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Table of Contents:
- What can I use instead of kirsch in fondue?
- What meat is best for fondue?
- What do you use for a fondue burner?
- What is the cleanest burning alcohol?
- Can you use rubbing alcohol in an alcohol burner?
- Can you use a candle for fondue?
- How do you refill a fondue burner?
- How much fondue fuel do I need?
- How do you clean a fondue burner?
- Can you use white spirit for fondue?
- What do you need for fondue?
- How long does chocolate fondue last?
- Why is my chocolate fondue lumpy?
- How do you keep melted chocolate from getting hard?
What can I use instead of kirsch in fondue?
This traditional cheese fondue recipe features both Emmental and Gruyère cheeses as well as a type of brandy called Kirschwasser (also called Kirsch), which is made from cherries. If you can't find Kirschwasser, you can substitute brandy or cognac.
What meat is best for fondue?
The best meats for fondue are red meats, namely beef cuts like tenderloin and sirloin. However, pork, chicken, and even seafood are also great options.
What do you use for a fondue burner?
- alcohol fondue burner unit. ...
- Alcohol fuel- Use only Denatured alcohol or isopropyl alcohol.
- Uses: Any fondue, cheese, chocolate, oil or broth. ...
- Heat Duration: 3 ounces on High will burn approximately 90 minutes.
- Other Features: Generally safe and easily obtained at most hardware stores or grocery stores.
What is the cleanest burning alcohol?
Ethanol (ethyl alcohol or grain alcohol) is what we consume in beer, wine, and liquor. Pure ethanol burns the cleanest of any fuel, but is expensive and hard to find.
Can you use rubbing alcohol in an alcohol burner?
Isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol) is an acceptable cooking fuel. It may be purchased in 70 percent, 91 percent, and 99 percent strengths. The higher the percentage of alcohol, the better the alcohol will burn. Isopropyl alcohol produces a yellow sooty flame and does not burn as cleanly as the above fuels.
Can you use a candle for fondue?
Some votive candle brands discourage the use of their candles with fondue pots. While heat from a candle flame might be sufficient to keep chocolate fondue warm, it won't generate enough heat to keep oil bubbly for cooking pieces of meat.
How do you refill a fondue burner?
Fill the burner base with 2 to 3 ounces of fuel. Use 2 ounces for 1 hour of burning time, and up to 3 ounces for 1 hour and 30 minutes. Place the burner cover on top of the base, and set the burner firmly on the fondue stand. Then remove the burner cover.
How much fondue fuel do I need?
Do not overfill the alcohol burner. Use no more than 3 fluid ounces of denatured alcohol, or liquid fondue fuel, to fill your burner. More alcohol may cause excessive flames. 3 ounces will burn approximately 90 minutes. If less time is required, use 2 ounces of fuel.
How do you clean a fondue burner?
Wash the fondue pot, splatter shield, and forks by hand with warm soapy water. Do not use a scouring pad. Towel-dry thoroughly right away. Wipe down the stand, burner, and base with a damp towel.
Can you use white spirit for fondue?
Yep, you will gas yourselves with white spirit as it burns with a really thick oily smoke. What about tea lights? You know those wee candles in tin pots? You only need enough heat to keep stuff warm for an hour or so with a fondue, don`t you?
What do you need for fondue?
Each guest will need the following fondue utensils:
- A long fondue fork (skewer) that is typically provided when you purchase a fondue pot. ...
- A plate for the cooked foods and (if appropriate) a plate for uncooked foods.
- A regular dinner fork for eating cooked food. ...
How long does chocolate fondue last?
It can be made 3-4 days in advance, then cooled and chilled before being reheated. It can also be frozen for up to 1 month then thawed in the refrigerator overnight before using. A ganache mixture is a little easier to use than just plain melted chocolate as the cream helps to stabilize the chocolate a bit.
Why is my chocolate fondue lumpy?
The sugar dissolves in that bit of liquid added to the chocolate and turns into gooey syrup on which cocoa particles stick. It all forms a thick and lumpy mass that separates from the cocoa butter. The separated cocoa butter gives the mass its oily appearance.
How do you keep melted chocolate from getting hard?
Before you melt your chocolate, add a little vegetable oil. This will keep your chocolate from drying out. It can also fix slightly overheated chocolate! Vegetable oil is my life saver and I rarely melt chocolate without it!
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