Making brownies generally consists of 3 basic steps; the butter and chocolate are melted, the eggs and sugar are mixed together and finally add a little flour. The trick is, don’t shake too long because the brownies will get wet, dense and chewy. Shaking too long will cause hard brownies or a thin dry layer to form on the surface of the cake (although this thin dry layer is one of the characteristics of brownies in Bandung).
Here are some tips that can be followed to make brownies:
- To improve the texture of the brownies, raw dough in the pan can be stored in the refrigerator for several hours or overnight before baking.
- Use a stainless steel baking pan for even heat. Avoid glass cups and pans that are dark and non-sticky, because the cake can get wet and the volume decreases. Alasi also baking sheet with Baking Paper Seven so that the brownies are not sticky and the baking sheet is kept clean.
- Brownies can be baked in small muffin molds, so you don’t have to cut them. Alasi baking sheet with Baking Paper Seven to keep printouts clean and brownies easy to enjoy.
How long do you bake brownies?
For fudge-type brownies, remove the cake as soon as the edges of the cake have shrunk a little from the baking sheet. The middle part of the cake is still a little tough and sticky, but it hardens immediately after the cake is cold. For cake type brownies, stick the stick in the middle of the cake, if the cake crumbs are attached to the stick, it means it’s cooked. Let the brownies cool on a baking sheet before removing it from the baking sheet and chopping it into pieces. Brownies can stand stored in tightly closed containers. If you want to enjoy, do not cool it in the refrigerator because it will dry, except if you want to be stored for a long time, because brownies hold 4-6 months in the freezer.