Who doesn’t love brownies?
No, seriously.. Who doesn’t! Brownies can be of almost any texture: soft, crusty, gooey, crunchy and comes in many shapes. For those who aren’t that fond of cake, brownies are the best dessert item. Even imagining a brownie can be mouthwatering. Don’t believe me? Look at the image below:
Now that you too crave for a brownie, here are 5 simple brownie recipes you should watch right away.
Note: Brownies are generally made in a baking oven but these recipes use other appliances like pressure cooker, stove and microwave. While all five recipes are for preparing delicious brownies, they are made with different preparation styles and in some cases, ingredients.
Tarla Dalal – Microwave Oven
Tarla Dalal is a household name in North India and most parts of South India too. When I was in Bangalore for 2 years, my neighbour wouldn’t stop bragging that she has tried all of the recipes from “Mithai”, Tarla Dalal’s cookbook on Indian sweets. Her YouTube videos are just as good as her books. In this video, Tarla and her granddaughter try out a simple brownie recipe where the final mixture is made in the microwave oven.
Cooking Shooking – Pressure Cooker
I like watching Cooking Shooking videos mainly to have a good laugh. Yaman Agarwal’s facial expressions are sometimes goofy and sometimes childish. But, he has built an image out of that, and of course, his cooking skills. His Instagram feed is a foodie’s paradise. In this video, Yaman makes brownies with the help of a pressure cooker!
Cooking Passion – Pressure Cooker
If you’ve seen Cooking Shooking’s video, you might ask, “can’t we put all of it in one big tin tray?” Cooking Passion does exactly that.
Tabassum’s Kitchen – 2 Pans
Tabassum’s Kitchen is one YouTube channel I go to if I’m not in the mood to hear the chef talk on and on. Most of the videos simply have a background score and captions are used for ingredients and cooking method. This brownie recipe does not use a microwave or pressure cooker, but rather uses two pans. Watch the video to find out how it’s done.
Buzzfeed – Oven
I know that I said ‘no baking ovens’ earlier. But, Buzzfeed’s food channel, Tasty, makes one of the most mouthwatering and easiest recipe videos ever. Need proof? Here’s their fudgy brownie recipe.
So, which recipe are you going to try right away?