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  • - Hey dudes, I'm Hilah,

  • and today on Hilah Cooking we're making

  • super fudgey, extra dense, extra chocolatey

  • five nut brownies.

  • You can use any nuts that you want,

  • but I'll show you the kind of nuts that I like.

  • (upbeat music)

  • What makes these brownies so super fudgey

  • and chocolatey is that we're using

  • unsweetened baking chocolate instead of cocoa.

  • I've got a cocoa brownies recipe also

  • that I did a video for a while back,

  • and I love that recipe because I always have

  • cocoa on hand and I don't always have baking chocolate,

  • but it does make a much richer brownie.

  • So I've got butter and baking chocolate here,

  • I'm gonna put this in the microwave just for

  • maybe 30 seconds, give it a stir, and another

  • couple seconds until it's almost all melted together.

  • I'm gonna stop here.

  • The butter's all melted, most of the chocolate is melted.

  • I think it's warm enough that if I just leave it

  • sitting there, it'll melt by the time I'm ready for it.

  • So in my mixing bowl now I'm gonna put some eggs,

  • and most brownie recipes too, you can do them by hand,

  • and you could do this one by hand

  • if you don't have a mixer, but I think you do end up

  • with a better result if you really really get the egg

  • and the sugar emulsified.

  • So get these mixed up a little bit,

  • and then I'm gonna gradually add the sugar

  • while it's mixing, and we're gonna let that mix

  • on medium heat,

  • I always do that.

  • On medium speed for probably a couple of minutes

  • until it's really nice and fluffy,

  • and you'll see what it looks like at the end.

  • So this is what you're looking for.

  • I guess I've seen recipes call this

  • looking a little bit ribboney, but see

  • it's got a lot of volume in there,

  • and the sugar is pretty much dissolved.

  • So now we're gonna add in the melty

  • butter and chocolate mixture.

  • I'm gonna put it on low speed.

  • Once that's all mixed in, we can add vanilla.

  • My dad taught me this trick when I was a kid,

  • that the cap of a vanilla jar is about half a teaspoon,

  • so I just always do that.

  • I have no idea if they've changed the cap size

  • since I was a kid.

  • It probably varies by brand too, but hey,

  • close enough right?

  • The original recipe I got for these was from my grandma,

  • and she added baking powder or baking soda,

  • I can't remember now.

  • But I leave that out because I like a really dense

  • fudgey brownie instead of a cake type brownie.

  • But you can add some if you want to,

  • but I really recommend it this way.

  • Sorry, Grandma.

  • So it's almost all mixed up.

  • I'm gonna scrape this off,

  • and then I'm gonna finish mixing in the nuts by hand.

  • I'm gonna handle these nuts.

  • So I am using roasted salted nuts.

  • There's no other salt in the recipe,

  • so don't be weirded out by it.

  • It's really, really good.

  • I'm using almonds, macadamia nuts, peanuts,

  • cashews, and filberts, which is another name for hazelnut.

  • My mom always called them filberts, I don't know.

  • You could totally buy a can of mixed nuts

  • and just chop them up.

  • Just dump in.

  • Be bold. (giggling)

  • And then as we mix in the nuts,

  • we'll finish mixing in the flour too.

  • Looks good.

  • Then just spread it into a greased pan here.

  • So now we're gonna bake this for about 25 minutes.

  • When you take it out, the top should be

  • really really shiny, but the middle, the center part

  • should still maybe look a tiny bit underdone,

  • just 'cause you don't want to overcook these

  • and end up with dry brownies, ugh.

  • Then we're gonna let them cool for at least 10 minutes

  • before you try slicing into them, please.

  • You'll thank me.

  • This has been cooling for 10 minutes.

  • You can let it cool longer, but I would say

  • 10 is the minimum.

  • But I just can't hardly wait cause I love some

  • fudgey nut brownies.

  • You can get this recipe with all the measurements

  • on my website HilahCooking.com as always,

  • and I will put the link in the description box.

  • But for real, let's get a little nugget of this out of here.

  • A lot of people like the edges or the middle.

  • I like both.

  • So here we go, wow.

  • That is a perfectly fudgey delicious brownie.

  • All right. (humming)

  • I have to say that the brownie song

  • may be my worst song yet.

  • Thank you so much for watching.

  • I hope you make these this weekend.

  • If you do, take a picture,

  • tag me on Instagram or Twitter.

  • I love to see what you make.

  • Don't forget to subscribe, and I will see you next week.

  • Bye.

  • (up beat music)

- Hey dudes, I'm Hilah,

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