|08-23-2005, 07:19 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2005
I made this at the restaurant I work at the other day.
This is easier to do if you have two 8" springform pans. You could use cake pans with some parchment paper and a little more work.
Your gonna need:
2 pkgs triple chocolate chunk brownie mix (and stuff to make em eggs, oil, water)
6 cups chocolate chips (separated)
1 can sweetened condensed milk
1.5 tsp vanilla extract
3 Tbs Crisco
OK make the brownies according to the box's instructions but using parchment paper on the bottom, and the 8" round pans instead of the square ones recomended and bake till done. When they come out of the oven ring the sides with a knife and allow to cool completely.
If you try this with cake pans, get the brownies out whole and set aside.
In a double boiler melt 3 cups of the chocolate chips stirring occasionaly. When melted
stir in the sweetened condensed milk and vanilla.
SPRINGFORM VERSION: pour fudge right on top of one of the brownies, smooth out a bit with a spatula. Get the other brownie out of the pan, flip it upside down and place on top of the fudge in same pan and press lightly, remove parchment from the now upside down brownie and refrigerate for 2 hrs. Remove from springform and place on a cooling rack that can fit in a high sided cookie sheet
Cake pan version: Pour fudge into a, well sprayed and lined with parchment, cake pan and refrigerate till hard. When firmed up enough (about 1 hr?) remove from pan. I used springforms as I said so I'm kinda guessing about how to accomplish this in this manner. Assemble the 3 pieces (brownie fudge brownie) and place on a cooling rack that canfit in a high sided cookie sheet.
Take the remaing 3 cups of chocolate chips and crisco and melt in a double boiler stirring occasionaly until fully melted. Pour on top of brownie and using a spatula make gentle circles on the top so that the chocolate will just pour over the sides and coat the brownie completely. Refrigerate! Serve or eat by self
This thing is really rich so a .25" thick slice is more than enough. Having a lot of milk close by is a good idea too! And as far as the name, I made this up as I went along, 'Chocolate Artillery' was one of the joke names we came up with. There was also 'A Brownie Too Far' and 'Full Chocolate Jacket'.
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