From: Ruth Heiges Date: Mon, 22 Jul 1996 14:26:27 +0300 (IDT) I found this recently on rec.food.recipes. It fits the bill for both "9 days" recipes and for limiting time in the kitchen, let alone heating it up further with the oven. Whats more, I never bother anymore with melting chocolate on the stove; only use the microwave. (Experiment with 30-second periods in the microwave, stirring after each period, until you find the right amount of time for your microwave oven. If youre not cautious and patient, you might destroy the chocolate. Also bear in mind that chocolate chips are more resistant to melting than bar chocolate.) It would appear to me that the mini-marshmallows would be optional for those who cannot find kosher ones ("But then it wouldnt be genuine rocky road," you say?) Line a 8-inch square baking pan with plastic wrap. Combine chocolate chips and milk in heavy saucepan; cook over low heat until chips melt, stirring occasionally. Combine wafer crumbs, powdered sugar, marshmallows, 1/4 c. peanuts, and salt in a large bowl; stir until blended. Stir chocolate mixture into crumb mixture. Press into lined pan. Sprinkle with remaining peanuts and M&Ms. Cover with plastic wrap, pressing peanuts and M&Ms into brownies. Refrigerate at least 2 hours. Cut into squares. JEWISH-FOOD digest 270 From the Jewish Food recipe list. Downloaded from Glens MM Recipe Archive, G Internet.
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