Do you have a favorite dessert? A favorite restaurant?
When it comes to North Carolina, the Angus Barn is one of the highlights.
Every one who eats here falls in love with a simple piece of chocolate chess pie. But unlike other chefs and restaurants, the Angus Barn proudly presents each guest with a copy of the recipe. How much more could you ask? This pie is extremely simple to make, and isn’t fancy at all. But, chocolate lovers beware, you will become addicted to the rich, smooth texture, with a slight crunch. Trust me, you need to try this.
~Once the chocolate and butter are melted together & the sugar and egg mixture is smooth, begin by slightly tempering the egg mixture with some of the chocolate. (this ensures you don’t end up with scrambled eggs when the hot chocolate mixes with the egg)
~Add more chocolate slowly, continuing to mix it.
~Keep adding until all chocolate is in the egg mixture.
~Thoroughly mix ingredients together.
~Pour mixture into pie shell.
~Bake in 350° oven for 35 minutes