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Bacon Tomato Fondue

by Deanna
(Princeton, Il)

Delicious fun fondue. This was a staple at birthday parties growing up. Must try it!

1 brick of Velveeta, cubed
1 can stewed tomatoes
1 package bacon, chopped into 1/2 inch pieces
1 white onion, diced
French bread, cubed

Fry bacon and onion in fondue pot on med-high until bacon is almost crispy.
Add tomatoes and cheese, melt.
Dip bread into fondue.
A family fav.!!!!

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Aug 09, 2012
by: Anonymous

In the interest of the world wide web people - could you please put up weights and measurements and what products are?
If we at least know what products are we can get a substitute in our own country.

Reply by BestFondue:
I'm sorry for the lack of exact weights and measurements in the previous recipe. It was submitted by a fondue fan located in the USA. I'm in Canada, so the following is my best guest at measurements for her ingredients:

Velveeta appears to come in 2 lb bricks (32 oz or 907 g). It's similar to something called "Kraft Cheddar" in Australia. It's a highly processed blend of Colby, Swiss and Cheddar cheeses.

Canned tomatoes come in 14.5 or 28 oz format in Canada... Don't know about the USA. So 429 ml or 796 ml... I would start with the smaller quantity, and increase it, if needed.

Packages of bacon come in 375 g in Canada (0.8 lb). I'm assuming it would be the same size in the USA.

Onion is probably a medium-sized onion.

Hope this helps.

Dec 23, 2009
loved it
by: Anonymous

the kids really love this one, it's easy to make and what can be better than cheese and bacon.

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