I’m seldom disappointed with his recipes from Tyler Florence. He tried something innovative and once did a class on Twitter each Friday. Unfortunately it didn’t last long but I’m thankful I got this recipe out of the venture. I knew as soon as I saw it that it would be the perfect ending to dinner for a neighbor and her family. She just had a baby and I was taking dinner over Saturday night. Ribs, rosemary couscous, salad and decided to make these brownies for dessert.
As usual with baking in Denver, I had to make some high altitude adjustments but include here the original directions; for high altitude, modify with a bit less baking powder, a bit more liquid (yep, just another T of liquor) and bake in a 375 degree oven. Results still had a cracked top crust but here in Denver if that doesn’t happen…well, can’t remember when it didn’t!
This is a rich, dense and moist brownie; make sure to not overbake; I did them for the least amount of time and am glad I did, they are really good and my friends husband just raved.