Top-ranked recipe named "CHEDDAR-CHEESE FONDUE"
Try this CHEDDAR-CHEESE FONDUE recipe, or contribute your own. "Desserts" and "Fondue" are two tags used to describe CHEDDAR-CHEESE FONDUE.
"Delicious. My husband doesn't like the taste of typical fondue thats made with wine - so I tried this recipe. Turned out perfect, and he couldn't stop eating it!"- Intelegantblonde
Chunks of crusty French bread, cooked, shelled & deveined shrimp or cooked ham chunks, apple slices, raw broccoli (cut up); etc.
About 30 minutes before serving: In fondue pot or saucepan over low heat, heat half and half, Worcestershire sauce, mustard, and garlic, stirring, until hot but not boiling. Discard garlic.
Meanwhile, in medium bowl, toss cheese with flour. Into hot mixture, with fork or wire whisk, gradually stir cheese. Cook over low heat, stirring constantly, until cheese is melted and mixture is smooth and bubbling. Add salt to taste. (If made in saucepan, pour into fondue pot for serving. Keep hot over low heat on fondue stand.)
Let each person spear chunks of French bread, shrimp, ham chunks, veggies or apple slices on long handled fondue fork and dip in fondue. Makes 4 cups, enough for 6 servings.
When mixture comes in contact with aluminum, it may turn dark but will still be delicious.
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Intelegantblonde 4 years agoDelicious. My husband doesn't like the taste of typical fondue thats made with wine - so I tried this recipe. Turned out perfect, and he couldn't stop eating it!
ChefAvritt 8 years ago[I made edits to this recipe.]
ChefAvritt 8 years ago[I posted this recipe.]