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You could use whatever chocolate bar or chips you prefer. The darker the chocolate, the higher the percentage. I'd use semi-sweet or milk choc. Amazon sells 36% chocolate if you really want it. Looks like they're calling it milk chocolate.
Yes, broiler. Broiler on high is just being redundant. Adding cornstarch to plain (ap) flour lightens it to create cake flour.
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