The fresh herbs and wine in this fondue add a decadency that masks how simple it is to prepare. Play up this entertaining classic by stirring in luxurious ingredients like fresh lobster, crabmeat, sautéed mushrooms, or spinach. Crisp tart apple slices are good for dipping; you can also use carrot sticks, roasted potato wedges, or bread cubes.
This recipe is excerpted from Big Buy Cooking.
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This turned out really well. I think it's difficult to keep fondue really smooth. But the crowd loved it and I have had multiple requests for the recipe.
We took this to a New Year's party and it was DELICIOUS. Will definitely make again!
Not sure if it was the recipe, or user error. But mind did not look like the picture. The end result was kind of grainy. I would have had a smoother texture by just warming up the cheese over the crostini.
This was excellent. Quite the crowd pleaser.
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