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CHOCOLATE 35" FOUNTAIN Multi-Tier

Where to find CHOCOLATE 35  FOUNTAIN Multi-Tier in Tampa Bay

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4 Hour: $146.00
Daily: $146.00
Weekly: $468.00
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  • THIS CHOCOLATE FOUNTAIN IS A NICE ADDITION TO THE CENTER OF YOUR WEDDING OR PARTY
  • UNIT WEIGHT 85 LBS.
  • LARGE FOUNTAIN SERVES FROM 30 GUESTS TO 250 GUESTS
  • 15 Lbs. Chocolate will serve up to: 120 GUESTS
  • 22 Lbs. Chocolate will serve up to: 250 GUESTS
  • REQUIRES 15 Lbs. of chocolate to operate
  • Basic Proportions of Oil and Chocolate
  • Plain old supermarket chocolate chips are usually the most cost-effective option for semi-sweet chocolate, but unfortunately, they re also pretty thick when they re melted. For 15 lbs of chocolate you will need:
  • 20: of the standard 12-ounce bags adds up to approximately 15 pounds of chocolate, and a basic chocolate fountain recipe might specify up to 8 cups of oil for that much chocolate.
  • If you re using higher-quality bar chocolate or baking chocolate, those usually contain more cocoa butter than chocolate chips, and they ll be thinner when they re melted. That means they often don t need as much oil to make them flow properly. Start with about 1/3 cup of oil for every pound of chocolate, and then increase the quantity slowly until it s just slightly thicker than heavy cream.
  • Melting the Chocolate:
  • The instructions that come with your fondue machine will usually call for the chocolate to be melted and mixed ahead of time. The unit has a heater built in to keep the chocolate warm enough to flow, but it s not strong enough to melt the chocolate in any kind of reasonable time frame. Instead, you ll pour already-melted chocolate into the unit s main reservoir.
  • *You can melt the chocolate in a bowl at half-power in your microwave. Measure the chocolate and oil into a microwaveable mixing bowl, and stir it every 20 to 30 seconds as it melts. When it s nearly done and just a few lumps remain, take it out and stir it as the retained heat finishes melting the chocolate. This reduces the risk of scorching the chocolate.
  • You can also melt the chocolate on your stovetop or over a double boiler or an open water bath. Make sure the water is just simmering, and not boiling. Stir the oil and chocolate together until they re melted and smooth, taking great care not to splash any water into the chocolate. Water can make the chocolate seize, or harden, and if it does, you won t be able to use it in your fountain.
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