Chocolate Brownie (Eggless & Vegan) Recipe by Manjula

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Ingredients
1/2 cup vegetable oil
1/2 cup cocoa
1 cup sugar
1/2 cup silken tofu
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1/2 cup all purpose flour (maida, plain flour)
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon soda
1/4 cup chopped walnuts

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89 Comments for Chocolate Brownie (Eggless & Vegan) Recipe by Manjula

  1. Healthywon1 on August 1, 2011: (Reply)

    What a wonderful treat! Thank you!

  2. Veggies4life on August 2, 2011: (Reply)

    Thank you for this, delicious looking recipe, Manjula, I will try it this
    weekend!

  3. Jess Much on August 2, 2011: (Reply)

    I made this for my mother who hates tofu & she LOVED these brownies…Thank
    you for this recipe

  4. Vincentsmom27 on August 2, 2011: (Reply)

    looks delicious

  5. enespaciovacio on August 2, 2011: (Reply)

    I can´t wait for try them!! YUMMY!

  6. diablotin1703 on August 2, 2011: (Reply)

    Wow this looks so delicious!! Thank you for making vegan recipes, too, I
    always watch your videos for new cooking ideas!

  7. Ryan B on August 2, 2011: (Reply)

    Manjula! You are the best as always! I think it will be fun to try
    something vegan for a change that tastest good. Im from BC, Canada. Your
    videos have really helped me start to learn how to cook indian food. Now i
    can impress my indian neighbours 😀 Thank you, -Ryan B

  8. mansibotadra on August 3, 2011: (Reply)

    Thanks for the recipe! i will try it soon but wanted to know if i can
    substitute tofu with something else. please suggest.

  9. Manjula's Kitchen on August 3, 2011: (Reply)

    @mansibotadra One of viewer has suggested to use yogurt replacing the tofu.

  10. Darren Lalloo on August 3, 2011: (Reply)

    I love this recipe!! Thanks so much for sharing Auntie Manjula! 😀

  11. sprinky311 on August 5, 2011: (Reply)

    I have alwayss loved chocolate!!! Thnxx for this great recipe can u do
    chocolate ice cream recipe?? Plzzz

  12. AllezHoop on August 8, 2011: (Reply)

    I made these brownies today and my parents and I loved them! They are so
    moist and delicious. Thanks for the recipe Manjula! 🙂

  13. Preeti Dubey on August 14, 2011: (Reply)

    can i make it in microwave?

  14. Biplob Basak on August 15, 2011: (Reply)

    aunty if we not having silky tofu thn wht shuld we have ???

  15. Manjula's Kitchen on August 16, 2011: (Reply)

    @Biplob306 Use yogurt after draining the water.

  16. Biplob Basak on August 17, 2011: (Reply)

    aunty can we make this brownies in microwave ?if we can thn pl tell d power
    and time……thnkyou….:)

  17. Biplob Basak on August 17, 2011: (Reply)

    @Manjulaskitchen aunty can we make these brownies in microwave? if we can
    thn plz tell d power and time…:)

  18. Shilpa Kirpalani on August 22, 2011: (Reply)

    aunty first u said baking soda. then while u putting the ingredients u said
    baking powder? which is right?

  19. Manjula's Kitchen on August 22, 2011: (Reply)

    @shillyjk Baking soda

  20. Supraja Gilla on September 4, 2011: (Reply)

    hi brownie didnt come take out properly in pieces it was hard to take
    piece…taste was good any suggestion

  21. oKeegan on September 5, 2011: (Reply)

    any other option for that silken tofu? plain yoghurt?

  22. Manjula's Kitchen on September 5, 2011: (Reply)

    @gsupraja Brownies should be at room tempreture before cutting.

  23. LotusChocs on September 15, 2011: (Reply)

    this one would be very handy for vegetarian people. No more depriving
    yourself from the silken chocolate brownies.

  24. Sherry Seegobin on September 15, 2011: (Reply)

    Aunty, can we use normal tofu and just blend it up to get the silky tofu?

  25. Ladylasil on September 22, 2011: (Reply)

    These look great. I’m going to try them. Oh and one more thing. That mango
    pie you made, I get requests from friends to make it for them. Thanks again.

  26. Sherry Seegobin on October 4, 2011: (Reply)

    Hi Aunty, I made this recipe today and its finished before evening is
    through!! Very tastey, for me ill just use a bit less sugar…and i made it
    with yogurt!!Delicious :)….. youre a wonderful soul :).

  27. halifaxx55 on October 15, 2011: (Reply)

    1 cup of sugar!! That’s a lot of sugar!

  28. SamFem on November 8, 2011: (Reply)

    @halifaxx55 This is a great recipe, I used yogurt (instead of tofu b/c it
    was what I had on hand), I used 3/4 cup sugar. So yeah, if you use yogurt
    instead of Tofu you use less sugar. Maybe w/ the tofu u might need the full
    cup. This is so quick, easy to make & delicious, I love the idea of using
    the tofu next time b/c of the protein, so healthy. I hadn’t made brownies
    is years, but eggless sounded soo good. I’ve got to double the recipe and
    freeze some for later next time. YUM!!

  29. A.R.C RAPTOR on November 18, 2011: (Reply)

    aunty what is tofu??????

  30. mattld12 on December 12, 2011: (Reply)

    i just made these brownies they are very good! i didn’t have vegetable oil
    so i used olive oil so that works too 🙂

  31. samantha gutierrez on December 17, 2011: (Reply)

    Thanks you! You are amazing! Keeo it up 🙂

  32. NIKII28 on December 23, 2011: (Reply)

    Can the Tofu be substituted with Sour Cream or Wipped Cream ?

  33. 1amLtg on January 7, 2012: (Reply)

    @NIKII28 use yoghurt after draining the water

  34. 1amLtg on January 9, 2012: (Reply)

    @NIKII28 yoghurt can be subsityte

  35. 1amLtg on January 13, 2012: (Reply)

    First time I made it it was a fail. Do u have any suggestion why my brownie
    top burns when the inside is cooked 🙁

  36. Sana Azam on January 26, 2012: (Reply)

    hello, in your earlier comments you mentioned replacing tofu with yogurt,
    do you mean the normal nestle dahi or something else ?

  37. ss on February 13, 2012: (Reply)

    hi… i made these brownies yesterday ..they came out good.. but was little
    bit oily at the surface …what went wrong.. i used hung curd for this …

  38. mahi175 on February 18, 2012: (Reply)

    Now I’m craving brownies!!! 😛

  39. ShinjuHoshi on March 1, 2012: (Reply)

    thank you i really like vegan food plz make more vegan videos!!! 🙂

  40. ShinjuHoshi on March 1, 2012: (Reply)

    thank you i really like vegan food plz make more vegan videos!!! 🙂

  41. MediThapak on March 6, 2012: (Reply)

    what we can use in replacement of silken tofu

  42. Manjula's Kitchen on March 7, 2012: (Reply)

    @MediThapak Some viewers has suggested hung yogurt (after taking out the
    water) but I have never tried.

  43. Cxv Ds on March 9, 2012: (Reply)

    what happens if i don’t use any oil? what is the purpose of using the oil?
    can i replace oil with something else?

  44. Harini Iyengar on March 20, 2012: (Reply)

    can i bake the brownie in microwave instead of oven?

  45. Manjula's Kitchen on March 20, 2012: (Reply)

    @brkh96 Many of the viewers ask that but I have never baked any dish in
    Microwave.

  46. dachicagoan on March 20, 2012: (Reply)

    @werewasyo I think if you don’t use oil it’s going to stick to the baking
    dish and it will be almost impossible for the brownies to look anything
    like Manjula’s because you’ll have to scrape it off with a windshield
    scraper.

  47. naarisbeautiful on March 21, 2012: (Reply)

    Namaste Manjula. I bought silken tofu however its not in liquid form in any
    way. What did you do to get yours like that? How do I use it? Shukriyaa

  48. Agata U. on March 26, 2012: (Reply)

    I tripled the recipe and made a whole batch. Delicious! Couldn’t even tell
    they were made with tofu.

  49. sukiesoya on April 1, 2012: (Reply)

    Looks delicious, i’m going to try this!

  50. anurre5 on April 4, 2012: (Reply)

    Great recipe! I made them with gluten free all purpose flour, used palm
    sugar/truvia in place of sugar and them reduced the fat by subbing 2 tblsp
    coconut oil combined with 1/3 cup unsweetened applesauce. They came out
    very good and chocolately! My friend who doesn’t eat much healthy stuff ate
    half the pan in one night 🙂

  51. iglakdfac on April 8, 2012: (Reply)

    thankz GOD for youtube..i am learning how to cook and bake!thankz mam
    manjula..its good you’re explaining it in english!

  52. Urja Kaushik on April 21, 2012: (Reply)

    aunty this was really good!!

  53. sandra carrizales on May 24, 2012: (Reply)

    Thanks so much because sometimes I need something sweet and I hate buying
    kit-kate or Hershey no more this is better vegan. mmm…

  54. StephenOwensTV on June 8, 2012: (Reply)

    I love your videos Manjula, Keep up the good Work 🙂

  55. geetasingh1960 on June 11, 2012: (Reply)

    Hi it was good viewing your recipe but before i start baking I would like
    to know whther silken tofu and only t>ofu are same things!! Kindly reply

  56. Prerena Ajay on June 24, 2012: (Reply)

    wat is dis silky tofu ???

  57. Shiksha Sharma on June 29, 2012: (Reply)

    What is silken tofu in local terms.?? is there an alternative

  58. g0pi3 on July 2, 2012: (Reply)

    what purpose does the tofu serve?

  59. Manjula's Kitchen on July 6, 2012: (Reply)

    very soft tofu

  60. lilshinodahahn on July 6, 2012: (Reply)

    Silken tofu is very soft tofu made out from Soy. it has almost a jelly/
    pudding like texture and it’s not firm like normal tofu. Usually I think
    anyone can find it at any good asian supermarket or at the Asian Section in
    your nearest Hypermarket/ Supermarket

  61. Debby Dong on July 7, 2012: (Reply)

    Amazing!

  62. Anna Olk. on July 12, 2012: (Reply)

    Hi…Can I use the white soft cheese for that? I mean instead tofu? Thank
    you!

  63. Sarah Cook on July 18, 2012: (Reply)

    I’m going to make this soon. Thanks so much for the delicious looking vegan
    recipe!!

  64. Calibaker82 on July 30, 2012: (Reply)

    I followed the directions and my batter was too greasy! The brownies were
    soggy even after baking. 🙁

  65. xdubdubx on August 1, 2012: (Reply)

    um, sorry for being dumb.. but what is the difference? in my native
    language we only say baking powder..

  66. SamFem on September 26, 2012: (Reply)

    This is so delicious. I was craving chocolate cake and went right to you. I
    watched your vid twice, then went right into the kitchen and now I have
    delicious brownies to enjoy. They’re fabulous, absolutely FABULOUS. To me
    it tastes better than any brownies I’ve ever had. I just did a couple
    drizzles/stripes of choco sauce and sprinkled some nuts on it. I can’t
    believe this has no eggs. Wow. I LOVE it. Thank-you soooo much.

  67. Priya Ganesan on October 5, 2012: (Reply)

    Well it is baking powder i guess , she would have said by mistake. Baking
    Soda and baking powder are different in the chemical constitution. And for
    your questions answer , here it is

  68. Shweta Iri on December 13, 2012: (Reply)

    What can be used to substitute silky tofu? Becuase its not available at my
    location!

  69. sowonderful1 on December 14, 2012: (Reply)

    just made them and they have come out so well!! Thanks a lot

  70. sowonderful1 on December 14, 2012: (Reply)

    no silken tofu is very very soft and crumbly.

  71. Julyxon on December 21, 2012: (Reply)

    manjula , my dear, with what can i replace the tofu ?? I don’t like tofu
    and anyway I don’t have tofu :((

  72. Manjula's Kitchen on December 21, 2012: (Reply)

    try yogurt

  73. aman on December 26, 2012: (Reply)

    Your accent is like my mom’s accent…gby

  74. Ruby Alvirde on January 30, 2013: (Reply)

    Silky tofu actually speaks for itself its more silky and smooth than
    regular tofu

  75. NoirVelours on February 1, 2013: (Reply)

    Thank you for this wonderful dessert Manjula! It’s a keeper for sure, my
    son loved those brownies.

  76. Swathi Sriraam on February 2, 2013: (Reply)

    Hello Aunty.. I tried this recipe yesterday and i must say it turned out
    great !!!! Being a chocolate cake lover i think i have fallen in love with
    chocolate brownies too.. !! Thanks a lot for this wonderful video nd ur
    recipes are very easy to make and tastes wonderful :))))

  77. Richa Singh on February 6, 2013: (Reply)

    i tried with yogurt instead of silky tofu as it is not available in my
    locality, but it dint came well the outer texture was hard and inside it
    was very moist and sticky unable to take the pieces, can u suggest
    something?

  78. aman898as on February 23, 2013: (Reply)

    What is silky tofu

  79. sesamerolls on March 3, 2013: (Reply)

    it must be wonderful to be living in your house

  80. GeorgePreduca on March 22, 2013: (Reply)

    Thank you Manjula, I love your energy!

  81. Pradip Misra on April 16, 2013: (Reply)

    is there a substitute for the tofu?

  82. jayal shah on May 11, 2013: (Reply)

    what is tofu

  83. Sakhi Agarwal on May 26, 2013: (Reply)

    Tofu is something like cheese (paneer)

  84. Ami Lad on June 21, 2013: (Reply)

    This recipe is perfect for me because I dont eat eggs. Thank you 🙂

  85. fatemabidi on August 14, 2013: (Reply)

    i would like to know.. that what if I want to convert this cup thing into
    grams.. Can you help me? 🙂

  86. Narasimha Nallamreddy on September 19, 2013: (Reply)

    mam what is silken tofu in hindi…how it can be prepared?

  87. Sameeksha Jayee on May 5, 2014: (Reply)

    Is there any difference between silken tofu n plain tofu??

  88. Kiran Sinha on September 4, 2014: (Reply)

    Thank for resipe

  89. Dharshana shrie on October 22, 2014: (Reply)

    i tried this out.It was sooooo delicious. Thank you manjula ma.

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