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Chocolate fondue is probably easier to make than you realize. Take a look at this video that explains how you make it;
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOUeuLPkq_Y

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How to make a good chocolate fondue



There is nothing more fun than inviting a bunch of friends over, creating a wonderful chocolate fondue with a great selection of fruits and goodies to dip into it and then just enjoying yourself along with a nice glass of wine.

So here is a basic recipe for a good chocolate fondue;

12 ounces of dark chocolate (I prefer to use really good quality chocolate)
8 ounces of heavy cream
Pinch of salt (do not leave this out)
Things for dipping such as fruit, dried fruit, biscotti, bread, marshmallows.

Method:
Warm the cream gently over a medium heat. Do not boil the cream, just wait till you see tiny bubbles.
Add the chocolate and whisk until it is all mixed in.
Put the mixture into a fondue pot and heat it on a low flame.
Put the dippables onto a big plate with fondue forks etc and enjoy.

For a slight twist, add some alcohol such as Baileys irish cream to the chocolate mixture.

on Nov 21, 2013 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Anyone know any recipes for chocolate fondue?


Here is a recipe that i really like using for chocolate fondue. It's not complicated but keep an eye on the heat of the chocolate mixture;

http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/chocolate_fondue/

Feb 25, 2013 | Cooking

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What is a fondue? Someone at work spoke about it and i wasn't sure what it is.


Fondue is a dish that involves melted foods in a pot that is kept warm while other foods are dipped into the pot.
Traditionally it began with cheese but now chocolate fondues are incredibly popular too with people dipping fruit etc into the chocolate. some people even have hot oil fondues and use the hot oil to dip raw meat into the pot which is then cooked by the heat of the oil.

Jan 23, 2013 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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I just purchased a chocolate fondue fountain without a manual. where do I put the chocolate? How long does it take to heat?


Put the chocolate in the bottom. Read the box to make sure you don't have to use a specific kind of chocolate. Depending on how much chocolate you are heating and whether it is already liquid when cold would determine heating time but usually 15-20 minutes would be the minimum time.

Aug 19, 2010 | Helman Group Helman Black Chocolate Fondue...

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Hi! I lost the instructions and wanted the recipe for chocolate fondue for about 60 people. Thanks so much for your help.


With out without a fountain this link is pretty good. FYI One Pound of chocolate Fondue will feed 10 people grazing. So for 60 people you will need at least 6 lbs of dark chocolate.
Link:
http://www.ellenskitchen.com/bigpots/plan/chocfont.html

From the linked page....

MICROWAVING THE CHOCOLATE Pre-melting your chocolate or sauce recipe in a microwaveable zip-lock bag speeds the maintenance of the fountain. The chocolate MUST be placed in the microwave in the bag with the proper amount of oil added (a good estimate is 1/2 cup of vegetable oil per 5 pounds of high quality chocolate) on medium power for 3 minutes. Then the chocolate should be stirred by smashing the bag around- hold in oven gloves, it will be hot- or with a rubber scraper and put back in the microwave. Microwave again on low power for an additional one to three minutes. Carefully pour the melted chocolate into the preheated fountain, preheated 3-5 minutes at 100 °.
Any blackening of the chocolate hints that it is burnt, if this occurs, discard it. It will spoil the entire batch.

Check out the fruits recommendations of the same link too!

Jun 23, 2010 | Sephra Elite Chocolate Fondue Fountain

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