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Any tips to make a memorable chocolate fondue?

A few days ago in a restaurant I ate chocolate strawberries and they were great! I had never tried them before! I'd like to make them by myself. Apart from buying good fruit, I think it's important to make a great chocolate cream. Do you know the secret to do that? Thanks a lot.

Thu, 02/05/2013 - 16:14

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Here there are the ingredients: 400g of plain chocolate, 300ml of fresh cream. Break the chocolate into small pieces and put it in a saucepan that you will set over a pan of simmering water. Turn continuously and gently with a wooden spoon, gradually adding the cream. Continue until you get a smooth, soft and smooth sauce. Now, you can pour it into a bowl and have fun choosing all the fruit and biscuits that you prefer!

Thu, 02/05/2013 - 18:02

If you love chocolate fondue I suggest you to try some original recipes. My favourite one is chilli chocolate fondue: you can do it just by melting some chilli chocolate or adding some hot chilli powder to the classic one. It's perfect for dipping exotic fruit or eaten with simple vanilla cream.

Another tasty alternative is to prepare orange chocolate fondue replacing the cream with fresh orange juice. Or try the brandy fondue: add a spoon of brandy or another sweet liqueur while the chocolate is melting.

 

Fri, 03/05/2013 - 10:19

If you want a spectacular result you might buy or hire a chocolate fountain. The chocolate is lifted from the base toward the top of the fountain and the fondue consequently falls down with a waterfall effect on the shelves below. I can ensure that it is a real temptation! Then you take your favourite cookies, strawberries and other fruit and dip them in the chocolate fondue. The price of chocolate fountains can be very convenient if you buy a small one. I've bought one spending only £ 20,00.

Fri, 03/05/2013 - 19:03

Here there are the ingredients: 400g of plain chocolate, 300ml of fresh cream. Break the chocolate into small pieces and put it in a saucepan that you will set over a pan of simmering water. Turn continuously and gently with a wooden spoon, gradually adding the cream. Continue until you get a smooth, soft and smooth sauce. Now, you can pour it into a bowl and have fun choosing all the fruit and biscuits that you prefer!

Thu, 02/05/2013 - 18:02

If you love chocolate fondue I suggest you to try some original recipes. My favourite one is chilli chocolate fondue: you can do it just by melting some chilli chocolate or adding some hot chilli powder to the classic one. It's perfect for dipping exotic fruit or eaten with simple vanilla cream.

Another tasty alternative is to prepare orange chocolate fondue replacing the cream with fresh orange juice. Or try the brandy fondue: add a spoon of brandy or another sweet liqueur while the chocolate is melting.

 

Fri, 03/05/2013 - 10:19

If you want a spectacular result you might buy or hire a chocolate fountain. The chocolate is lifted from the base toward the top of the fountain and the fondue consequently falls down with a waterfall effect on the shelves below. I can ensure that it is a real temptation! Then you take your favourite cookies, strawberries and other fruit and dip them in the chocolate fondue. The price of chocolate fountains can be very convenient if you buy a small one. I've bought one spending only £ 20,00.

Fri, 03/05/2013 - 19:03
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