If you’re a frequent Handle the Heat reader you probably remember my Ultimate Guide to Chocolate Chip Cookie post, and the part 2 follow up. Those posts were so fun and popular that I’ve teamed up with the awesome folks over at relish.com to bring you even more posts that deconstruct the ingredients and techniques from your favorite recipes and foods so we can all learn why and how things happen in the kitchen.
Today’s post is all about BROWNIES! You can find the FULL POST at relish.com to learn which brownies were made with cake flour, brown sugar, oil, whipped eggs and sugar, and even more brownie experiments. Read the post to discover what makes a brownie cakey, fudgy, or chewy and which experiment was my favorite! I hope it will help you in creating your version of the ultimate brownie. Be sure to stay tuned both here and over at Relish for more posts like this!
Since we’re on the subject of brownies I figured I’d whet your brownie appetite by rounding up some of my favorite brownie recipes that I’ve posted over the years. Which is your favorite?
What’s your ultimate ideal brownie? Do you like them chewy, fudgy, cakey, or something else?