Easy Delicious Caramel Fondue with Morinaga Milk Caramel
When we Japanese think of soft candy available in grocery stores, what comes to many will probably be Morinaga Milk Caramel.
For the unfamiliar, with a long history of over 100 years, the product is one of Japan’s best and most loved caramel treats.
These caramel cubes are so good, packed with delicious flavor. They have a firm texture but melt away in your mouth.
For the rich taste, I recommend using them to make some confection, as I did before.
Caramel Fondue Recipe using Morinaga Milk Caramel
The caramel milk tea tasted so good, so I thought I wanted to make caramel fondue this time with Morinaga Milk Caramel.
Correctly, it is a kind of caramel dip since there was no fondu pot in my house. Below is what the recipe requires.
|Morinaga Milk Caramel||24 pieces (2 packs)|
|Fruit Cuts||A proper amount|
As you can imagine from the list, this caramel fondue recipe from Morinaga’s official site is quite simple.
But that simplicity can bring out the best since Morinaga Milk Caramel is so yummy on its own. Now, here are the cooking instructions.
|1||First, put the caramel cubes (24 pieces) in the pot.|
|2||Then, pour the milk (50 ml).|
|3||Heat the pot over low heat so as not to scorch it, stirring gently.|
|4||Once the cubes dissolve in the milk, turn off the heat.|
|5||Transfer the sauce to a deep plate.|
|6||Now it is ready. Enjoy fruit cuts with the sauce. The combination is fantastic!|