Brownie mania

This recipe was due a while ago but the truth is, the brownie recipe needs to be perfect before you tell other people. And I’ve given a try to several different recipes over the past few weeks. After a considerable number of false brownie techniques, I finally stumbled on the one that cannot be simply ignored!

A chocolatey bite, moist and soft is what we all need at times when we feel low or for when the mausam is one of those oh, so rainy days. Rainy weather calls for pakoras too btw, but when you’re short on potatoes? Brownies can help you fight the gloomy feels.

The recipe is set on the simple cake-like ingredients but what matters here is that brownies rise a lot lesser than how a cake does. Apart from that, the method is obviously going to be different as well because of brownies my child, are not cakes. Read below and get yourself a delicious brownie batch ready in about 30 to 40 mins!

Read more: The simple cake


  • Vegetable oil – 1/2 cup

  • Sugar – 1 cup

  • Baking Powder – 1/4 teaspoon 

  • Cocoa powder – 1/3 cups

  • Flour – 1/2 cup 

  • Salt – 1/4 teaspoons 

  • Eggs – 2

  • Vanilla – 1 teaspoon 


  • As first step, mix the oil and the sugar together in a large bowl. 
  • Add in the eggs and vanilla and stir until a mixture is formed.
  • Take a separate bowl and mix all the dry ingredients in it. 
  • Once done, beat the dry ingredients into the oil mixture already made. The look of the mixture should be slightly thick and not very runny either. 
  • Take a 9″ pan and grease it well so that the brownies do not stick to the base.
  • Bake for about 20 mins only or just until the sides have started to pull away from the pan. 

*Let the brownies cool down before you cut them into your desired sizes. If you cut the brownies when hot, they will start to fall apart. 


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