Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Kahlua and pistachios brownie



Chocolate + pistachios + coffee + liqueur = Pure bliss....This is what these brownies are....

I am a impulsive shopper and have to buy things NOW...During one of those impulsive shopping spree in a liqueur store, I got this bottle of Kahlua and explained my husband that I am stuck with a lot of recipes because I don't have this liqueur....I told him I could have made so many recipes only if I had this...And such a darling he is, surprised me with another bottle....And let me tell you , it's been ONLY 6 months, since I bought this...So today guilt hit me and the bottle was dusted and opened....And what resulted was these dense, moist, chewy brownies with a crunch from the roasted Pistachios...Do give this recipe a try...It's delicious...



All you need is ( adapted from http://amybites.com )

  • Pistachios-1\4 cup
  • Unsweetened dark chocolate-50 gms
  • Unsalted butter-75 gms
  • Sugar-3\4 cup
  • Eggs-2
  • Vanilla extract-1\2 tsp
  • Kahlua-1\4 cup (  you can substitute it with strong black coffee )
  • All purpose flour-1\2 cup and 2 tbsp
  • Baking powder-1\2 tsp
  • Salt-1\2 tsp




Method of preparation

Pre heat the oven to 350 degrees
Grease and line a 8 x 8 inch pan
Sift flour, baking powder and salt in a bowl
When the oven is hot toast the pistachios for 15 minutes and chop into small pieces
Melt chocolate and butter in a pan
Remove from heat
Whisk sugar, eggs, vanilla extract and Kahlua in the pan
Add flour and pistachios and mix
Pour the batter in the prepared pan and bake for 25-30 minutes
Remove from the oven and cut into squares
Sprinkle with some cocoa powder


The brownies are usually best straight out of the oven but these are as great ,a day old....Store in a air tight container and enjoy ....

Linking my pictures to Fabulous food photography Friday hosted by Jehanne of http://www.thecookingdoctor.co.uk....

22 comments:

  1. Irresistible n super rich looking brownies.

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  2. Simply Gorgeous!!! virtually feasting :)

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  3. super moist & delicious,Love ur clicks always:)
    BTW,Which is your camera dear?
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    1. I have a Nikon 3100....Planning to upgrade it, but let's see when that happens...

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  4. Awesome, I once wanted to but Kahlua liqueur for my chocolate pudding but then skipped it since I was afraid I would not use it & waste it. Loved your recipe

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  5. Lovely combination of ingredients,would definitely love to give this a try.

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  6. Brownies look so fudgy and yummy... Am drooling here

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  7. They must be tasting awesome with the added liquer..
    Liked the clicks.

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  8. Wow...perfect tempting brownies...

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  9. Can't resist looking at those clicks, perfectly done

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  10. You know, This is one of the best looking brownies in the world, Neha..I so love the clicks, esp the last one..gorgeous! love your photos, link them for my friday event pls..you'd make me a happy bunny.

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  11. Hi Neha ....
    Lovely blog :-)
    Glad to follow you !!!
    shrutirasoi

    Today's Recipe

    Espresso Coffee At Home

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  12. Lovely Blog and fantastic recipe. I think I will make some this week

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  13. Awesome recipe. Can we feature it for our recipe blog?

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  14. I was thinking a lot regarding this topic, so thanks for bringing it up here. You certainly have a good writing style i like, so will be subscribing to your blog.

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