To make these brownies I whisk dry ingredients, melt chocolate with butter, and then whisk eggs and sugar into the melted chocolate. I do feel they eggs are thoroughly incorporated before I move to the next step, and I test the chocolate to make sure it is hot when I add them, but the recipe always comes out with egg bits in the brownies. It's the Baked recipe from the Baked cookbook. I have made these about 10 times, and it always happens! I love the brownies and they are still very tasty, but it's embarrasing to have those egg bits in them. Does anyone know what I'm doing wrong???
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