NOTE. This recipe needs canabutter if you do not have any cannabutter then scroll down to the none canabutter guide.
Although I do say so myself, this is the ULTIMATE Hash Brownie recipe. So good in fact, I recommend trying them without Cannabis Butter, because you’ll want to eat so many of them. They’re very moreish so take care if you do make the cannabis version – it can take up to 45 minutes to feel the effects, so don’t just eat more and more – it could get very messy!.
4oz (115g) Cannabis Butter
2oz (60g) Self Raising Flour
8oz (225g) Soft Brown Sugar
1.5oz (45g) Cocoa Powder (NOT Drinking Chocolate Powder)
1oz (30g) Ground Almonds
Grated Rind Of One Large Orange (Important!)
1/2tsp Baking Powder
Chocolate Butter Icing/Frosting
Making icing for a cake really isn’t an exact science – it’s difficult to give amounts as you may have a different sized baking tray meaning more or less brownies, or you may just have a different personal preference. The following amounts are a guideline so feel free to tweak as you wish!
4oz (115g) NORMAL Butter or Margarine
1 – 2oz (30 – 60g) Cocoa Powder
8 – 10oz (225 – 285g) Icing (Powdered/Confectioners) Sugar
2tsp Water, as needed
Maltesers (optional, but totally worth it)
Large mixing bowl
Shallow baking tray
Greaseproof paper / Wax paper
Method – Hash Brownie Base
First, sieve the flour, baking powder and cocoa powder into a large mixing bowl.
Add the ground almonds, sugar and orange rind and mix together well.
Next, add the butter and eggs and beat the mixture together until smooth.
Bake at 150ºC (300F or Gas Mark 2), in a shallow dish, greased and lined with greaseproof (wax) paper for 50 – 55 minutes.
Method – Chocolate Butter Icing/Frosting
Just mix together the ingredients in a bowl and spread over the top of the brownie.
As an optional tasty extra, smash up a couple of packets of Maltesers and sprinkle them over the top. Do this straight away so they will stick in the icing rather than just fall off when you try and take a bite!
Cut into at least 16 pieces and serve! If it’s your first time cooking with cannabis, be sensible and don’t have more than one or two in the space of an hour, no matter how absolutely fantastic they taste.
None Cannabutter Recipe.
A brownie mix that uses cooking oil.
Cooking oil not olive.
A oven thermometer.
A small pan and a wooden spoon.
A "gold" Coffee filter.
At least 5 Grams
Preparing the Cannabis.
Weigh out the 5 Grams of your finest Ganja.
With a measuring glass, measure out the appropriate amount of your favorite cooking oil (vegetable, canola, sunflower, etc.) as described in your brownie recipe.
Now it's time to get ready to COOK!
Pour Oil into medium sized saucepan and wait 1 minute.
Add you Ground bud in with your oil.
And stir with wooden spoon for 30-45 minutes.
Your goal is to aim for less than a simmer. Finding the optimal temperature on your cook top essential. Too low a temperature will extract very little THC from the ground shake. Too high a temperature will boil and burn the oil. Since all burners are unique, start out on a medium-low temperature and use good judgment.
When your finished with your oil,The oil will turn a dark brown color.
Let it cool.
Now we strain the ground bud out.
Place your coffee filter into the measuring glass.
Next, pour the entire oil/ganja concoction thru the gold coffee filter sitting on the measuring glass.
Use a teaspoon (or rubber spatula) to scrape out every last bit of oil!! This is the reason we’are here today.
When you are done you should have just about (if not exactly) the original amout of oil you added. If not, simply top off the measuring glass with whatever amount of oil is required. Please note the dark brown color!
At this point we are ready to make our brownies. If you want to bake your brownies later, simply cover your oil with plastic wrap and let stand at room temperature until you are ready to bake.
Here is our final comparison
Now it's time to bake.
Everything we need to do to finish.
First dump the mix into a big bowl.
Add 3 table spoons of water.
There goes the THC infused Oil.
2 Eggs for fudge like brownies.
A few minute's of mixing and there we go
Try your hardest to get every last drop !!!
Into the oven.
How long to cook your brownies.
Experience is the best guide, but here are some general rules. For fudge-style brownies, remove the pan when the sides have shrunk slightly away from the edges of the pan. The center will still be slightly gooey, but will firm up during cooling. Cake-style brownies are done when a toothpick inserted into the center has a few moist crumbs attached to it.
To prevent burning the bottoms of your brownies, place the pan on a preheated cookie sheet or pizza stone.
When it's finished it should look something like this.
Enjoy and go easy on them
Edited by Skunky Monkey, 30 August 2011 - 04:26 PM.