Fondue Normande (Normandy-Style Fondue)

Total Time
35mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 15 mins

Fondue is usually associated with Savoy and Switzerland, this brings a great twist on the normal fondue. Normandy is known for its cheeses, and it is very common to eat many of these hot and melted so this is a great mix of different French cuisines.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Remove the cheese rind, cut into pieces.
  2. Rub the fondue pot with garlic.
  3. Put the pieces of cheese in the fondue pot.
  4. Add the cornstarch diluted with warm cider on low heat, stirring constantly until cheese is completely melted and mixture is smooth.
  5. Then add salt, pepper and the calvados .
  6. Enjoy as you would normal fondue.
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My son and I both love "cheese dip" and I told him I'd be making a French one and he'd have to use bread instead of chips.....he was a good sport and went along with the idea. LOL. This fondue has a bit of sweetness, and the crusty baguette is the perfect counterpoint. A bit expensive to do here in the States on a regular basis, but a really great recipe to try during ZWT. Thanks for sharing.