Glamed up Brownies!

Wow, Christmas is just around the corner! I’ve not exactly done very much Christmas-y cooking this December, because sometimes work life has a funny way to sneak up on you.

However, before it’s almost time to make yet another set of resolution, I need to fullfil my last resolution of 2011, and that is… to launch MyOrangePot.com!

So, Everyone, welcome to my food and travel blog! I hope you enjoy the site. Please leave a message if you can. I would LOVE to hear from you!

In the spirit of celebrating the holidays coming up and of course Christmas party at Ippei+Janine’s, I made a batch of brownie and glamed it up for the special occasion!

Basic Brownies recipe can be found in one of the earlier post. Below is recipe for the glamed up ganache.

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Welcome to MyOrangePot.com!

Wish your Christmas be filled with peace and love!

Happy holidays!

Happy New Year!

Glamed up chocolate ganache

Ingredients

125ml heavy cream

150 gram Callebaut couverture dark chocolate

1tsp unsalted butter

1tsp vanilla

1 small pack of glittery silver sugar

Directions

  1. In a heavy-bottomed non-stick pan, heat cream, chocolate, butter together until it just boils. Add vanilla.
  2. Remove from heat immediately. Whisk until the mixture is smooth and thickens
  3. Let sit for a minute, so the mixture is still runny, but not too hot that it will drip hopelessly
  4. Drop the ganache mixture on the cooked brownie
  5. Ice it evenly
  6. Sprinkle the glittery sugar on top of the ganache (while it’s still soft)
  7. Let sit until it sets

 

Categories: Baking, Cake, Christmas, Featured, Off-the-book

Author:Tari Martosudirjo Keitt

MyOrangePot.com

5 Comments on “Glamed up Brownies!”

  1. December 23, 2011 at 1:13 am #

    They were so delicious! A plate left empty was certainly a testimony of the great Tari taste!!! I managed to hide away two, which Ippei and I will enjoy tomorrow morning, when apparently calories don’t matter. xxx Love to you.

  2. December 23, 2011 at 10:56 am #

    They were SO delicious! I don’t know how that one in my fridge is going to last until tomorrow for my girlfriend. Was great meeting you Tari! Thanks again for the brownies 🙂

  3. December 23, 2011 at 11:26 am #

    Thank you guys! I am glad you like the brownies! Janine, the secret recipe dip is so delicious, too! I might need to talk you into sharing those recipes. hehehe. I would’ve licked the bowl if I was allowed!

    Trent, well, if you eat it, then you must make your girlfriend a batch. Recipe’s available for use. 🙂

  4. karin
    December 24, 2011 at 3:49 pm #

    Hey congrats on the new blog! This brownies looked so glamourous, another idea for xmas party :). Looking forward to reading & re-creating ur recipes 🙂

    • December 24, 2011 at 4:16 pm #

      Thank you! The brownies continues to attrack visitor, it seems. Happy cooking to you!

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