Ever Thought Of Mixing Mango With Chocolate To Make A Brownie?

Mango With Chocolate, A Mindblowing Combo

When you have Mango only for few months with you, why just stick to mango juices, mango slices, mango mocktails or mango chutney? As these are very traditional dishes that we all have tried at least once. So, why not try something else and introduce a new flavor to our tongue!

If you are thinking the same, then how about a Mango Chocolate Brownie. This is a perfect recipe for a summer weekend to make the most of the lingering soft nectar and juicy taste of the King of Fruits ‘Mango’.

How to prepare Quick 30 min Mango Chocolate Brownie Recipe:

Ingredients:

½ cup Maida (Refined Flour)

maida refined flour
Via: Indiamart

3 tbsp cocoa powder

cocoa powder
Via: SANE store

½ tsp Baking powder

baking powder
Via: Serious Eats

½ cup melted butter

melted butter
Via: BBC

1 cup fine sugar

fine sugar
Via: Baking Bites

One tsp fresh cream

fresh cream
Via: IndiaMART

½ cup milk

milk
Via: newcity

¼ tsp mango essence

mango essence
Via: cooking light

1 cup mango puree

mango puree
Via: MomJunction

¼ cup chocolate sauce (For Garnish)

chocolate sauce
Via: Archana’s Kitchen

Steps To Follow:

  1. Preheat the oven to 180ºC.
  2. Mix the dry ingredients in a mixture and set aside.
  3. Spoon the batter into the pan and bake for about 15-20 min (Until baked).
  4. Cool the brownies in the pan.

Mango Chocolate Brownie is ready.

Read also: These 5-minute cakes are the mouthwatering desserts that you must try today!

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