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Classic Cheese Fondue ( match)
Type: Appetizers

The traditional fondue, this is the style that you will find on most classic menus. While the wine gives it a distinct flavor, see our note below on making it alcohol-free.

Pesto Cheese Fondue ( match)
Type: Appetizers

This Italian twist makes a beautiful presentation, thanks to the bright green pesto.

Cheddar, Onion, Apple & Hard Cider Fondue ( match)
Type: Appetizers

A pub-style fondue, this is a Cuisinart kitchen favorite, especially when paired with soft pretzels.

Brie & Mushroom Fondue ( match)
Type: Appetizers

Chilling the Brie beforehand is key to cutting off the rind. Some can be removed more easily than other rinds, so be patient.

Southwest Salsa Fondue ( match)
Type: Appetizers

This fondue is for those queso dip lovers. It is perfect with a big bowl of hearty tortilla chips.

Crab Cake Fondue ( match)
Type: Appetizers

Because crab is the star of this fondue, be sure to buy the best crabmeat possible – it makes a world of difference!

Bagna Cauda ( match)
Type: Entrees

A delicious sauce for dipping vegetables and bread that originated in Piedmont, Italy – perfect served as an appetizer course.

Seafood Bouillabaisse Fondue ( match)
Type: Entrees

Pour yourself a glass of crisp, white wine and enjoy this delicious “fondue” during the summer months. Not a drop will be left by the end of the night!

Chicken Stock with Star Anise Fondue ( match)
Type: Entrees

With only a couple of ingredients, the star anise really stands out.

Scallion & Ginger Scented Beef Broth ( match)
Type: Entrees

The Asian flavors of the broth transfer perfectly to the meats and vegetables. Pair with sauces below for a complete meal.

Fried Seafood & Vegetable Fondue ( match)
Type: Entrees

Make sure all foods being dipped into the oil are completely dry, otherwise the oil will spatter. Invest in a deep fat/candy thermometer to monitor the temperature of the oil to be sure you do not saturate or burn your foods.

Chocolate Fondue ( match)
Type: Desserts

Everything goes well when dipped in chocolate pretzels, cake, brownies or fruit. You can even drizzle over ice cream if there is any left over.

Chocolate Raspberry Fondue ( match)
Type: Desserts

A twist on the standard chocolate – you can use any fruit purée in place of the raspberry.

White Chocolate Fondue ( match)
Type: Desserts

White chocolate leans on the sweeter side, so pairing with more salty or tart items seems to work best, such as pretzels and green apples.

Butter Caramel Fondue ( match)
Type: Desserts

Like the chocolate fondue, any leftover can either be reheated the following day, or drizzled over a bowl of ice cream.

Asian Peanut Sauce ( match)
Type: Sauces and Dressings

Any type of peanut butter will work for this recipe – natural, or processed; creamy or chunky.  Use your favorite!

Wasabi Ginger Sauce ( match)
Type: Sauces and Dressings

If you want this to be a bit spicier, up the wasabi paste to your desired taste.

Spinach Dipping Sauce ( match)
Type: Sauces and Dressings

To save time, you can defrost your chopped spinach in the refrigerator overnight (be sure to place on a rimmed plate or in a bowl, for it will release liquid and condensation).

Sundried Tomato & Roasted Red Pepper Dip ( match)
Type: Sauces and Dressings

Very rich and packed with flavor, this dip is also great with crudités.

Olive Tapenade Aïoli ( match)
Type: Sauces and Dressings

In addition to being used as a side sauce for the fondue, this can also be spread on crostini, or used to jazz up a simple grilled cheese and tomato sandwich.

Tzatziki Sauce ( match)
Type: Sauces and Dressings

Everyone has their own version of this sauce.  Ours is very simple, but is the perfect accompaniment to our seafood fondue.


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