Blue Cheese Fondue
This blue cheese fondue recipe brings in the distinctive flavor of French blue cheese to your kitchen. It's not similar to many other traditional recipes for cheese fondue as it contains milk instead of wine.
Are you ready to experiment and try this family cheese fondue recipe? Take out your and follow the instructions below:
Cheese Fondue Recipe for the Whole Family
|1||Clove of Garlic|
|30 ml||(2 tbsp)||Butter|
|450 g||(1 lb)||Blue Cheese, Crumbled|
|30 ml||(2 tbsp)||Flour|
|250 ml||(1 cup)||Milk|
|To Taste||Salt and Pepper|
|15 ml||(1 tbsp)||Sour Cream|
|Dippers: crusty bread, toast, vegetables, cooked ham, cooked sausage, etc.|
1. Cut the clove of garlic in half and rub each half inside the fondue pot. Discard the garlic when done.
2. Turn on the burner on low and melt the butter in the .
3. Add the flour and milk and mix well.
4. Add the cheese one hand full at a time. Increase the temperature a little.
5. With a wooden spoon, mix well and stir regularly. Don't let the mixture come to a boil.
6. Add salt, pepper and nutmeg to taste.
7. When the fondue is hot enough (but not boiling), add the sour cream, mix well and serve.
8. Dip your pieces of bread and other dippers into the delicious melted blue cheese.
9. Enjoy and repeat. Keep stirring the cheese to make sure it doesn't burn at the bottom.
Pot for Your Blue Cheese Fondue
If you don't already have a fondue pot for this fondue recipe, you may want to consider getting a versatile, 3 in 1, fondue pot that you can use for chocolate fondue, cheese fondue and meat fondue in either hot oil or broth.
I recommend the shown on the right (North American model). It's electric so you won't need to buy or worry about running out of fondue fuel.
Buy the now!
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