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How To Make Cheese Fondue


Swiss cheese Gruyere cheese Cornstarch Shallots Garlic White wine, I used pinot grigio Ground mustard Salt Bread for dipping

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This cheese fondue recipe is the perfect activity for anyone who you want to spend a special time with. Make this recipe with white wine, Swiss cheese and shallots, and prepare for an incredible time!

Why Fondue At Home?

Forget $100 nights at the Melting Pot! Try making your own version of Cheese Fondue at home for a fraction of the cost (literally, this is such an inexpensive option). If you’re trying to be budget friendly but still want to be fancy, this is the way to go!


Prepare the Cheese: Combine the hand grated cheeses in a large bowl, and add cornstarch to the cheese. Mix to combine.


Prep the Fondue: Heat a fondue pot. Add the olive oil until warmed. Then add garlic and shallots and cook five minutes.


Melt the cheese: Once the shallots are cooked, add the white wine and bring to a boil. Turn the heat to low. Divide the cheese into quarters and add one quarter at a time. 


Add the salt and ground mustard into the cheese, and mix one last time. Use bread to dip into the cheese. Enjoy!


Did you know you can also use your Instant Pot to make cheese fondue?

What to Dip in Cheese Fondue Recipe Bread is a favorite cheese dipping ingredient. French baguette or pretzel buns. Use the slices as dippers. You can also use fresh apples, carrots, pretzels or crackers!

First- after grating your cheese, dust the shredded cheese with cornstarch. Then, add the cheese little by little. Adding all of the cheese at once may cause it to clump up and seize.

How Do I Keep my Fondue from Clumping?

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