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Old 04-04-2006, 12:55 PM   #1
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Fixing undercooked brownies

I was making a batch of brownies and wasn't there when they came out. My sibling who took it out didn't check if it was done, and it cooled completely, still with a battery texture. Do I just put it in longer for it to finish cooking?

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I am not a baker, but my guess would be yes you can just stick them back in the oven.
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Old 04-04-2006, 01:28 PM   #3
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Par-Bake is a very common method of cooking bread to within 90-95% of completion and then quickly freezing the product.

You can put the brownies back in to finish baking and watch them carefully so as to not burn them. If they don't turn out what have you lost? I would guess that you would not eat them in the current pasty state.

The heat of re-baking should bring the internal temperature to at least 165 degrees so that you won't have to worry about the safety of the finished brownies.
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