Gaspo's "Zauber Cuchlis"


1/3 cup butter (margarine wont work)
1/3 cup unsweetened chocolate
1/2 cup sugar
4 eggs
1/3 cup flour
1/4 tsp. vanilla extract
1/4 cup dark chocolate


1) over low heat, melt butter in saucepan.

2) once butter is just slightly bubbling, mix in ground up hash
and stir for 5-10 minutes, taking the pan off the heat every
now and then to keep the butter from steaming too much (the
magic actually steams out too i think.

3) melt unsweetened chocolate (reform type) into butter, stirring

4) when all chocolate is melted totally, add vanilla. If you can
hear the vanilla sink to the bottom and "sizzle", the the mix is hot enough.
so, remove from heat. if it doesn't sizzle, then your low setting is low
enough. I usually just turn off the heat, but leave the pan on the burner.

5) stir in the sugar little by little (so it won't clump)

6) once all the sugar is mixed in, beat the eggs and mix them in.

7) add the flour (stir in first so it doesn't blow all around), and use an
electric mixer on LOW (its a waste to splash magic all over the kitchen.)
until the whole bit is smooth and no lumps or pockets of flour.

8) break dark chocolate into nickel size chunks, and stir in.

9) pour mix into shallow pan (1 1/2 inches), and pop in medium heat oven for
about 30-40min. NOTE: I never time the puppies, I just look at 'em and know.
A toothpick will come out with just a little brown colour when they are done.

The longer you cook the hash and butter together, the sooner the
effects seem to come on. Don't let the butter bubble too much, or you
can taste the hash in the end-product.
Vary the sugar according to the "bitterness" off the hash. I
can't really explain that, but if you eat raw hash too, you'll know what
I mean.
Vary the flour to get chewy/fluffy brownies.
about 1/2 cup of buttermilk is pretty good too added just before the
sugar, add extra five minutes before adding the eggs.
when you put the dark chocolate in, this is the time to add
other things like chopped walnuts, M&M's, pecans, and so on.
Hash oil will work too, although it if you can smell any
alcohol in the oil, you should heat the alcohol out before mixing

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