“Chocolate fondue? On a camp fire?”
6 handfuls of chocolate bits or chips
6 dashes cream, fruit of your choice (e.g. apples, bananas, strawberries, etc.)
a cast-iron pot
some empty tins (rinsed out)
You heard it right: outdoor chocolate fondue. How cool can you get?
Good news: this may be one of the easiest recipes in the entire series. You don’t need a lot of ingredients or equipment, it’s not a lot of work and the result is (almost) always a smash hit. And you have to admit that there is hardly anything more fun than building a fire at night or heating up the barbecue to enjoy a basic chocolate fondue together while the sun goes down. Now, isn’t that cosy?
- Start the fire on your Barbecook Junko.
- Hang the mess tin or pot over the fire.
- Place the tins in the cast-iron pot. Put the chocolate and the cream in the tins.
- Pour a little water into the pot to create a sort of bain-marie.
- Occasionally stir the mixture in the tins until the chocolate is melted.
- Meanwhile, cut the fruit into pieces. Thread it onto skewers.
- Remove the tins from the pot (using the tongs). Stir once more.
- Dip the fruit into the chocolate. (But you know what to do, don’t you? :))