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!
I adopted this recipe after Mean Chef (IHHDRO) left the site. His original comments were, "A simple party dessert which is a year-round opportunity to use the season's best and ripest fruit." My comments submitted as a review when I first tried it were, "Excellent chocolate fondue. I cut the recipe in half and prepared it with Ghirardelli Semi-sweet chocolate and heavy cream. Hubby and I ate an entire pound of strawberries dipped in this luxury while watching movies tonight." I have made this many times since for just Hubby and I, and for guests. It is a very good chocolate fondue.
A recipe from the Dec/Jan 2k1 issue of Taste of Home. So easy and great fun for the whole family! To remove the marshmallow creme from the jar I use a rubber spatula & the fluff just sticks to it. Otherwise microwaving it for a few seconds at a time might make it release easier.
This is from my NC Cookbook. Submitted by the Duplin Winery of Duplin County. It is a scrumptious fondue dip. The recipe calls for Duplin County wine (Scuppernong or Riesling), but your favorite white wine will do. Serve using bread cubes or veggies.
I think a fondue is a very romantic casual dinner or wonderful for after the theatre snack served with a robust red wine. For dinner serve with rice & a small salad. Almond Rice Pilaf is a great accompaniment (recipe posted separately ) To cook the meat you must first heat your oil - I do this by heating it to almost boiling on the stove and then transfering it to your fondue burner. Buy good quality meat I recommend only using a fillet. Have at least 3 sauces. If you want to serve 4-6 people just increase the meat to 2 lbs there will be enough sauce.These sauce recipes came from "Soup Central"
This is a further selection of Dipping Sauces to be eaten with Imperial Fondue. Two of the sauces are heated on the stove top, and the other briefly utilises the microwave oven. Serve each sauce in a small bowl with a spoon. Guests spoon their sauce of choice, onto their plate, to dip each individual portion of food in.
This is a selection of easily prepared Dipping Sauces to be eaten with Imperial Fondue. Serve each sauce in a small bowl with a spoon. Guests spoon their sauce of choice, onto their plate, to dip each individual portion of food in.
From "Fondue: Great Food To Dip, Dunk, Savor, and Swirl", by Rick Rodgers. My husband makes this and I make the wheat-free bread and we also dip red and green apples. Other dippers could be boneless cooked chicken cubes, cooked garlic sausage or knockwurst, boiled new potatoes, blanched asparagus, broccoli, or cauliflower.
This is a *awesome*,fun recipe that I worked with a tad.It has no cheese,because it has soo much flavor. But ,**You may add cheese,if desired,amount is your choice** I have the perfect Pepperoni breadsticks recipe that would make a great dipper for this fondue. I hope you enjoy! 8)
I first tasted this fondue at a friend's Christmas party about 8-9 years ago. I think just about everyone left that party with a copy of the recipe! I have served this at my own parties many times with great success. I enjoy serving this with strawberries, fresh pineapple chunks, cantaloupe, bananas, and sponge cake as the dippers. This makes enough fondue to partly fill a medium-sized crockpot.