To Get Fudgier Brownies, Use the Right Fat Ratio

Ratio of ingredients has the power to change the texture and taste of brownies. 

This pertains especially to different cocoa powders and the amount of sugar used. 

So, if you are keen on making super fudgy brownies that are both dense and rich, it is key to have a higher fat-to-sugar ratio, as well as less flour and fewer eggs.

The baking temperature should also be kept low so that you achieve the moist texture you desire.

Another point to note with fudgy brownies is that they should be made with more chocolate, ideally a combination of cocoa powder and melted chocolate. 

The bake time varies between 30 to 35 minutes at temperatures between 325 and 350 degrees Fahrenheit till every part of the brownie is completely cooked.

Those who like their brownies chewy on the inside and crispy and firm on the outside should opt for a high sugar-to-fat ratio instead of the other way around.