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Decedent Chocolate Brownie Puddle Tart

Adapted from The Pie and Pastry Bible by Rose Levy Beranbaum
Serves 10 or more

Decedent hardly describes this dessert. It is so chocolaty. So smooth. So nutty (the pecans). And sooooooo delicious.
If you make this, be sure to cut very small slices. It is so rich that no one can eat a big slice of this tart.
The ganache puddles are a wonderful surprise. Try it frozen or chilled if you like your brownies chewy or leave them out at room temperature for a softer, creamier texture.
If you like chocolate, you’ll love this tart. But, if you make it, get the good chocolate. You will not be sorry.

Note: This looks like a long recipe with lots of steps. In reality, it is not hard to make.

Recipe follows.

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