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Gooey Chocolate Brownies - Comments

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Name: Lilly 24th October 2009
salt????
Name: Emily 6th January 2010
there is no mention of salt on the ingredients list?!! Thaks we have added it to the users recipe - The Cookit Team
Name: Annie 2nd March 2010
These were amazing! Added chunks of chocolate instead of nuts or raisins - really really good.
Name: John 14th April 2011
yummy
Name: Molly 21st June 2011
i loved cooking them it was great now im just waiting for them
Name: Hilary 8th October 2011
mine rose and then went flat... what dose that mean? If the mixture rises and then sinks, it has not cooked through enough in the middle to hold it's shape. Try cooking them for a little longer next time. Brownies are usually gooey in the middle so you can't test with a skewer like a cake, they should however be firm not sticky in the center. The Cookit Team
Name: Victoria Preston 8th April 2012
I'm not a big lover of nuts or anything like that so in stead of putting them in i like to break up little pieces of chocolate and stir it into the finished mixture before putting it in the oven. It's so nice! Honestly, any chocolate lover will really enjoy it.
Name: Lucy And Lucie 7th June 2012
THEY WERE GOOOOOOOOEY AND FAB! THANKS.
Name: Sarah Roberts 7th January 2013
Is it the same temperature for a fan assisted oven? Thanks. OK, we don't have a fan oven but having asked around we are told that if you are using a fan oven reduce the cooking temperature by 20C less than the recipe states and keep the same cooking time. We can't promise this but hope the advice helps. The Cookit Team
Name: Michilin CHief 6th June 2013
they were sticky assssssssss, thanks
Name: Lilley 28th June 2014
they were yuck!!!!!!!!
Name: Paige 20th February 2019
Tasty looked amazing it was way to chewy

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