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i used an electric wok since i didn't have fondue pots. Unbelievably yummy and healthy too. We added medium size scallops, slices of fresh tuna, thinly sliced lean beef, and bok chow to the list of ingredients. My guests loved the variety of meats and vegetables. Definite a five star recipe

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jconne January 26, 2010

This is a fabulous dish!! It is so much fun to do and is great way to socialise around the dinner table, that is also so novel. I bought my mum these at the table cookers for Crimbo so I borrowed one to do this recipe.. I am so glad I did we loved it and it is so good with all the different dipping sauces. I used chicken, beef, salmon, perch and prawns to cook in the broth and they were all just so good.. I also just added the spinach and cabbage into the broth as the pan was quite a large capacity. I cooked the noodles on the stove top and then put them in a bowl on the table, which we just kept adding to the pot to warm them through for about a minute.. My son loved all the dipping sauces and the noodles to accompany. It was such a great success and worked so well that we are planning to do this again at my mums with about 18 people and have all three cookers going. I can't wait as I am sure our guests will love this.. It is so simple to do and it is just so yummy and really does make for such a relaxing fun dinner party. If you have a fondue set or an at the table cooker I would highly recommend trying this and the great thing is you can decide to cook just about what ever you want. A fabo recipe Heydarl and one I have saved to use many time over..

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