Brownies, for me, should always have that crunchy chocolatey top and you should bite into a sticky gooey base. These ones are made even better by the tangy addition of orange and a little spice from ginger. If you feel like ginger is too much for your palate then simply leave them out. These are just as good being delicious chocolate orange squares. Make enough for a present or make them for dessert, whatever. Just make sure you leave yourself some because these beauties get scoffed fast. (Makes 18) Ingredients: 100g Dark Chocolate Orange 200g 70% Dark Chocolate 275g Caster Sugar 100g Plain FLour 1 Large Orange 1-2cm Ginger (depending on how strong you like it) 4 Large Eggs 250g Butter Method 1. Begin by breaking up all of the chocolate into small pieces and chopping the butter into a heavy based non-stick pan. Melt them all slowly together until smooth then immediately take off the heat and allow to cool. (Keep an eye on the chocolate here it can burn easily!) 2. Once it has cooled, begin whisking all of the eggs and caster sugar together. This should first turn a light yellow colour and become foamy. Wait until it has doubled in quantity and is pale in colour. 3. Now add all of the flour to the chocolate and butter and mix in. Grate in 1 zest of an orange and all of the ginger and mix. Then slowly add a little bit of the egg and sugar mixture a little bit at a time all the whilst slowly stirring it into the mix and making sure all of the lumps are gone. 4. Preheat an oven to 180 degrees and line a reasonably deep tin with parchment paper. (You can stick this down onto the tin using a little bit of butter underneath.) Pour in the brownie mix and let it bake for 35-40 minutes. 5. The most important part now is to allow the brownie to cool. You'll find it's quite soft when it initially comes out the oven but it needs time to cool in the tin you baked it in for that hard chocolatey shell to form. Leave it for an hour or two and then cut up into squares and enjoy!