Salt Slab Chocolate Brownie S’MoresSteven Raichlen
Salt Slab Chocolate Brownie S’Mores
- Active Prep: 10 minutes
- Grill Time: 6 to 10 minutes
- Yield: Serves 6 and can be multiplied as desired
- Method: Salt slab grilling (indirect grilling)
- Equipment: Can be grilled over charcoal or gas. You also need a salt slab for grilling and 1 cup unsoaked wood chips.
- 6 excellent chocolate brownies (each about 3 by 4 inches)
- 6 fresh mint leaves, rolled and thinly slivered, or 2 tablespoons creme de menthe liqueur (optional)
- 6 squares (each about 2 by 3 inches) super premium chocolate bar
- 6 rectangular marshmallows (each about 2 by 3 inches) or conventional marshmallows, cut in half lengthwise
- Flaky salt, preferably Maldon, for serving (optional)
Step 1: Brush or scrape the grill grate clean; there’s no need to oil it. Set up your grill for indirect grilling and heat slowly to medium-high. Gradually heat the salt slab at the same time.
Step 2: Lay the slivered mint leaves atop the brownies or sprinkle the brownies with creme de menthe, if using. Lay a square of chocolate on top, and top with a marshmallow.
Step 3: Arrange the marshmallow-topped brownies on the hot salt slab. Add the wood chips to the coals or to your grill’s smoker box and lower the lid. Smoke-roast the s’more brownies until the marshmallows are sizzing and browned, 6 to 10 minutes. Transfer to plates or bowls or serve them right off the salt slab, sprinkled with flaky salt, if using.
Tip – Warning
Do not make this recipe in cold weather. Hot salt slabs have been known to crack or explode when exposed to cold air.
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