Whether you're entertaining friends or having a family dinner, fondue can take you from a tasty appetizer and flavorful main dish to a luscious dessert. All you need is a fondue pot, skewers, and some creative edibles to dip into your melted concoction.
Try all three types of fondue and experience interactive dining at its best.
A mouth-watering mixture of easy-to-melt cheeses, like Gruyere or Edam, blended with a dry,
white wine. The velvety, smooth sauce is perfect for dipping bread cubes or raw vegetables.
A hot-oil mixture in which you cook skewered pieces of raw beef or seafood, then dip the
juicy morsels into one or more savory, seasoned sauces. A lighter version of this fondue uses
heated broth rather than oil.
Combines melted bittersweet or semisweet chocolate with heavy cream, peanut butter, or
coconut. Into this heavenly confection, you can swirl large chunks of brownies, pound cake,
biscotti, or seasonal fresh fruits such as strawberries, bananas, cherries, grapes, or
Before you get started, remember these fondue tips:
- Prepare the fondue on the stovetop first, then transfer the mixture to the fondue pot.
- Remove the dipped morsel from the fondue and place it on your plate.
- Don't try to eat directly from the fondue fork because they can get extremely hot.
- Keep the fondue pot no more than one-third to one-half filled with the melted cheese,
chocolate, or hot oil.
- Protect your tabletop by placing the fondue pot on a sturdy trivet.