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How to Host a Fondue Party, Fondue Party

How to Host a Fondue Party, Fondue Party - Hosting a fondue party can be great fun for you and your friends. Unique food makes for an entertaining time.

Gather your ingredients for your fondue "sauce" and fondue "dippers." Please see the above ingredients under the section "things you'll need."

Cut your fondue "dippers" into small pieces so they will easily fit onto the fondue forks- be sure to NOT cut the pieces too small or too large, if you do this the dipper could actually fall off your fondue fork into the sauce.

To make a basic Chocolate fondue sauce combine 12 ounces of plain chocolate (white, milk, or dark), breaking the chocolate into pieces in the fondue pot. Note: If you want to purchase chocolate chips instead of breaking the chocolate into pieces this is an option.

How to Host a Fondue Party

Add 10 ounces of double cream per 12 ounces of chocolate.

Continually stir the fondue sauce until it is completely melted. Note: If you find your fondue is too thick, add more cream. If you find your fondue is too thin, add more chocolate.

To spice up your fondue add two tablespoons of a flavored liqueur- orange, raspberry, vanilla, etc. Note: This is an optional step.

Keep the fondue pot at a sustaining heat to ensure the fondue does not thicken up too much, form a skin, or become too runny

How to Host a Fondue Party, Fondue Party


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