My family always wants me to make this for them! It's so perfect for the Holidays! I put this out on the table with other appetizers and let everyone dip at their own pace.
- Rub inside of fondue pot with garlic.
- Discard garlic.
- Do at stovetop-------------------.
- Add beer to fondue pot and heat until boiling.
- Turn down heat.
- Coat grated cheeses with flour and add to pot.
- Heat slowly.
- At the table------------------.
- Turn on your fondue pot element.
- Put your fondue pot into place.
- Place one cube of bread onto the your fondue spear and dip into Cheese mixture.
- If mixture become too thick, thin it with a little beer by pouring it directly into fondue pot.
Ate a pot of this without much help from anybody. I didn't feel very well afterwards.
very good fondue! if I were to make it again, I think I would tweak the cheese and use more swiss/less cheddar. also, I added a dash of worchestire sauce and a bit of fresh ground pepper...
I followed the directions to a 't,' and mine was still quite stringy. That does NOT mean that we didn't eat the heck out of it, anyway! I did add i chopped green onion to the pot, as well as a few tsps of worcestershire sauce, as well as the hot sauce. I used fat tire beer and served with toasted rosemary seasalt bread cubes, pretezels, and sundried tomato wheat thins sticks. all were very tasty, and next time I think I'll even try apples!