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Truffle Brownies

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A layer of glossy ganache gives these brownies an air of sophistication (but kids will still clamor for a slice).

Source: Martha Stewart Living, February 2004
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Refrigerate, covered, for up to two days. Bring to room temperature before serving. You can also make the brownies in an eight-inch square baking pan (prepare pan as directed in step one of Double-Chocolate Brownies).

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  • claudinemarsh
    15 FEB, 2011
    I made these brownies for Valentine's Day 2011. AWESOME! They are delicious. If you love chocolate, this is for you. They came out exactly like the picture.
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  • claudinemarsh
    15 FEB, 2011
    I made these brownies for Valentine's Day 2011. AWESOME! They are delicious. If you love chocolate, this is for you. They came out exactly like the picture.
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  • caronwilliams
    4 MAR, 2010
    Is is just me or does the photograph make this dessert look slightly red or burgundy? Not like "red velvet" but not just plain brown either.
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  • reginay
    16 OCT, 2008
    very yummy, but i prefer my brownies to be less light, so the second time i made them i added a bit more flour and didn't beat the eggs for quite as long. they were delicious!
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  • awien
    4 AUG, 2008
    hi martha,thanks for ths recipe...i made this for my husband birthday on april..we love it so much...its more better than malaysian brownies..this more sweet and have a fabalous taste....love u martha...;-)
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  • MS10843995
    4 FEB, 2008
    I made these while watching the Super Bowl game. It was easy to make with so many commercials!! It takes a couple of hours, but they were worth the wait. They tasted like a $15 desert that you would buy in a fancy restaurant. Excellent choice for entertaining. Perfect, creamy truffle ganache taste. I would highly recommend these. I really wouldn't call them brownies though, more of a to die for, very, very, rich chocolate cake.
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  • KWLaVohn
    17 JAN, 2008
    I made these for valentine's day last year. They are worth the work if you are a true chocolate lover. My husband and son LOVED them.
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  • Stephster81
    13 JAN, 2008
    very good, very rich. the only bad thing is that you need time to make it because there is much wait time between phases.
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