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Fondue is a delicious Swiss cheese melted dish, which is served in a special pot over a portable stove (or can be heated with a candle). The word itself comes from the Latin word “fundere,” which means melt. It became popular in France in the 15th century, and the word fondue was used to refer to melted cheese pudding. Various foods are then dipped into a container. Fondue can be either sweet (melted chocolate) or savory (melted cheese).
First of all, for getting to know tips for using a fondue pot, let’s see which one do you need if you want to prepare melted cheese and chocolate fondues, then you will need a ceramic pot. Before adding the cooked cheese to the fondue pot first off, rub a clove of garlic inside it for added flavor. Heat the fondue on the stove only after which transfer it to the pan. Adding alcohol to the bowl also enhances flavor. Mix the ingredients thoroughly to blend them well.
The key to making a delicious fondue is using the right ingredients. The cheese you will need to make fondue are Swiss cheese, and Gruyere (again type Swiss cheese). For making the right cheese recipe, you will need 2 cups shredded Swiss cheese and 2 Gruyere. Other than that, you will need two tbs of flour, garlic clove, a cup of alcoholic beverage (preferably dry), one tbs of lemon juice and a loaf of French bread cut into 1-inch pieces.
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