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Old 02-06-2013, 14:02   #1
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http://theboatgalley.com/brownies-in...tove-top-oven/

I really needed one if these!

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Old 02-06-2013, 14:30   #2
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Re: Home made bronies frim the stove top

awesome. i make mine in a heavy covered fry-pan on stovetop---they are cookie size and do the trick. good with cranberries in em, also.
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Do you use a wrought iron pan ?

Would you share your recipe
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Re: Home made bronies frim the stove top

We don't have an oven, but we can make brownies in our barbecue.
We put one round aluminum pan inside another with a bit of lightly crinkled aluminum foil between the pans to even out the cooking.
With the barbecue turned down as low as possible, we occasionally turn the pan a bit because of uneven flame pattern.
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Re: Home made bronies frim the stove top

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Do you use a wrought iron pan ?

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i do not use my cast iron pan for brownies, i do use a heavy aluminum one with a transparent cover and teflon coating. these are not for the feint of heart.

i use a brownie mix, add cranberries and use the requisite number of eggs and oil or butter, and i drop em into the preheated fry pan and cook for th elength of time required on box--betty crocker is good..then i add 5-10 mins and watch to make sure tops dry some before removal--i like to test one small one for done-ness before committing to removal from pan...

for excitement i change the box flavor by adding liqueur of choice instead of water.....lol...amaretto, grand marniere, something--mebbe creme de cassis....

hint--the liqueur removes the box flavor from the mix....betty crocker is available in west coast mexico as well as usa...
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Liquor? Wow! I'm going to have to try it

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Re: Home made bronies frim the stove top

I too use heavy, cast aluminum for stovetop baking. When you have a small burner, such as my Primus, hot spots develop in cast iron and you don't get the even baking you can get with cast aluminum. Cast iron is good for large burners such as wood or diesel stove and for the oven.
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