For dessert my Mexican Rhubarb Chocolate Chunk Brownies, fudgy, brownie spiced with chilly and cinnamon swirl of homemade rhubarb compote and studded with semi sweet chocolate chips. Amazing!
I’m making these killer chocolate brownies with this rhubarb but I’m using some really nice dark rum to go into it just a kind of give it a little of that rich flavor. Definitely I know the key is using a good vanilla. So about a teaspoon of that. There we go just a touch, let me throw just a little mix on this. Now I creamed the butter and the sugar, I added two eggs, one at a time. That’s good let’s get some flour going here. I need about three quarters of a cup, so I’ll actually measure things properly. Get them into the sifters so I can mix things together, combine together when they go into the bowl about a half cup here and a little bit of the leavening agent here, a little baking powder about a half a teaspoon on that, here we go and here we go . This is a cool one, who doesn’t like chocolate in New Mexico chili. It’s got a little bit of spice two but it’s smoky, goes hand in hand. This is actually what you see, sometimes the people say, they’re putting chili powder on something that like in their coco. This is the chili. So about a tablespoon of that and just a little touch of some cinnamon and again my précised measuring techniques here on JBB and just a touch of salt always needs out a little balanced.
Shake this out, and go. Done with that, powder everywhere, now let’s go over here and check this out. The rhubarb I went and took the strings of the back a kind of the fibers pieces, a little bit of water and some sugar and check this out. Look what happened cooked all the way down. Now if you find you get some big chunks you can go ahead and puree that, you’ll heat in a food processor but I’m in good shape.
Here unsweetened chocolate and bitter sweet chocolate melted down nice and evenly together. I’m going to combine these two together, nice and hot. You know, I’ll fold all this in by hand if you want but I’ve got the mixture here and that’s already dirty why not just do it.
I’ll tell you while that’s going in with my powdered mixture the flour and the cinnamon, New Mexico chili, salt, baking powder nice and easy but that kind of go just a little bit, stop it some crunchiness of the walnuts with a little bit of salt and then of course you got to have more chocolate and brownies, right, at least that what hundreds tells me.
So we’ll pop some of these bad boys in, all right. Okay here we go. Put this down and I got my other preheated at 350 degrees and these will go in right on that well let’s say about let’s see about 35 minutes.