I was all over the idea of these brownies for this week's Tuesdays with Dorie.
And...I was even more excited that these were Rick Katz's Brownies for Julia. As in Julia Child. As in Julia Child the French Chef. As in "I just read 'My Life in France' by Julia Child. As in "My name is Becky and I'm currently smitten with the lovely Julia Child."
So you can see that I was really excited to try this recipe.
Well, the recipe was good. I adore the method that Rick Katz used to treat the eggs in the recipe. He separates the yolk from the whites, and beats the whites then folds them in. (you know, like you do in pancakes sometimes...) Anyway, the recipe was delicious. And I even used more Amano Chocolate.
The only problem was that the baking time for me. I was so confused because the recipe said that it would be "jiggly" and well, the middle of my brownies never set up. But...we managed to get some good pieces and even took care of that jiggly middle!
In an attempt to not waste the brownies I made a cool dessert with these brownies that consisted of raspberries (frozen from the in-law's garden), white chocolate ice cream (that I made with Amano Chocolate's white chocolate/cocoa butter) and these brownies! It was divine!
You can snatch the recipe off of Tany's blog, Chocolatechic. Be sure to check over the other Tuesdays with Dorie baker's blogs. I for one am very interested to see how theirs turned out!
Next week: My Best Chocolate Chip Cookies
Other brownie-loving posts you might like:
Brownie Buttons by Project Domestication
Chipster-Topped Brownies by Project Domestication
Tribute to Katherine Hepburn Brownies by Project Domestication
Caramel-Peanut-Topped Brownie Cake by Project Domestication
Cherry Fudge Brownie Torte by Project Domestication (just realized I NEVER posted this!)
Peppermint Bark Brownies by Project Domestication
Oreo Brownies with White Chocolate by Two Peas and Their Pod
Mini Chocolate Cakes with Nutella, Marcarpone and Fresh Fruit by Passionate about Baking
Strawberry Shake it up Brownies by The Cooking Photographer
Stolen from a Housemate Brownies by Breads and Roses