like. This is the chance to let your creativity shine. Feel free to experiment with the presentation of these brownies.
In general, you have two options. First, you can serve your brownies warm, straight out of the oven. Or, you can let it chill at room temperature and serve it cold. Either way, these are the best brownies you'll ever have!
Here are some serving tips for these brownies:
1. Serving it warm
As mentioned earlier, you can serve your brownies warm as soon as they come out of the oven. In fact, most people love serving their brownies warm or at room temperature since cold brownies can be tough to chew. Warm brownies tend to have a fudgy and soft texture that melts in your mouth.
The best topping for warm brownies is vanilla ice cream. Its cool and light vanilla taste will give a nice contrast to your rich, fudgy brownies. You can also serve your warm brownies with some strawberry jam to add some tang to the dessert. Lastly, you can also serve it with some melted chocolate ganache for a classy and decadent flavor.
2. Serving it cool
Serving brownies cool can be a bit tricky sometimes since cold brownies tend to be tougher to chew. The trick here is to not let your brownies become too cold upon serving. so, avoid storing it in the fridge right before serving. It's best to just let it chill at room temperature. That way, your brownies can still retain their soft texture.
If you're serving your brownies cool, try topping them with a dollop of whipped cream. The lightness of the cream will complement the soft and chewy texture of your brownies. You can also serve them with some warm ganache to make the dessert even more delectable.
Find Other Chocolate Material in Tulip’s Products
That’s all the information we can give about making chocolate brownies with cocoa powder. We hope this article can help you bake the most delicious brownie ever!
As an alternative, you can substitute the cocoa powder with Tulip Cioccolato. Tulip Cioccolato is a drink powder, but you can also use it for the chocolate brownie recipe. Unlike regular cocoa powder, Tulip Cioccolato already contains powdered sugar and milk. So, using it in your brownie mixture can help you save time.
Another additional piece of information, as a cake and bakery shop owner, you might need other chocolate products for your menu. Just visit our website and you will find many chocolate products from dark chocolate compound, dark chocolate couverture, chocolate fillings, to chocolate for decorating. Contact us if you need some of the materials in a large amount and we are ready to serve you anytime needed.
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