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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
you need about 2/3 cup of oil to 1 bag of chocolate chips (i think we use about 3 bags). In a bowl with the oil and chocoloate chips, melt them in the microwave about a minute at a time until its all liquid DO NOT over cook the chocolate chips in the microwave, they will scorch. Once melted pour into the fountain and turn it on. I would do one bag at a time. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
Most of this machines have a bowl at the bottom, and 2 or 3 plates above it with a tube in the middle, if it does look like this first melt some choocolate and put it in the bowl at the bottom. dont start the machine yet!! fill the bowl to about 1 cm under the top of it, then turn the machine on, after a few (1 - 10) seconds the chocolate comes out on the top of the upper plate and pours down over the plates below it, back into the bowl underneath it.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
Experiment with it. Start with just a little oil and periodically add more until it flows properly. Be sure it sets up when it gets cool, if it doesn't you have to much oil.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
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Feb 25, 2013 | Cooking
Chocolate fountain machines have become very popular lately at parties and events. They are basically fountains that have liquid chocolate running out of the spouts. Usually fruit, marshmallows etc are placed on sticks nearby and guests can dip their chosen item into the flowing chocolate. It's pretty cool.
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