Having formed her mind and gained her affections, he had a good chance of her thinking like him; though at this period, and on this subject, there began now to be some danger of dissimilarity, for he was in a line of admiration of Miss Crawford, which might lead him where Fanny could not follow. Miss Crawford's attractions did not lessen. The harp arrived, and rather added to her beauty, wit, and good-humour; for she played with the greatest obliging ness, with an expression and taste which were peculiarly becoming, and there was something clever to be said at the close of every air. Edmund was at the Parsonage every day, to be indulged with his favourite instrument: one morning secured an invitation for the next; for the lady could not be unwilling to have a listener, and every thing was soon in a fair train.
Mansfield Park - Jane Austen (1814)
Matcha & White Chocolate Brownie
Recipe adapted from Hachette Cuisine
110g butter, chopped
200g white chocolate ( in pieces) + 20g for topping
1 tbsp Matcha powder ( Japanese green tea)
80g grounded almond
1) Melt white chocolate & butter on bain marie or double boiler.
2) Preheat oven to 180°C. Grease baking or brownie pan/ tin.
3) Beat eggs & sugar for 1 minute. Pour in the melted chocolate mixture, flour, Matcha powder & grounded almond. Beat till all combined.
4) Pour the batter into baking pan & bake for 20 to 25 minutes. Cool in baking pan for 20 minutes. Cut into desired shapes using cookie cutters of your choice & cut the shape. Topped with shaved white chocolate.
I'm linking this post to We Should Cocoa Challenge hosted by Chele from Chocolate Teapot & co -hosted by Choclette from Chocolate Log Blog And this month's theme is 'something green'.