|A luscious, chocolaty brownie|
Fast forward to todays Baking with Julia~TWD project. The recipe comes from Rick Katz. I thought of skipping this one. Don’t get me wrong; I love brownies! I am addicted to the luscious, chocolatey dense flavor of a great brownie! So, the Best-Ever Brownie is a lot of temptation to have hanging around the house! Especially, the week before Thanksgiving! So this week, for Tuesdays with Dorie, I reluctantly made the Best-Ever Brownies. Were they the Best Ever? They were pretty darn good! I thought I was making them according to the directions. However, I didn’t read the recipe through. I didn’t beat the eggs and sugar till thick, pale and doubled in volume, and it never got folded into the chocolate mixture. Actually, I thought I might have ruined them but, after mixing all the ingredients, I wasn’t about to start over. Having made brownies many times in the past, I know that most brownies are made from a one bowl batter. No beating eggs separately! I thought they would probably be fine; at least I hoped for that. Well, they were way better than fine! They were delicious, chocolatey and everything a good brownie should be! The proof is, my hubby and I can’t walk by the container that holds the brownies, without sneaking a tiny taste. And that is why I wanted to skip this week!
These really were quite easy to make, whether you make them as directed or, as I did! I intended to freeze most of them however, they’re disappearing very fast!
Happy Tuesday everyone and Happy Thanksgiving to all!
|These came out great…moist, chewy and perfect|
|Chewy and decadent|