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Ok so I know that they are supposed to look a bit 'undone' when cooked.

But these are positively runny.

What shall I do?


Take them out?

5 more minutes?

Cadbury Thu 18-Sep-08 17:02:26

are they set in any part?

Yes all round the edge, but th centre is ruuny.

Cadbury Thu 18-Sep-08 17:03:35

If it is set around the edges but it wobbles slightly in the middle when you move it, they can come out, but if they move all over, they need longer. How long have the been in?

Cadbury Thu 18-Sep-08 17:04:00

2 more mins then check again.

Twiglett Thu 18-Sep-08 17:05:23

top should lighten a little and crack

30 mins at gas 4.

Very wobbly in the middle?

Dammit the ingredients very expensive, don't want to bugger them up.

recipe says 25 mins.....

Going to check for cracking......

No cracking, have had nearly 35 mins now.

50 minutes, still not cooked?

northernrefugee39 Thu 18-Sep-08 17:18:53

Because they have melted real choc and butter, they will set as they cool.....the eggy bit will deffo be cooked after 35.
Are they ok?
Let us know?

Ok have taken them out, after an hour.

Hope they arer ok, panicing slightly.

Cadbury Thu 18-Sep-08 17:29:59

Are you sure your oven is working? It shouldn't take that much more than recommended in the recipe. I know I always add 10 mins to every recipe I use but that's becasue my oven is dreadful.

Cadbury Thu 18-Sep-08 17:31:07

don't panic though - they will be delicious, cooked or not. If, somehow, they haven't set by the time they are cool, it will be fantastic on ice cream [looking on he brightside emoticon]

Aero Thu 18-Sep-08 17:35:44

Despite Cadbury's 'dreadful' oven, she does indeed make the best cakes in it! An expert in brownie making! grin

What about overcooked?

As I think they are.

Damn. sad

No still liquid in the middle.

Oh well. <sigh>

northernrefugee39 Thu 18-Sep-08 19:42:37

How very most peculiar,that is unbelievable - after that long..hmm

DisasterAreaIsOffToCostaRica Thu 18-Sep-08 19:42:41

mmmmmm can i have one? i love undercooked cake. all puddingy and gooey.
put in large bowl with loads of cream.

aaahhhh. heaven - almost orgasmic salivating deliciousness.

Cadbury Thu 18-Sep-08 20:06:55

have you left them to cool in the tin?

My guess would be your oven, or maybe the mixture was too runny.

What recipe were you using?

twoluvlykids Thu 18-Sep-08 20:09:47

are they edible?

i won't make you jealous, will i, if i tell you mine have just turned out perfick (as usual)

Twiglett Thu 18-Sep-08 21:29:10

soggy brownie mix makes a good filling for a Victoria Sponge cake .. alongside whipped cream of course

too many eggs?

fishie Thu 18-Sep-08 21:31:12

too much fat? what sort of choc have you used? they will prob set but might be greasy.

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