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Fondue Normande (Normandy-Style Fondue)

Fondue Normande (Normandy-Style Fondue) created by breezermom

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.

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directions

  • Remove the cheese rind, cut into pieces.
  • Rub the fondue pot with garlic.
  • Put the pieces of cheese in the fondue pot.
  • Add the cornstarch diluted with warm cider on low heat, stirring constantly until cheese is completely melted and mixture is smooth.
  • Then add salt, pepper and the calvados .
  • Enjoy as you would normal fondue.
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"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."
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  1. breezermom
    Fondue Normande (Normandy-Style Fondue) Created by breezermom
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  2. breezermom
    Fondue Normande (Normandy-Style Fondue) Created by breezermom
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  3. breezermom
    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.
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  4. breezermom
    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.
    Reply
  5. Tea Girl
    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.
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