Brownies are my favorite part of a holiday, and one of my most favorite treats ever.
The idea of making a fudge version of these brownies would make my heart race, but then again, I have no idea how anyone could resist them.
I am a perfectionist and know that every recipe is different, so I decided to make one for myself.
If you’re looking for a perfect recipe for a brownie or a chocolate chip brownie you’ll be pleased to know that this one is no exception.
But what makes these brownie fudge prawn brownies so special is the recipe itself.
The prawns are marinated in an egg white sauce before being fried to give them a crisp, crisp texture.
I had a hard time deciding on what to do with the prawn, so we decided to fry them for a minute or two before adding them to the brownie batter.
This is what the final result looks like.
The prawn marinade helps give the brownies a crisp texture that is reminiscent of a prawn fry, so this is the perfect way to get started.
You can either marinate them for 1 hour, or let them marinate for 2 hours and let them cook for an hour.
I would suggest letting them marinate for at least an hour before serving them, because the marinades can become a little soggy.
To serve the brownied prawn fried brownies, we made a few more marinading additions.
First, we added more flour to the batter, but this is optional, and you can leave it out if you prefer.
We also added 1/4 cup of brown sugar to the recipe.
I also added some chocolate chips to the puddings and baked them in the oven for about 30 minutes.
The final result is one of the most amazing brownies I have ever made, and the combination of the marinated prawn and brown sugar adds a bit of sweetness to the dish.
It makes for a very decadent dessert.
I have a hard-on for brownies these days, so when I hear a restaurant or cafe sells brownies for $1.99, I am definitely not going to pass up the chance to make them at home.
If brownies are your thing, these brownied brownies should make a great addition to any holiday celebration. Enjoy!