Monday, September 17, 2012

Recipe 38: Asian Fondues

Or how to make it'! lets go or here I go with it... We do in fact got some of them in our cookin... so yeah, lets roll it off with their recipes! This whole recipe is right off the top of ma head/mind really, lets divulgue it out in the open or the public's eyes! Its an "on the spur of the moment" or an "improvised, improvised, improvised" recipe! Enjoy! Hope ya'll like it!

1. Get some green-tea chocolates or mochi-choco, or even some red tea ones, ya choice... or any other Asian candies like or alon the lines of: milk candies.

2. Get the' or drop the' in a cookin tool, then melt the' up with preheated stove (350-75 or even till 450 very hawt)! Add in some milk or cream or sugar if or just in case ya thus or so wish... if not, then nvm....

3. Get it outta thar when its all melted... with a spatula... or a lon spoon...

4. Dip into it some chips or somethin of ya fancy or some veggies or some tofu or some meat like: chicken, fish or anythin really!

5. Even lets put a twist on it: melt some of th' Asian mushrooms or dried fungis or etc... Asian veggies similar to: Asian lettuces & etc... to make it a salty sauce or dip... throw in butter or cream or sugar or not... it'd depend on how ya liek it... XDDD sweet or salty!

6. Throw in or drop in some spices too: like satay or some garlic, curry or etc... or salt it... Basically or technically, just dip or drop into it "anythin ya want", quoted from  or outta the JB's songs "Boyfriend" or "Baby" , I'd trust, put anythin in it from veggies to meats... So lets get to the point here, basically or technically, ya could put anythin ya wish in there or here really! Whats ya impressions of it if or just in case ya sampled it? If not, then would ya? What say ya about it? Just fix it however ya wish it really.

Chinese Fondue 


12 comments:

wyldeflower said...

It looks super yummy..The fondues used to be really popular in the 70s..

idrivethetaxi said...

love fondue but have never tried anything asian.........gonna have to though

ramtastic05 said...

What's the difference between this and soup? It looks very delicious.

Naiwen said...

Well, this is really a "fondue", not a soup... quite frankly here... so yeah, ya could tell the difference between this or that, its kinda spicy, not soo much...

Demonskeith said...

I'm not a Fondue person. Thick cheese doesn't taste well to me.

zoldos said...

Looks pretty darn good!! :)

Daisy said...

I'd like to try this, it looks really yummy.

Naiwen said...

i'd urge ya to, Daisykins! or Daisydear!

Hotspot said...

Looks like an interesting recipe.

BeautifulAngel said...

That looks and sounds delicious! I'm usually not huge on chinese food or fondues but this looks really amazing.

Kaynil Roczuz said...

Reads nice, I I only know the cheesy type of fondues, I guess I gotta try the Asian caramels one, haha. I like them with zucchini.

Naiwen said...

We don't use the' in our fondues, we hate cheeses in fact... but yeah.... XDD