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Quebec City's Fondue Parmesan

If you've ever visited this wonderful little city in North America, you have seen this listed as an appetizer on the menu. Served on a bed of lettuce perhaps with a sweet fruit ketchup, this lovely creamy, crunchy traditional food of Quebec is a snap to make and will be one you'll serve over and over again.

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  • In a sauce pan on the stovetop, melt butter and Add flour and milk stirring until creamy over medium heat.
  • Add egg yolks, one at a time.
  • Stir well.
  • Remove from burner.
  • Add cheese and seasonings.
  • Spread mixture into a 9" x 9" well-greased pan.
  • Freeze until stiff enough to cut into squares.
  • When ready to serve: Beat egg whites; dip squares in egg and then in breadcrumbs and deep fry until golden.
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"If you've ever visited this wonderful little city in North America, you have seen this listed as an appetizer on the menu. Served on a bed of lettuce perhaps with a sweet fruit ketchup, this lovely creamy, crunchy traditional food of Quebec is a snap to make and will be one you'll serve over and over again."
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  1. Gingerbee
    If you've ever visited this wonderful little city in North America, you have seen this listed as an appetizer on the menu. Served on a bed of lettuce perhaps with a sweet fruit ketchup, this lovely creamy, crunchy traditional food of Quebec is a snap to make and will be one you'll serve over and over again.
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