Taking your guests' culinary preferences into consideration when planning a menu for any occasion is critical. To appease the taste buds of the majority of their guests, many hosts prefer to choose dishes that are instant crowd-pleasers. One such decadent indulgence that is nearly universally adored is chocolate. A chocolate fondue can be a tremendous hit for practically any occasion, whether it's a small gathering or an intimate meal for two.
On a relaxing evening, your guests may gather around a pot of molten chocolate and spend a few joyful hours dipping in nuts and fruit to savour the goodness of chocolate. 150 grammes dark chocolate, 120 grammes milk chocolate, and 3/4 cup full cream milk are required to make a wonderful pot of chocolate fondue. Before you start, make sure you have 1 tablespoon butter, 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract, and a sprinkle of gritty sea salt on available. All you have to do now is follow the simple three-step recipe provided below.
Chocolate for the fondue
To begin, prepare cubed sponge cake, fruit, and other elements to dip into the fondue. So chop some kiwi and bananas; you may also have blackberries, strawberries, and cherries along with salty crackers or Oreos to dip in.
Next, dice the chocolate and add it to a small (microwave-safe) bowl along with the milk and butter. Now microwave it for a couple of minutes till it gently melts.
the process of making chocolate fondue
Mix the contents of the bowl and then add the vanilla and salt. Your fondue is now ready to serve.
making chocolate fondue
Pro Tip: You may reheat the fondue for a few seconds, should it start to thicken too much. Enjoy!