The sooner you learn to make perfectly delicious brownies, the better because they’re one of those desserts that everyone loves. If you’re struggling with your recipe and can’t achieve the rich and fudgy texture, avoiding these three common mistakes will get you there.
Brownies can be made with pans of all shapes and sizes, but they won’t be that good if you don’t pick the right one. Brownies tend to overcook or undercook if the pan is too small or too big. Glass baking dishes are best avoided, and eight or nine inch pans are always a good idea.
Chocolate is one of the essential ingredients in the majority of brownie recipes. You should always try to pick the chocolate of the best quality and make sure to give it some time to cool down after it’s melted. You can also consider replacing it with cocoa powder, and figure out what option works better for you.
Overbaking your brownies will leave you with dry and crumbly dessert and it should be avoided at all costs. A lot of people use the toothpick method to check if their brownies are done, but keep in mind there’s no need to wait for the absence of moist crumbs because they should be there.