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I have a Bella Cucina Chocolate Fountain that does not have a manual. I need to know how much chocolate and oil to use.

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Three cups of chocolate chips to 3/4 cups of veg oil

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Please could I have Ice cream recipes Thank you thank you


Ingredients:
5 egg yolks,
1 pint (500ml) milk,
1/2 pint (250ml) double/heavy cream,
2 oz (50g) sugar,
150g (6 oz) milk chocolate cut into small squares

Create a custard base and at the point where you remove the saucepan from the heat, carefully drop in the squares of real chocolate. Stir to allow to melt and then leave the custard to cool. Then chill the custard until it's really cold. Once chilled, mix until slushy. Add the cream (whipped) and make sure it mixes in well. Transfer the mixture in an ice cream maker and freeze according to the manufacturer's instructions.
Instead of using wafers, you can make your own chocolate chip cookies- they make great ice cream sandwiches.
Thank u and if u want more recipes contact me . (^ _^)

Apr 29, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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I am looking for the recipe for the chocolate fountain. What is the ratio of chocolate chips to oil?


You can buy special chocolate fountain chocolate to use, or you can just use standard milk / dark chocolate chips and add 1/2 a cup of good vegetable or coconut oil for every pound (16 Oz) of chocolate.

There are many different variations on the recipe and you can Google CHOCOLATE FOUNTAIN RECIPE to get an idea of the many different options which include adding cream or liqueur.

Basically you just want to melt your chocolate on the stove in a double boiler if possible.
If you use a microwave, then carefully heat only on low power and stir after every minute.

Pour the melted chocolate into the fountain base and turn on the fountain for a few minutes. Then shut it off for a minute to allow it to vent any air and restart.

You can always add a little more oil to the recipe if the chocolate does not flow properly.

Good luck and enjoy.

Apr 23, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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Chocolate became too thick I have been told to add a litle oil would this help?


When I get that trouble, I add some more double cream! Lovelly!!

Feb 21, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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What does it mean by 1/3 expresso, 1/3 steam milk and 1/3 frothed milk? 1/3 cup...1/3 teaspoon??????? New to this. what are measurements


i'm sure it is referring to total volume, that being 1/3 of your total is expresso, 1/3 of total volume is steamed milk, etc etc. it is not really a measurement but a ratio of the different components of the drink you are making, example,,, chocolate milk might be 1/4 chocolate and 3/4 milk. if you were making it it would take 1/4 of the "mug" you ar using filled with chocolate, the rest or 3/4 filled with milk. make sense?

Jan 17, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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I have lost my manual for the peppermint Bon Jour hot chocolate maker. Can u send me a few basic recipes? I could not locate them online.


http://www.ciao.co.uk/Cookingtime_Meyer_Bonjour_Round_Hot_Chocolate_Maker_White__7115124

Maybe they will send you a manual?

Dec 28, 2010 | Microwave Ovens

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I have a CFF-600 chocolate fountain. I have misplaced the cord. How can I get a new cord?


If you were to log on to the manufacturer's web site, I think you will be pleasantly surprised as usually one is able to download, by model number, Customer Instruction Manuals, and a list of Dealers for spare parts, as required.

Just Google the manufacturer's name and follow the links. Make certain you are directed to the manufacturer's web site as some search engines direct you to other sites and they charge for the information that is normally free of charge.

I hope this helps.


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Manual bella cucina bread maker


Need a Manual for a Balla Cucina Bread Maker model number XBM1018. Where can I get one?
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Aug 22, 2010 | Microwave Ovens

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I have a sharp carosel and tried to microwave bitter chocolate in it like many times before... it arched... I contacted Baker Chocolate and they said to put it in a bowl on a plate - did this many times;...


NEVER put anything metal in the microwave. If your chocolate was in aluminum foil no wonder it arced. That is very hard on the microwave.

If the metal were in PERFECT contact, then it would not arc, however that condition is unlikely. Just touching doesn't count... If it was welded and could not touch other metal or the walls, you MIIGHT get away with it.

When Baker told you to put it in a bowl, that MEANS the bare chocolate.

ALSO NEVER put bowls that have metalic trim as the trim will arc to itself.

Dec 27, 2009 | Sharp Microwave Ovens

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