Next time, I would spread it out thin on a larger metal pan. And if it did not look like it was cooking properly, I would scramble it up, as I am fairly (to midlin'ly) satisfied with the crumbles as they are.
- 1 Stick Butter
- 8 Squares 72% Chocolate
- Melted in Pot
- 1 Cup Sugar
- ¼ Powdered Sugar
- ¾ Dark Brown Sugar
- The Powdered was more of a use it or lose it situation.
- 1 Egg
- The classic recipe calls for [?].
- ¼ Cup Flour
- This is [<,=,>,?] than the classic recipe.
- It's minimal and perhaps unimportant considering what I am now trying to achieve.
- As such, it might not need any flour... or egg.
- I suppose if I try this again, I'll need to decide whether I want a praline or a crumble.
- Praline: No Egg, No Flour
- Crumble: More Flour
- Two Cups Chopped Walnuts
- This, too, is [<,=,>,?] than the classic recipe.
- Part of the reason for trying this recipe at this particular point in time was to use up a surplus of Chopped Walnuts.
I'm thinking 30min at 350°, mixing, swirling, or turning, as appropriate.
350° got the mixture to bubbling, giving an effect I liked, but basically causing it to burn in the end. So, if that doesn't work next time (both assuming there will be a next time and a time after that), I'll drop the temperature to 325°.
But then, who really knows, as I have gone and used up that surplus of Chopped Walnuts that was lying about.
As stated, these were burnt. But I like butter, sugar, and chocolate. And I have been eating a lot of Trail Mix (please, call it Gorp), as of late. And this made a very good inclusion.