Have made one of these before and it was lovely. now I can't find my recipe and cant rember how. Can anyone help me? I remember I used a block of chocolate and cream?? anything else and method? My fondue set just uses a tealight candle for heating.
Sep 12, 2:36am
Hi.. I did a search - search bar to the left.. and found this.. I would think you could leave out the liqueur and you could use a different type of chocolate.. it sounds delicious..
Chocolate & Hazelnut Fondue.
1/2C cream 250g flavoured chocolate can use cadbury hazelnut , chopped 2T chocolate liqueur Continental biscuits, cherries and strawberries to serve.
Pour the cream into a heavy based pan. Add chocolate and heat gently, stirring until smooth. Stir in liqueur. Place the sauce in a bowl over a candle warmer if you have one and serve with the biscuits and berries.
Quote fruitluva2 (0 )2:52 pm, Wed 6 Jan #264
I'd make the recipe, pour it while still hot into the fondue pot, then keep warm there..
I had a chocolate fondue in a Hamilton restaurant recently - they had small dishes with the chocolate sauce in on a platter, surrounded by a range of fruits.. nashi, apple and pear slices, orange (wedges with skin partly removed), strawberries, pineapple, and marshmallows and the little square caramel lollies with a white stripe in the middle - I think they're available at supermarket pick-your-own lollies sections.. it was truly delicious.. :-)
Sep 12, 9:28am
A caramel sauce might be nice too -
Heat in a jug in the microwave - 1 cup cream, 1/2 cup brown sugar and 25gms butter - stir well - done!
Mar 14, 3:19am
thanks for your help
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