By 917807 on August 12, 2008
Photo by aseg21
Photo by aseg21
"I loved this when we visited the Melting Pot so I tracked it down and placed it on here"
Serving Size: 1 (143 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Made this tonight for my husband's birthday and everyone LOVED it! Forget the dippers...we could have poured in into glasses and drank it! So incredibly good! Thank you for the recipe! :)"
"Hi! I reviewed this yesterday (5 stars) since I've made it several times using the Melting Pot's BF Fondue recipe which I happened to misplace & printed this one out (same name, ingreds.). However, last night I made it again using this recipe & realized why "luvtocook" gave it a 1 star! This recipe says to use 1 oz of slurry w/4 oz of white choc...which I did & it was just solid/hard! Then I remembered that's not what my original recipe said to do! Since I couldn't remember exactly how much slurry it said to pour in, I just warmed it back up & kept pouring it in until it seemed "dip-able." I ended up just pouring the whole thing into the chocolate & it was just like my other recipe...absolutely delicious!! We always have a choc. fondue & this one & last night we decided to just have this one from now on!"
"This worked out amazing! It was so easy to make,and so delicious... I had this at a chain called Simply Fondue a few weeks ago, and I had to make it for everyone!!! And I am so glad that it came out so well! The only issue we had was we couldn't flambÃ© because we didn't have the right proof of rum to do it. Con: The Slurry make way more than you need! We did 8 servings... and we have a tub of slurry left over... I know it's good for 7 days, but this is sweet... you don't want to eat this for the next 7 days!!! And its such a waste of all the ingredients to make so much slurry to toss out... groceries are expensive !!! We dipped... marshmellows, pound cake, rice crispies, banana, and strawberries... the strawberries were one of the best!"
"I just couldn't get this to work out. I tried twice, but both times, as soon as I added the slurry, the white chocolate turned to a dry, hard ball. Not sure if this because the slurry was cold???"