By chicago gillott-i on February 25, 2008
Photo by megs_
Photo by megs_
"a very simple fondue recipe shared by the melting pot on an early morning talk show!"
Serving Size: 1 (76 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 3
"I have a electric fondue pot so I made a few changes.. I did 1 cup beef broth, and 8 oz sharp cheddar it was PERFECT!! I left out the mustard and added 1 clove of garlic that i chopped up with a knife.. I will be making this often."
"I made this today as a test run for the Fondue party I am hosting next weekend. I LOVE IT!! It is delicious! I used beef broth, and just kept adding shredded cheddar untill the consistency was what I wanted."
"My husband and I love the Melting Pot and this cheese fondue tasted exactly like theirs. It was fabulous! We used 8 oz of colby/monterrey jack cheese and it was perfect!"
"This is great fondue! Sorry I don't have a better picture, we dug into it pretty quick. :) We made this for our Christmas Eve dinner. I used 4 oz of smoked sharp cheddar and 4 oz of vermont white cheddar. I do wish the recipe said how much cheese to use, as I wasn't quite sure. It was delish though and we enjoyed it most with bread. Thank you so much for sharing!"
"Very yummy. I doubled this so it would serve 4 people and it was perfect!! We used apples, carrots, cauliflower, and bread to dip."
"This cheese dip is great. I use 2 8 oz blocks of cheese and garlic from a jar. I also tear up pieces of rye bread to dip into the cheese along with apple pieces. It is a favorite in my family. Very simple and fast. It doesn't taste the same if you buy the cheese already shredded though."
"It really does taste exactly like it does at the Melting Pot. We used 1 bag of chedder and 2 bags of Monteray Jack/Colby mix. Each bag is 8 ounces or 2 cups. We doubled the recipe. We used the beer like they do at the Melting Pot. Oh and whoever said shredded tastes different it doesnt lol thats what we used"
"Very easy to do and we had it for Christmas and New Years... We found that the Tilnook Sharp Cheddar and Honey Maple Brown Ale worked beautiful (used a pound and increased the beer to 8 oz)."