Denis and I have had the most wonderful evenings with friends over our fondue pot. Lots of wine and great conversations. Some evenings lasting 4 or 5 hours. Hope you will all try this recipe and enjoy it as much as we do!
This is the sauce from my Reggae Wraps recipe. After several people asked me to post it separately I gave in. This sauce is great on just about anything but shoe leather! WONDERFUL on ASIAN cuisine, INDIAN dishes, just about anything that is grilled or spicy! Try this on tacos, burritos, grilled meats, seafood or veggies. Hope you enjoy it.
Peanut sauce is one of my favorite yummy things. It's great on just about anything-pasta, pork, chicken. My husband says it would make cardboard taste good! It's very versatile, easy to make and inexpensive.
How can you go wrong with bread and hot melted cheese? This is the actual recipe used at The Melting Pot. It's not exactly a secret since they make it at the table, but our waitress even told me the exact amounts and I wrote them down!
Skewered cut apples chunks, pineapple, banana, cake, marshmallow, or other fruits dipped into a caramel, peanut butter fondue then roll in chopped nuts or toasted coconut after dipping. The amounts of dipping condiments vary because there are light dippers and then there is heavy dippers. Body paints for those Valentines Lovers!!!
The Melting Pot is a fondue place where you can enjoy a delicious, leisurely meal. Unfortunately, it's rather expensive. I found this recipe on another website posted by Uncle Phaedrus. Serve with your choice of uncooked meats and veggies. Let guests cook their choice of meats and veggies in the fondue broth.